Enatrans Logistics exceeds 30% increase in its gross revenues in 2019

Their cooperation with several Globalia members has largely contributed to their growth in profit

Enatrans Logistics, a Globalia member in Izmir, Turkey, has successfully surpassed their target of increasing their income by 33% in 2019 and is expecting to achieve similar levels this year. They believe joining the Globalia network has greatly contributed to their success.

Since the start of the membership, they have cooperated with Globalia agents in Sydney (Australia), Chittagong (Bangladesh), and Alexandria (Egypt) on a number of important shipments. “We have recently cooperated with PCFS – Globalia member in Sydney – by shipping 3 x 20 DC shipments from Izmir to Sydney Port. This shipment which consists of marble slabs is still being moved and the business is expected to carry on for the next few months.” Mr. Ercan Sahin, the Director of Enatrans states.

Additionally, they have also shipped 6×20 DC containers of marble blocks from Turkey to Bangladesh with the assistance and collaboration of Globalia Chittagong – Silk Container Lines. “Enatrans is very glad to be a part of such a strong network. Joining Globalia has been the right decision since the very beginning as it has enabled us to work on new shipments and collaborative operations with network members. I am very satisfied to have worked with these 3 network members none of whom has given us a cause to complain!”

Congratulations to Enatrans and wishing them the very best for their future projects!

The power of teamwork among Globalia members

GFS Logistics carries out several cooperation shipments with other Globalia members as a result of all the networking activities during Globalia’s 2’nd Annual Meeting

Since Globalia’s 2nd Annual Meeting in Kuala Lumpur two months ago, Globalia Marseille, France, has carried out several air and sea operations in collaboration with other Globalia members from several countries.

Zino Madi, the Sales Manager of GFS Logistics has commented that: “The one-to-one meetings which were held during the conference greatly helped us in cementing the partnership ties with other Globalia members and these shipments are largely the result of enhanced mutual cooperation within the network.”

The cargoes which consisted of medical equipment, car perfumes, flexible tanks and spare parts were sent out from various cities in France such as Paris, Le Havre, Lyon, Marseille, and Toulouse, to Boston, Buenos Aires, Kuala Lumpur, Mendoza, and Frankfurt.

The Sales Manager of GFS is extremely delighted with the results of these successful shipments. In his own words, “I would like to extend my thanks to Globalia members in Myanmar, Kuala Lumpur, Chicago and Buenos Aires for placing their trust in us and for their wonderful coordination. It feels really great to be a part of Globalia Logistics Network!”

Congratulations to GFS Logistics and wishing them the very best for their future projects!

New brand user friendly website for Globalia Tunis

The new website of Scoop Cargo is sure to enhance the user experience 

Scoop Cargo, Globalia member in Tunis, Tunisia has recently revamped their website and come up with a new and improved design which will definitely enhance their customer’s experience. The new website contains updated info about their company along with detailed description of their activities and services.

In the words of Mr. Cherif Haj Slimane, Managing Director of Scoop Cargo “We fully understand the fact that a good website with well organized content always has a positive impact on the visitors and even greatly increases the number of visitors. This is precisely why we invested on a new smartphone compatible website which comes with all the details about our organization.”

We invite all members to check out Scoop Cargo’s website!

Globalia Sydney acquires HACCP Australian Certification

HACCP Australian Certification is the globally recognised process control system which helps organisations in the food and beverage industry identify their food safety risks, prevent food safety hazards and address legal compliance

HACCP Certification_GLB SydneyPauls Customs & Forwarding Solutions PTY LTD, our Globalia member in Sydney, Australia, has acquired full HACCP Australian Certification (Codex Alimentarius Alinorm 97/13A) pertaining to the “Warehousing and Storage of Shelf Stable Products” on the 24th of April 2018.

More and more Australia’s leading food businesses (retail, service,and manufacturing) now demand that their partners have a HACCP-based food safety programme in place. Many also require non-food products and services to be compatible with their HACCP programme.

That is why Paul Petrovski, Managing Director of Pauls Customs & Forwarding Solutions, declared that: “We are very proud to add this accreditation to our portfolio which has allowed our team to establish itself as a reliable partner for food businesses in Australia. I hope this would bolster the confidence of our clients and partners in our capability as one of the most competent freight forwarders in Sydney.”

Congratulations to PCFS for getting the HACCP Certification!

Globalia Doha successfully handles two bulk DG shipments from ports in India and Oman to Qatar

The dangerous goods shipments consisted of paint and related chemicals

Western Gulf Agency has recently handled two bulk DG shipments last week, which were transported from the Ngava Sheva Port, India and Sohar Port, Oman to Hamad Port in Qatar. After unloading the shipments with a forklift at the Hamad Port, they were moved to the consignee site by trailers.

In the words of Ahmad Al Hashimi, CEO of Western Gulf Agency, “Moving this bulk shipment of paint and chemicals had been a challenging task which was perfectly handled without the slightest hitch. I would like to thank all my team members for their consistent effort which allowed us to move the shipments professionally.”

Globalia London carries out the delivery of a special pre-historic discovery of human remains

Yes 2 Ship also took charge of arranging for urgent customs clearance of this shipment

Globalia member in London, Yes 2 Ship, saved the day on Tuesday of this week when they were called upon by University College London (UCL) to assist in the urgent Customs Clearance and direct drive delivery of a very special pre-historic discovery of human remains found in a remote area of Southern Sudan.

UCL is the leading worldwide player in the mapping of mankind’s DNA and having discovered a “pre-historic” skeleton they needed help from Yes 2 Ship’s government contacts to obtain customs clearance with virtually no paperwork of these priceless artefacts.

Prior to Yes 2 Ship’s involvement, the shipment was stuck in London Customs for over 14 days with little chance of being resolved. However, this issue was sorted within just 3 hours and delivered personally to UCL by Yes 2 Ship’s Globalia Manager Charlie West. The “Pre-Historic Skelton” is in the UK to be DNA tested and may prove to be the missing link in mankind’s move from nomadic African hunter-gatherers to those who first ventured to what is now the modern Middle East and Europe.

In the words of Ian West, Managing Director of Yes 2 Ship Ltd “Although Yes 2 Ship has moved everything from artwork by Van Gogh to Gold Bullion, this shipment consisting of the irreplaceable missing link from everyone’s “family tree” has been our most significant move to date.”

Congratulations to Yes 2 Ship for the successful delivery of this special shipment!

All set for the Globalia 2nd Annual Meeting

Globalia agents are getting ready to fly to Kuala Lumpur to attend the 2’nd Globalia Logistics Annual Meeting at the Intercontinental Hotel from the 9th to the 11th May

After the success of Globalia’s 1st Annual Meeting, this year Globalia agents from more than 60 countries who would arrive at the Intercontinental Hotel to meet face to face with their fellow agents and potential partners. After completing the formality of onsite registration, the agents along with their spouses will be attending the welcome cocktail reception. On the 10th of May, the participants will be attending the official opening and presentation ceremony which would be presided over by Globalia President and Founder Antonio Torres.
Kuala Lumpur
Fostering the development of a spirit of mutual cooperation between members is the core agenda of the meeting which is why Globalia allows each agent to book up to 22 one-to-one meetings with their current and potential partners in course of the 2 days of the meeting. Over 2000 meetings have been already scheduled by agents with other members within the network. The 3 days of the conference would give the members a platform to effectively promote their individual businesses, appreciate the quality of other Globalia agents and create lasting ties with fellow members which would eventually lead to a greater business volume.
The Gala Dinner on the 2nd evening of the conference would give the attendees a chance to indulge in merrymaking and allow them to foster the networking ties in a more informal setting. All the agents and their spouses will be treated at one of the finest restaurants in the city where they will experience a scrumptious dining experience followed by a little fun time with other members. On the 3rd day, there will be another tight session of one-to-one meetings after which the conference will be officially closed.
After attending Globalia’s 1st Annual Meeting, the representative of Columbia Transport SRL, Globalia Milan commented that: “We highly appreciate the professionalism shown by the Globalia team in the organization of the Annual Meeting. We are delighted with the coverage that the network has reached within a year, the quality of its members, the payment protection plan and of course the port exclusivity of the members. We hope to know our partners better at the next Annual Globalia Meeting.” It goes without saying that Globalia’s 2nd Annual Meeting is going to be even more successful than last year and we sincerely hope that the networking opportunities turn out to be highly productive for all our agents.  


The Globalia Newsletter for September is now ready!

The September Edition of the Globalia Newsletter has just been published

All the information regarding Globalia’s 2nd Annual Meeting can be found, as well as very interesting news and interviews from fellow members or cities needing coverage. Additionally, it is also possible to discover how Globalia has reached coverage in more than 100 countries.

Check it out here!

Globalia Logistics Network begins operations – AJOT

Limerick, Ireland – The industry’s newest exclusive freight forwarder network Globalia Logistics Network begins operations today with 52 member companies in 74 cities across 56 countries.

“We are really pleased to be launching today with this exceptional group of founding companies. Each has successfully gone through our strict selection process and been audited and approved by Dun & Bradstreet,” explained Founder Antonio Torres.

“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. Like it, we offer each member exclusivity in their city, operating in delimited territories with no overlapping and therefore no competition,” explained Mr Torres.

Globalia Logistics Network was set up in response to the unprecedented demand for membership of Conqueror Freight Network, Antonio Torres’ first freight forwarder network founded back 2010.

“As you can see from our numbers, we still have some way to go to be the same as Conqueror but we have made a good start; size is not everything, the main priority for every network should be the quality of its membership, not the size of it,” he emphasised.

Globalia Logistics Network’s launch comes at the end of a significant year for the industry where freight forwarders experienced many challenges including cargo delays caused by the collapse of the Korean shipper Hanjin, new SOLAS regulations and Brexit causing a drop-in sterling which benefited multinationals not independents to name just a few.

“It is more important than ever for freight forwarders to come together and be part of a network; it’s lonely out there for companies when they face challenges at every turn. Networks should be offering support and assistance to their members and I am proud to say that Globalia and my team will be offering members assistance every which way we can,” Mr Torres said.

Antonio Torres invites interested agents to get in touch. “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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New Freight Forwarder Network forms to take on multinationals – TT

A new industry group called the Globalia Logistics Network has been formed to align independent freight forwarders to compete with large multinational logistics providers.

The association is accepting applications for membership from ocean and airfreight forwarders. It plans to accept one agent from seaports and airports in 26 U.S. states.

“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,” founder Antonio Torres said. “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.”

Globalia investigates the forwarders’ employees, facilities, vehicles, services, business volume, insurance policies and its accreditations, the company said.

“[Applicants] provide financial data for the previous two years and this is forwarded on to Dun & Bradstreet, an extremely reputable third-party auditor. They will review the companies’ financial history and its current status, looking for any anomalies as well as any countrywide issues,” said spokeswoman Anna Barton, who added that nine out of 10 applicants are rejected.

Aside from the United States, the freight network plans to have members in more than 100 countries across North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Oceania region in the Pacific Ocean.

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