Star Shipping arranges for the sea freight and inland transportation of the shipment from Karachi Port to Islamabad City
Star Shipping, Globalia member in Karachi, Pakistan, recently moved an OOG cargo from Karachi Port to Islamabad City. The oversized shipment was first moved by sea freight from Karachi Port and then delivered to the destination in Islamabad City via triple tandem conventional low bed trailer.
The shipment comprised of delicate and point-load cargo inside wooded boxes which demanded extraordinary care during transit. Moreover, Star Shipping provided customized heavy hauler low-bed trailers for safest delivery.
As stated by Muhammad Kamran, the Director of Star Shipping, “For years we have been providing economic and practical logistics solutions for clients in the country and beyond. This was a tricky shipment that required considerable care and meticulousness on the part of our team. Every shipment we handle and deliver, tells the story of our expertise and work ethics.”
Congratulations to Globalia Karachi and the best for their future projects!
The shipment that consisted of 747 coils of steel rods was transported from the Port of Barranquilla, Colombia, to Puerto Cabello, Venezuela
North Carga SAS, Globalia member in Bogota, Colombia, has carried out the timely transportation of 747 coils of steel rods with a net weight of 1,553 tonnes. They moved the shipment via sea freight from the Port of Barranquilla, Colombia, to the Port of Cabello in Venezuela. Each of the coils had an external diameter of 1.22 m and a length of 1.93 m and weighed between 1,930 to 2,000 Kg.
To quote Ms. Vivian Trujillo, the Sales Manager of North Carga SAS, “One of the most challenging aspects of this shipment was having the cargo ready for the same arrival date as the motor ship. This is because if the motor ship waits and the cargo arrives late, then, it results in delays at the origin with the shipping line. Therefore, we had to ensure loading this enormous volume of cargo on the motor ship on time.”
“Moreover, we had to take special care not to miss the departure since it was a re-embarkation and the demurrage rate was 17,500 USD. By not missing the departure, our team managed to avoid delays, apprehension, and sanction,” continues Mr. Trujillo.
Congratulations to Globalia Bogota for successfully pulling off this difficult shipment!
The IMS certification to recognize international standards by Bureau Veritas will enable their company to augment their reputation and manage risks efficiently
Baj Freight and Logistics Ltd, Globalia member in Tema and Accra, Ghana, has recently garnered the IMS (Integrated Management System) certification. The IMS certification will provide their company with a recognizable demonstration of their commitment to reliability, sustainability and excellence. “For our company this is a major milestone. It marks the beginning for many great achievements to come,” says Mr. Ishmael Oduro-Marfo, Special Project Co-ordinator of Baj Freight.
In other words, the IMS certification will boost the prestige and trustworthiness of Baj Freight making them one of the top players in the freight forwarding sector. “Firstly, I want to thank all our clients whom we always see as our partners. This achievement will demonstrate our potential clients that we put their interests first. Most importantly, the IMS certification will truly exemplify our tag line- Fast, Safe, Simple… The BAJ way!” adds Mr. Oduro-Marfo.
Congratulations to Baj Freight and wishing them the best for their future endeavours!