Globalia members in Taipei, Miami and Santiago moves an inflammable dangerous cargo from Taiwan to Chile
Marine Land Air Transportation Co.Ltd, Globalia member in Taipei, Taiwan, Delta Line Intl, Globalia member in Miami, USA, and K&C Asesorias S.P.A, Globalia member in Santiago, Chile, collaborated to move an air freight shipment. It was an unique instance of teamwork that resulted in the transportation of 4970 kg of resin solution (UN no 1866) from Taipei to Santiago.
Marine Land Air Transportation moved the first leg of the cargo from Taipei to Miami, “following which Delta Line International took over the charge of the shipment. Lastly, K&C Asesorias was responsible for importing the shipment to Santiago and make the final delivery,” explains Mr. Chris Chang, the Executive Director of Globalia Taipei.
The shipment which had dimensions of 117 x 117 x 100 cm was moved in six pallets although no other special equipment was required to move the cargo. “This has been a fantastic instance of successful collaboration between three expert logistics service providers,” adds Mr. Chang. “Working together with our fellow Globalia members allows us to share resources, knowledge, and expertise, that results in improved efficiency for all parties involved.”
Congratulations to Globalia Taipei, Santiago and Miami for this successful cooperation!
The Maritime Standard Award is one of the most notable logistics events that brings together the industry’s important decision-makers from across the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent
Globalia Logistics Network has entered into a media partnership with The Maritime Standard Award, an industry-defining event in the transportation and logistics sector of the Middle East and India. The award ceremony will take place at The Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, on Tuesday, 15th of November. Some of the most important policy setters and decision-makers from across the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent will attend this prestigious event.
The day after the awards, November 16th, TMS will hold its annual Tanker Conference, with a stellar line of speakers already confirmed. Attendees will include representatives from all of the major tanker owners and operators, many of whom will also attend the Awards.
TMS will give out the awards in 29 different categories. Clive Woodbridge the Editor of The Maritime Standard, will chair the panel of judges. Additionally, the other members of the judging panel, are also experienced leaders in their respective fields. These judges who will come from across the regions will independently assess the nominations and submit marks based on predetermined criteria to ensure a transparent and fair process.
For further information about the award click on the following link: www.tmsawards.com