Globalia Lahore welcomes a new team member to their sales and operations department

They have also celebrated their 3rd Anniversary last 25th of June, 2018

Globalia member in Lahore, which has turned 3 years last 25th June, has been joined by a new member, Ms. Farah, who has been working in their Sales and Operations department from the 1st of July. Farah, who has experience in the logistics industry, is sure to provide Logistics Inn with lots of new insights in this field.

Logistics_Inn_Globalia_LahoreIn the words of Muhammad Mushtaq, Managing Partner of Globalia Lahore: “Presently, Logistics Inn is experiencing incredible momentum in the market. Last year, we started offering customs brokerage and freight forwarding services to our customers and partners at Karachi and Islamabad. This year, we are pleased to welcome a new teammate who will enhance the Sales and Operations department of Logistics Inn and will certainly improve our proficient logistics management services.”

Logistics Inn, which started as a customs brokerage agent at the Lahore Airport and has now become one of the leading logistics service providers of the city, is confident in the new staff’s abilities and is looking forward to working with her.

We wish Globalia member in Lahore the very best for all their future endeavours!

Globalia member in Manila and Cebu carries out the successful delivery of a gigantic boiler

Gateway Logistics Inc. once again proves their capacity as a top logistics service provider by transporting a huge shipment from China to Philippines

The oversized boiler was transported by Gateway Logistics from the supplier in China to San Miguel Foods Inc. plant located at Davao del Sur, Philippines. They were in charge of handling the shipments along with customs clearance, delivery and setting of the cargo.

In the words of Jonas T. Ventura, Marketing & Operations Manager of Gateway Logistics Inc., “Yet another successful delivery of an oversized cargo has tremendously boosted the confidence level of our team. Clients can totally rely on us for handling project shipments of all kind, customs clearance and use of special equipment for delivery and setting to the designated site.”


 

Globalia wishes the very best to Gateway Logistics Inc for yet another accomplishment!

Taking a look at the world of dangerous goods storage

Our GLOBALIA member in Sydney has been stocking up dangerous goods in its storage site since 2014

Since their inception in 2002, GLOBALIA Sydney – Paul’s Customs & Forwarding Solutions has grown and evolved to become one of Australia’s leading boutique logistics providers, specialising in total fulfilment solutions.

Based in Botany, New South Wales, and within 1km of Australia’s largest sea and air ports, PCFS operates a 5000sqm bonded warehouse facility, along with an extensive fleet of company-owned vehicles.

PCFS is D.G-licensed to store Class 2, 3, 5, 6 & 8 as packaged products.

By deploying leading technology and facilities, PCFS is able to handle dangerous goods and material for the following classes:

“This is a value-added service we offer our customers who don’t operate their own warehouse facilities, and who choose to use our 3PL D.G handling services as a distribution arm of their own operations” says Paul Petrovski, Managing Director.

However, this is not an easy task that just any agent can handle, it requires professionalism and especially attentive service. “We need to follow strict guidelines for labelling and documentation in accordance with Australian and international standards. Regulatory audits are conducted on a quarterly basis to ensure compliance across all of our designated categories”, Paul Petrovski adds.

PCFS hold stock on a daily basis for their customers, one such stock being pool chlorine. Held as overflow for their client’s warehouse, the chlorine is class 5.1 and packaged in 10kg pails, at approximately 78 – 80 pails per pallet. An especially large volume of the product is stored coming into spring/summer, as you might expect.


Globalia Logistics Network begins operations – AIR CARGO WEEK

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Globalia Logistics Network has begun operations today (Wednesday 15 December) with 52 member companies in 74 cities across 56 countries. The network was founded by Antonio Torres in response to the demands for membership of Conqueror Freight Network, his first freight forwarder network founded in 2010.

Globalia says its launch comes at the end of a challenging year for freight forwarders including the collapse of the Korean shipper Hanjin, new SOLAS regulations, and Brexit devaluing the pound sterling, which it says benefitted multinationals but not independents.

Torres says applicants were subjected to a strict selection process, explaining: “I truly believe that the only way to really know whether a company is financially stable is through a third-party examination which only 10% of applicants pass. I carry out the same application process in my other network CONQUEROR.”

He adds: “We would welcome applications from those companies who although not the largest in their city, are the most secure, professional and knowledgeable; especially those whose current network isn’t working for them.”

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