June 2014 Blog Posts (14)

E.A.S.I. East European Central s.r.o. of Prague, Czech Republic will be at SuperCargoPros Europe 2014 in Budapest, Hungary

E.A.S.I. East European Central s.r.o. has registered for SCP Europe 2014 in Budapest, Hungary. This company will be taking advantage of the opportunities to meeting international freight forwarding professionals from all over the region and all over the world will be at this groundbreaking…

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Added by Pawika Naiswasdi on June 30, 2014 at 10:13am — No Comments

Freight Shipping Goes Digital

Everybody is online today. Thanks to advanced computers and mobile technology, people everywhere are constantly connected and engaged in a digital world. Businesses are recognizing these trends and are investing in digital to reach their clients online. Bloomberg News recently reported on the how the international freight industry is using digital means for customers. This includes …

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 26, 2014 at 4:09am — No Comments

P3 Network Alliance is Over

For almost a year now, the ocean freight shipping industry was abuzz about the proposed P3 Network Alliance between Moeller-Maersk, MSC and CMA CGM. The objective of the P3 Network was to combine their resources to reduce expenses for certain shipping routes. This might impact ocean freight rates. This would also alleviate issues relating…

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 24, 2014 at 4:01am — No Comments

Zakian Surveyors & Loss Adjusters L.L.C - Your Worldwide Partner

Zakian Surveyors & Loss Adjusters L.L.C

Worldwide / Global / International Surveyors, Inspectors, Loss Adjusters, Claims Handlers, Investigators, Maritime Flag State Inspectors, Vessels Classification Surveyors, Marine / Shipping / Maritime Surveyors, Cargo Surveyors / Experts, ISO, Quality & Standardization Certification Issuing Services, Marine / Cargo/ Insurance / P&I Surveying and Inspection.

1-Surveys, Inspections, Loss Adjusting, Claims Handling…

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Added by Masoud Zakian on June 20, 2014 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Commercial Invoice Details

Beyond the vital bill of lading, there is another important document used in international freight shipping. The commercial invoice is that document. While the document may seem like all of the others, it is unique. There are specific requirements for a commercial invoice. Certain items must be listed.

The purpose of a commercial invoice is to be documented proof of the shipment for Customs. It also includes information about duties…

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 19, 2014 at 4:00am — No Comments

NES Cargo Express International Philippines of Las Pinas, Philippines will be at SuperCargoPros Europe 2014 in Budapest, Hungary

NES Cargo Express International Philippines has registered for SCP Europe 2014 in Budapest, Hungary. This company will be taking advantage of the opportunities to meeting international freight forwarding professionals from all over the region and all over the world will be at this groundbreaking event.…

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Added by Pawika Naiswasdi on June 17, 2014 at 10:11am — No Comments

Clogged Ports

Nhava Sheva Port, which is also called Jawaharlal Nehru Port, deals with more ocean freight containers at their port than any other port in India. Because of this, there is a large amount of cargo at the port. The amount is so great right now, that there is a massive jam of containers that is slowing the shipping at the port. This jam is clogging the port. As a result, the transit times are slow and it is more costly for shipping companies.…

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 17, 2014 at 4:08am — No Comments

Five Star Freight Forwarder in Five African Countries

Hi Sir/Madam,



                  Thanks for the accepting my invitation on Linkedin.

I am Paul Cohen, sales manager of Afrik Cargo Network Cameroon HQ.



Please find below our company profile.



Afrik Cargo Network is one of Cameroon/Africa's fastest growing and

most dynamic international transportation and logistics service

providers. We have a team of rich experienced & highly qualified

expertise, modern management and technical…

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Added by Paul Cohen on June 16, 2014 at 2:32pm — No Comments

SHJ - DAM(Damascus )Syria - Weekly Flight

Dear All

 

Pleased to inform we have started operation to DAM (Damascus ) Syria.

 

We have weekly flight from Sharjah , Every Monday .

 

Next schedule as follows.

 

Date of Ops: 16th June 2014.

Aircraft  :- A-300F

Flight no :- AGA-4633

Departure :-  SHJ – 03.00 z

Handover :- Sharjah Freight Center

 

Best Regards,

Vitus

Sales Co-ordinator

STARLIGHT AIRLINES.

P6 - 040 |…

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Added by Vitus okoye on June 12, 2014 at 3:17pm — No Comments

We are operating daily and scheduled flights to IRAQ and AFGHANISTAN.

This is to introduce to Starlight Airline as one of the best services providers of Air Services to IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN, AFRICA, CIS, ASIA and EUROPE Countries. With a backing of nine solid years and incredible service connection with major carrier in the region to/from IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN, AFRICA, CIS, ASIA and EUROPE Countries…
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Added by Vitus okoye on June 12, 2014 at 12:41pm — No Comments

Manufacturing and Shipping

The link between shipping and manufacturing might be one of the most important connections in the business world. To illustrate the meaning of this, let us examine a recent example. The Journal of Commerce recently repeated that the United States ports all around the Gulf of Mexico are seeing increased volume of shipments lately. The reason for the increase? According to the article, because billions of dollars are being invested now in petrochemical manufacturing…

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 12, 2014 at 4:03am — No Comments

Cyber Security at the Ports

For all of the security at ports to protect against crime, there is one area at the ports that remains liable from outside threats. This one area concerns cyber security. At today’s shipping ports, computers and technology play a major role. If a cyber terrorist or hacker were to successfully penetrate these computers, there could be numerous delays. And since these ports are responsible for billions of dollars worth of goods, then this could severely hurt…

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 10, 2014 at 4:01am — No Comments

Low Sulfur Fuel for Shipping

Lowering the emissions from ocean freight vessels is an obligation that everyone in the industry, including freight forwarders, must respect. After all, protecting the environment is important. In the coming years, there will be new laws that shipping entities must follow in order to respect our environment. One of these laws is slated to take place in 2015. This particular law will impact the…

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 5, 2014 at 4:11am — No Comments

Contingency Plan In Case of a Strike

The International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU), which has always played a major role in container shipping at 29 US West Coast ports, could make a big impact in 2014, but the impact might be difficult to grasp. The rumor is that the International Longshore & Warehouse Union might be ceasing labor negotiations with the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) on June 30th. This is the date that the International Longshore…

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Added by Steven Lerner on June 3, 2014 at 4:05am — No Comments

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