Today we are happy to announce new memberships for Tunisia and India (Delhi). In member movements we have several great examples of the purpose of the network, cooperation between members. More specifically we share movements related to: Spain – New Zealand, Turkey – Austria, Germany – Italy, Denmark, China – Chile, South Africa – Guinea, China – Nigeria, China – Indonesia, and Algeria.
Screenshots from the Previous Two Weeks of Video Meetings with Members
The next 3 meeting schedules are as follows, with more to come. Please email Heidi to sign up for a meeting. They are being held on first come first serve basis with a maximum of 8 participating companies per meeting.
Upcoming member meeting schedule:
14th October 15.00 (GMT +2)
21st October 16.00 (GMT +2)
28th October 13.00 (GMT +2)
Tschudi Mozambique just delivered several containers from Beira Port to Tete in Mozambique for a local customer, including the handling of customs clearance, transport and stripping of the containers. If you need any service in Mozambique do not hesitate to reach out to them: https://tschudilogistics.com/contact/
Tschudi Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Sweden & Mozambique
Join Member’s Only WhatsApp and WeChat Chat Groups
As you may know we have a WhatsApp group chat, but for members in China where WhatsApp is blocked we have a WeChat group chat. Please email me to join.
Agence Maritime Mohab is a member of Cross Ocean representing Tunisia
Anil Mantra Aviation is a member of Cross Ocean representing India (Delhi)
Asercomex Logistics and Seabridge Logistics Group Collaborated on a Shipment from Burgos to Auckland
Cargo: High Pressure Equipment for Food Processing
Dimensions: 9000 x 2900 x 2900 mm
The cargo was loaded in Burgos on the 6th of August 2020, the sailing date from Santander (Spain) was on the 12th of August 2020. The arrival date at Auckland (New Zealand) was 1st October 2020 and the cargo was delivered to it’s destination on the 5th of October 2020.
Asercomex Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Spain
Seabridge Logistics Group is a member of Cross Ocean representing New Zealand
Coli Project Cargo Istanbul Transported a 76-ton Transformer from Turkey to Kaprun in the Austrian Mountains with the help of Comark
Cargo dimensions: 6200 x 3450 x 3600 mm
The cargo was transshipped in Trieste, Italy and made it’s way to Austria where two prime movers were added before climbing the mountain.
COLI Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Germany & Turkey
Comark is a member of Cross Ocean representing Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia & Slovenia
Energy International Logistics was Appointed by Trans Overseas Shipping Bremen to Handle 120-ton Machinery to Hook Vessel in Venice
Transport Overseas Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Poland, Belgium & Netherlands
View Profile: TO Logistics (Switzerland) | TO Logistics (Austria) | TO Logistics (Germany) | TO Logistics (Poland) | TO Logistics (Belgium) | TO Logistics (Netherlands)
View Website: https://transport-overseas.com/
Energy International Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Italy
Scan Global Logistics Transported a 93-meter and 200-ton Gigantic Windmill Foundry Mould on One Single Truck
Scan Global Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Finland, Denmark, Sweden & Norway
TPL Project Stock Company is a member of Cross Ocean representing China (Shanghai)
View Profile: TPL Project Stock Company
STACKS recently handled the loading of a water treatment plant and it’s various components to Conakry, Guinea for a leading EPC contractor of water and sewage treatment plants in Southern Africa. STACKS arranged the lashing of the cargo, abnormal transport, lashing surveys required for OOG cargo and the shipping up to destination port.
STACKS Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing South Africa
Shanghai Beetle Supply Chain Management is a member of Cross Ocean representing China (Shanghai)
Michel Hurel is a member of Cross Ocean representing France & Algeria
Science Might Have Identified the Optimal Human Diet
If eating the wrong way can contribute to such a diverse range of illnesses, it stands to reason that eating the right way could offer people a measure of protection from most ailments. But what’s the right way? That question lies at the heart of countless studies stretching back several decades. By panning the newest and best of those studies for gold, some experts say we may be closing in on the optimal approach to eating.