Welcome to our first newsletter of 2021. I hope you are all settling into the third week of a new and undoubtedly better year ahead (unless you are American like I am and feeling like your home country has become consumed with hate).
As a business network we are better-off focusing on contributing to the global project logistics sector which, despite politics or a global pandemic, makes the world go round. In this regard we are happy to announce new members for 2021 representing 9 countries!
In the new year please take the initiative to engage with your fellow Cross Ocean members by participating in meetings we are arranging via Zoom. Here are the available meeting schedules for the beginning of the year (all times in GMT+1 Sweden time):
3rd February 19.00
10th February 10.00
17th February 17.00
Please email Heidi to sign up for a meeting. They are being held on a first-come, first-served basis with a maximum of 8 participating companies per meeting. Each company is allowed to reserve two slots and each meeting will have only one company per country of representation. The meetings are free of charge.
Summary of Member News
This week we are happy to announce new members representing Taiwan, Sweden, Spain, Myanmar, Tanzania, Kenya, Finland, and China (Qingdao). We also have member movements related to: China – Tanzania, Ukraine and South Africa, Vietnam, U.A.E., Turkey – Wales, China – Pakistan, and Croatia.
Bee Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Taiwan
GAC is a member of Cross Ocean representing Sweden
Abad Aduanas y Logistica Valencia is a member of Cross Ocean representing Spain
Skama Shipping and Projects is a member of Cross Ocean representing Myanmar
Spedag Interfreight is a member of Cross Ocean representing Kenya & Tanzania
Oy Hacklin Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Finland
Qingdao Ba-Shi Yuexin Logistics Development is a member of Cross Ocean representing China (Qingdao)
First week of the year started off on a good note with several Break Bulk shipments from Tianjin and Shanghai to Dar es salaam, Odessa, Durban.
Shanghai Beetle Supply Chain Management is a member of Cross Ocean representing China (Shanghai)
SM Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Vietnam
Global Projekt Logistique is a member of Cross Ocean representing India (Delhi)
2 Units of Terex Cranes each weighing 47800 kgs with dimensions of 13417 x 3000 x 3870 mm were safely delivered to the receiver in U.A.E.
G M B International Shipping is a member of Cross Ocean representing Azerbaijan & United Arab Emirates
Aaras Shipping is a member of Cross Ocean representing Pakistan
View Profile: Aaras Shipping Agencies Private Limited
Tschudi Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Sweden & Mozambique
AAL Shanghai arrived to pick up and ship the last lot of a large project for Liburnia.
The project consisted of 98 modules + 60 containers shipped in 4 lots over the past 3 months for a total of approximately 20,000 freight tons.
Liburnia’s scope was road transport, port manipulations and seafreight.
Liburnia Maritime Agency is a Service Provider to Cross Ocean
View Website: http://www.liburniamar.hr/