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Interview with Arturo Chavez, Commercial Manager  of Smart Logistics Group

Interview with Arturo Chavez, Commercial Manager of Smart Logistics Group

SMART LOGISTICS GROUP is a premier transportation and logistics company, with coverage in SPAIN/EUROPE. Our value-added services portfolio includes import and export freight management, truck brokerage, intermodal, load/mode and network optimization, and global visibility. We provide freight forwarding, customs brokerage, warehousing and all other logistics services.

Interview with Ordan Cargo, Managing Director of Ordan Cargo Ltd

Interview with Ordan Cargo, Managing Director of Ordan Cargo Ltd

We are " ORDAN CARGO LTD" a freight forwarding & logistics company based in Tel Aviv, Israel since 2001 having presences at all main ports ASHDOD/HAIFA/TLV for Import/Export/Cross SEA/AIR. We provide excellent and creative logistics solutions as well as quality service with competitive prices.

Interview with Norman Gatgens, Managing Director of HTK Shipping & Logistics GmbH

Interview with Norman Gatgens, Managing Director of HTK Shipping & Logistics GmbH

HTK was found in 2004, it is a private owned international forwarding agent. We r specialized in real forwarding biz – arranging solution from /to Europe incl. Russia/CIS states In three languages: German, English, Russian. Our staff is working only on “key accounts” – that Mean for our clients no to change the department while having some new direction in need. That also mean that our employees can handle all kind of transports, from LCL to FCL, break bulk, OoG, FTL, Part-trucks, warehousing, heavy loads, airfreight/seafreight, DG Cargoes and Customs Clearance – Import and Export wise.

Interview with Pezhman Zhalehpour, Operation Manager of Saba Container Services International Transport Co.

Interview with Pezhman Zhalehpour, Operation Manager of Saba Container Services International Transport Co.

Saba Container Services International Transport is A Carrier/Forwarder Company which can provide Road /Rail service from Iran to CIS countries, Afghanistan, Iraq and vice versa .The powerful fleet of Normal flatbed trucks, Low bed trucks, Reefer trucks enables us to establish best possible services with the most logical rates. Our Rail service covers the transit service from Iran to CIS countries with covered (closed) wagon and Plat forms.Also with good business relationship with most of the shipping lines and ocean carriers, we can offer competitive ocean freight and comprehensive sea service for our good clients.

Interview with Ming Liu, Managing Director of Accelerators Worldwide Systems, LLC

Interview with Ming Liu, Managing Director of Accelerators Worldwide Systems, LLC

Accelerators Worldwide Systems is a rising star in the logistics management industry, with decades of combined experience between our company leaders. We provide integrated transportation, customs brokerage, and warehousing and distribution services on a global basis. Our extensive network of strategic partners allows us to serve the shipping community in numerous areas of the supply chain. Our commitment is to provide you with efficient, convenient, and cost effective solutions for all of your shipping needs.

SeaIntel sees gradual Panama-to-Suez shift for US east coast cargo

Source:transportweekly     2013-10-12 9:25:00

A pronounced shift in traffic from the Panama to the Suez Canal is bringing increased market share to east coast US and Canadian ports, notes Danish container research firm SeaIntel.
"As more Asia-North American east coast services shift from Panama to Suez, more cargo is imported through eastern ports, instead of being railed from the west coast," said SeaIntel chief operating officer Alan Murphy.
"We expect this to intensify as carriers can deploy larger vessels, with lower cost per container, without having a significantly longer transit time, direct to the densely populated urban centres on the east coast," he said.
Eighteen of 19 big container ports in Canada and the US posted a seven per cent increase in volume to 42 million TEU in 2012 since 2006 despite the 2008 global downturn, said the report.
Big losers, according to Lloyd's List, were California ports whose market share dropped from 46.7 to 41 per cent while Atlantic ports moved from 28.2 to 33.2 per cent.
SeaIntel's analysis also shows that an increasing share of containers imported through west coast ports are exported through east coast ports in North America, according to the Shipping Gazette.