Globalia Maputo/Beira ventures into oil and gas services

The oil and gas services of Globalia member in Maputo/ Beira includes vessel supply, staff training and much more

RBG Africa Logistics, a company specializing in ship and cargo related services for containers, break-bulk, Ro-Ro and project cargo for shipments, has now ventured into the field of Oil & Gas. Africa Logistics’ extensive experience in the Mozambican business coupled with its strong network of partners and expertise in the maritime industry has a huge potential to strengthen its position in the extremely fast-growing Oil & Gas Services industry in Mozambique. In 2011, off the coast of Mozambique, one of the largest gas fields in the world was discovered, with up to 15 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in place. It is expected that exploration of the field will commence the coming years.

RBG Oil and Gas is offering oil and gas operations along with a wide range of marine and offshore services to support their exploration, development and production requirements. In the words of Gilles Verlé, Sales & Marketing Manager, of Royal Burger Group, “The Port of Beira is a perfect Gateway Port for Central African countries such as Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Southern part of DRC Congo; it is also referred to as “The Beira Corridor”. We are already using this trade lane for handling raw tobacco leaf shipments originating out of these countries.”
Mr Gilles Verlé has further added: “Our oil and gas services include- vessel supply, solid and liquid waste management and staff training. We ensure that the highest standards of quality and safety are maintained in our operations which would enable us to offer all sorts of tailor-made solutions for any offshore demands of our clients.”
 
RBG Africa Logistics and Burger Logistics are presently collaborating with many Globalia members. As Mr. Gilles Verlé says, “In 2017 we received in total 31 quote inquiries from various Globalia members around the globe and have also sent out quite a few to various Globalia members from our side.”
 
Hearty congratulations to RBG Africa Logistics on all their future endeavours.

Exclusive Network draws a crowd – UK HAULIER

Limerick, Ireland, 02/11/2016- Since its launch as the newest freight forwarder network on the block just two months ago, Globalia Logistics Network has been inundated with applications for membership and visits to its website (www.globalialogisticsnetwork.com).

“The response is as we expected; there are a lot of companies out there that want exclusivity in their city, financially secure partners and a network team that will support them on a daily basis,” said Antonio Torres, founder of Globalia Logistics Network, “We are receiving dozens of applications daily and due to our rigorous selection process, only 1/10 applications is making it through to the second stage, the auditing by DUN & BRADSTREET.”

He continued, “Some might say that 1/10 isn’t very many to be passing the application process and they would be right, it isn’t. However, what it does mean is that our network has only the most financially stable and secure companies as members. The financial risks of working with our members is almost non-existent.”

Globalia Logistics Network is just the second network to offer this kind of financial scrutiny of its members and thus security for its members. The other being Conqueror Freight Network which was also founded by Mr Torres. “Conqueror was reaching capacity and the only way for other professional forwarders to get the same benefits was to launch another network, a clone of Conqueror,” he said.

“In the past six years, since we launched Conqueror, not a single new network has come out offering the level of benefits or scrutiny of its applicants that we do. Most of the networks out there just want to take a membership fee in exchange for a phone book of members; no marketing tools, no dedicated PR team promoting both within and outside the network, I could go on,” explained Antonio.

“You would be forgiven for asking why freight forwarders are joining these networks and the truth is that as the multinationals gain 1% of the market annually, forwarders have little choice but to work together even if that means taking a risk in joining a such network,” continued Antonio Torres.

“Those who successfully pass the membership process will enjoy 6 months’ free membership. When that time is up, agents should know whether or not the network is working for them. It can’t be more transparent than that,” said Membership Development Manager, Francisco Perez.

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New Globalia Forwarder Network accepts only top flight operators – SHIPPING GAZETTE

The Conqueror Freight Network has set up the ‘Globalia Logistics Network”, which will be open exclusively to “first class” freight forwarders in each air and seaport location. Applicants for Globalia will undergo a rigorous selection process including external auditing. The one in 10 applicants accepted will enjoy six months’ membership for free, reports London’s Air Cargo News.

 Globalia founder Antonio Torres explained the importance of networks for independent forwarders: “With the multinationals taking more and more of their business daily, independent forwarders find themselves in a cooperate or die situation which rogue network operators are exploiting.

“In the last decade, the majority of the emerging networks have only been interested in one thing; collecting a membership fee. None offer the rigorous selection process we do, none offer the financial security we do and none offer the daily support and amount of quality complimentary marketing tools we do.

“Some might say that what we are launching is not new, and they would be right. We are offering the same opportunities as Conqueror but for a new group of first class companies, allowing them to work with the same calibre of agents as themselves worldwide.”

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Globalia Logistics Network inundated with membership applications – ACW

Globalia Logistics Network has been inundated with applications for membership with just one in 10 making the grade, two months since its launch.

The freight forwarding network was founded by Antonio Torres, six years after launching Conqueror Freight Network, which had reached capacity, so he launched Globalia, to be a clone of Conqueror.

Torres says Globalia has been receiving dozens of applications and only one in 10 have made it through to the second stage, the auditing by Dun & Bradstreet.

He says: “Some might say that 1/10 isn’t very many to be passing the application process and they would be right, it isn’t. However, what it does mean is that our network has only the most financially stable and secure companies as members. The financial risks of working with our members is almost non-existent.”

Membership development manager, Francisco Perez adds: “Those who successfully pass the membership process will enjoy six months’ free membership. When that time is up, agents should know whether or not the network is working for them. It can’t be more transparent than that.”

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Globalia Logistics Network starts accepting applications – ACW

Applications for membership have begun being accepted for Globalia Logistics Network, which describes itself as “an exclusive network accepting only the highest calibre freight forwarders in each key air/seaport worldwide”.

Globalia applicants will undergo a tough selection process including external auditing and those accepted will enjoy the first six months free. The new network was founded by Antonio Torres, who launched Conqueror Freight Network seven years ago.

Torres says: “Because of the unique nature of Conqueror, the amount of interest in membership is still unprecedented and in truth, there is simply not enough room to accommodate every qualifying company, so, I felt it was right to give more agents the opportunity to enjoy the same benefits through a new network.”

He adds: “Some might say that what we are launching is not new, and they would be right. We are offering the same opportunities as Conqueror but for a new group of first class companies, allowing them to work with the same calibre of agents as themselves worldwide.” 

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