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TRANSWAYS LOGISTICS (M) SDN BHD- A Member of TL GROUP.
A Professional cum Award Winning Logistics Company in M'sia and has been established since 1998 with headquarter located at Klang, Bandar Botanic. Selangor. Transways is a True Asia Brand with offices and agents around the World. As technology links us closer together and regulatory barriers are broken down, the firm is in a Unique Position to address the increasingly global needs of our client.
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Most of the people are there who required sending the courier from one place to another. This courier may consist of important documents, medicines or the files. In this situation…Continue
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WE ARE EXHIBITING AGAIN IN BREAK BULK AMERICA ON OCT 6-8TH VISIT US AT STALL NO 1621( EXHIBITION HALL-E) IN GEORGE R, BROWN CONVENTION-HOUSTON-TX, USA. I WOULD LIKE TO MEET YOU FOR FURTHER BUSINESS PROSPECTS NOT ONLY IN USA BUT ALSO FOR CHINA , SINGAPORE & MIDDLE EAST WHERE WE HAVE OUR OWN PRESENCE. KINDLY SHARE YOUR LOCAL USA NOS SO AS TO CONTACT YOU OR ELSE YOU CAN MEET OUR TEAM AT STALL THERE. GIVEN BELOW IS SMALL INTRO LETTER & COMPANY PROFILE FOR…Continue
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1. The longest postal delay
In 2008 a guest house owner in Dorset named Janet Barrett received a letter from 1919!
The mystified hotelier read:
Many thanks for the invitation, be delighted. See you on the 26th December.
It was delivered in a plastic bag, affixed with a note from the Royal Mail, who apologized for the 89 year delay. Although the service also apologized for any damage to the letter,…Continue
Added by Darren Bush on June 29, 2015 at 3:26pm — No Comments
In the coming year, there will be new transportation hurdles that will challenge supply chains everywhere. How they overcome these challenges will be the ultimate freight test.
By 2016, the expansion of the Panama Canal will be complete. While this will open up new trade possibilities, it also will come with massive changes. The extra room in the Panama Canal will result in larger vessels called New Panamax and Post New Panamax. The…Continue
In search of powerful added value in the deep-frozen food product supply chain? That is assured at Frigolanda! The company wants to actively cooperate with the customer in continually improving the logistical processes. “Great flexibility and constructive partnerships in the long term contribute to the…Continue
Added by Vangoidsenhoven Koenraad on May 25, 2015 at 4:47pm — No Comments
The maritime shipping industry is trying to reduce their carbon footprint. Everyone from carriers to freight forwarders are doing their part to be green. There is a recent law in certain parts of the World that states that vessels must maintain certain low sulfur requirements. Since these emission laws are in place for a few months now, it appears…Continue
Added by Steven Lerner on May 22, 2015 at 4:14am — No Comments
As the value of the US dollar increases, so does the economic might of the US economy. A great example of this might is with the trading of goods to the US. A stronger US dollar will raise ocean freight shipping rates for transporting goods and it increases the types of services available to supply chains for moving those goods to the US.
The Journal of…Continue
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