CQR Bangkok was recommended for this huge moving project by CQR Riga & Klaipeda
In March 2018, TAC carried out the smooth transportation of a huge and heavy machine which consisted of a long conveyor and large roller conveyor belts named ‘three roll calendar line’. The shipment was moved from the shippers factory in Croatia to the final destination in Thailand by making use of 7 containers consisting of 1×20’OP(IG), 3×40’OP(IG), and 3X40’FR (OOG). In order to prevent damage to the shipment while moving, it was thoroughly packed which ensured that the machine reached its destination without a single scratch.
In the words of Chanchai Tuwatnawanit, Seafreight Managing Director of Trans Air Cargo, “It was Ms. Maria Zhilyaeva from Conqueror Latvia who recommended our team to the client. We are extremely happy after the successful completion of this big moving project within a limited time among heavy snowfall and traffic congestion.” Mr. Tuwatnawanit has further added that “This project boosted the confidence of the entire TAC team who performed their task with dedication to ensure the successful delivery of this challenging shipment.
The Kolkata to Jogbani train has been the first train of this route
Our CQR member in Bangalore & Pune, India, has acted as the logistics service provider for the Kolkata to Jogbani Rail-to-Road route for India-Nepal transit cargo. This is a very special project since the Kolkata to Jogbani train is the first train of this route which came with 100% electronic customs tracking seal on every container for both up and down movement and the first one with multimodal rail and road movement component across international borders.
Atlas Shipping Services was in charge of both handling and arranging for the custom clearance of all the containers.
In the words of Neeta Shukla, HR Manager of Atlas Shipping Services “This has been a momentous occasion for the Atlas Shipping team and the event was attended by dignitaries such as Kopt Chairman, Commissioner of Customs, CFTM Eastern Railways, CGM Concor, Dy Consul General Nepal Consulate and others. Our team is totally contented after the successful handling of this prestigious project.”
Congratulations to Atlas Shipping Services for their commendable achievements!
CQR member in Toronto has been managing the freight of airport GSE (Ground Support Equipment) for the last one year
GCI International INC, our CQR member in Toronto, has successfully terminated a yearlong project which involved the freight management of airport ground support equipment. Some of the equipment included loaders, pushback tractors, dollies, tugs, belt loaders, tow bars and much more. The airport equipment was shipped across Canada and the US to support the timing of the project roll out. In course of the last one year, our CQR member in Toronto has handled over 500 pieces of equipment which includes 38 step decks, 33 flatbeds, 8 RGNs, 10 wide and overweight flatbeds and last but not the least, more than 850, 000 Kg of powered and non-powered equipment.
In the words of Richard Shepard, Vice President and General Manager of Great Circle International, “Our team is thoroughly contented after finally completing this lengthy project with utmost precision. Executing this project has not always been easy since many of the pieces involved crane unloading which required the coordination of airport authorities as cranes on ramps must be planned well in advance. The largest piece of equipment moved by our team had a dimension of 11.5 m x 3.7 m x 2.1m and weight around 31,000 KG!”
Congratulation to Great Circle International Inc. for their commendable team effort!
BASC is a global business alliance created to promote international trade in cooperation with governments and international organizations
SOCIACO, CQR member in San Jose, Costa Rica, has received the BASC certificate, a prestigious certificate which is subject to the achievement of the International Security Standards of World BASC Organization. The BASC is an international business alliance created to promote supply chain security in cooperation with government agencies and international organizations.
The BASC was created to address the problem of concealing contraband in commercial trade. As a voluntary program for business, with no government-imposed mandates, corporate participants are expected to follow BASC’s security standards which are designed to significantly improve their security practices and in the process deter contraband smugglers and terrorists from using their companies to introduce contraband and implements of terror in legitimate shipments. The BASC certification is presently operating in 13 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean – Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Paraguay, and Venezuela.
In the words of Sergio Mora Campos, Business Development Coordinator of SOCIACO: “Our team is extremely delighted with the fact that our hard work has been duly rewarded. We hope our clients and network partners will now have increased confidence in our capability as one of the most secure logistics company in San Jose, Costa Rica”
Conqueror wants to congratulate CQR San Jose, Costa Rica, for receiving this prestigious certificate!
The shipment which consisted of environmental hazardous substance was moved from Denmark to Jeddah
Global Union Alliance Co. Ltd has moved this huge shipment of environmental hazardous cargo from Denmark to KAAIA Jeddah via Amsterdam. The shipment was efficiently air freighted, custom cleared and delivered to the client in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.
In the words of Mr.Hareb Ahmed, the Commercial Manager of the company in Saudi Arabia, “The successive deliveries of environmental hazardous cargo has enabled us to become a veritable expert when it comes to the shipment of dangerous cargo. The Global Union team is absolutely elated with their achievement and we look forward to execute similar challenging projects in the future.”
Congratulations to Global Union Alliance Co. Ltd for their brilliant achievement!
Conqueror Denver which has been offering tailor-made logistical solutions for their clients just hits their 50th year in the US
American Lamprecht was born 50 years ago in 1968 when Lamprecht decided to venture into the American market. Within those 50 years our member has been able to expand all the way from the East Coast to the West Coast and in between in which the Denver branch was created.
CQR Denver gathered all their employees for a gala event to celebrate this great accomplishment.
In the words of Lisa Rasmussen, Branch Manager of American Lamprecht: “American Lamprecht is celebrating 50 years in business and definitely couldn’t have done it without our amazing customers and great agents we partner with. The hard work and tireless commitment of our team members is the secret behind our continued success. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank every single member on our board and of course our trusted clients and partners.”
Warm congratulations to American Lamprecht Transport for successfully completing 50 years in business!
The event which will be held on the 20th and 21st of June in Singapore will be focussing on the development of smart logistics and supply chain in APAC
The International Smart Logistics & Supply Chain Congress APAC 2018 is the only international event focusing on “smart logistics and supply chain” development in APAC under the background of retail innovation, industry 4.0 and new technology revolution. With the theme of “Technologies, Empower and Supply Chain Transformation: Getting Digital, Automatic and Smart”, this conference is designed to explore the potentials of new technologies in logistics & supply chain transformation, and to share the best practices all around the world.
Some of the main focuses of this event are the new trends of the global smart logistics, retail revolution and its relation with smart logistics and supply chain, smart warehousing, last mile delivery, cross-border e-commerce logistics, 4PL, drones and smart cold chain. Representatives from some of the top players in the industry such as DHL, IBM, Ericsson etc. are some of the confirmed speakers for this year’s conference.
Conqueror encourages all its members to register for this premier event by clicking on this link: http://www.szwgroup.com/international-smart-logistics-and-supply-chain-congress-apac-2018
CQR Dallas was in charge of transporting the luxury vehicles to Hawaii for a club rally
1 Trade’s improved capabilities were recently noticed by Boardwalk Ferrari in Plano who asked 1 Trade to move 11 luxury vehicles to Hawaii for a club rally. Everything from the initial inland pick up, ocean transport, and delivery in Maui and back to Dallas was handled by 1 Trade, including full responsibility for the total value of the vehicles.
“We know it isn’t easy to move that many luxury vehicles without incident all the way to Hawaii and back,” said Julie Summers, Event Coordinator of Boardwalk Ferrari in Plano. “1 Trade made the process smooth and efficient with their professionalism and continued communication. We couldn’t be happier with how it all turned out.”
Juan Arango, Co-Founder and VP of Operations at 1 Trade Logistics, said it was a fun project to be part of. “It’s a lot of fun to move Ferraris to Hawaii – I’m not going to lie – it doesn’t get much better than that. But whether we’re moving Ferraris to Maui or nuts and bolts to São Paulo we take the same care to make sure our clients are happy. Customer service is our #1 top priority – it’s who we are and it’s why we keep growing.”
Three cheers for 1 Trade Logistics for their outstanding achievements!
We are delighted to announce that the news of our Annual Meeting in Kuala Lumpur has already been published in one of the top freight forwarding journals of our time!
Hit on the following link to read the full news as published on www.ajot.com: https://www.ajot.com/news/conquerors-7th-annual-meeting-attended-by-nearly-130-freight-forwarders
CQR members were given a personal demonstration of the Freight Viewer at the meeting, the new Freight Rate Management Software created to provide instant online door to door quotations 24/7
Conqueror’s 7th Annual Meeting has been an all out success. Nearly 130 freight forwarders representing more than 100 cities came together at the Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, where they bolstered their business activities by meeting their fellow Conqueror agents while deliberating on future projects and industry defining issues.
The tremendous success of the last six CQR Annual Meetings was one of the major factors leading to the terrific turn-up at the 2018 event. The Annual Meeting highlights included a warm cocktail reception and a merry dinner party which gave the delegates a chance to indulge in some fun and frolick. The meeting obviously provided ample networking opportunities with the scheduled one-to-one meetings of the agents along with the informal business talks held in course of the lunch, dinner and coffee breaks.
During the meeting, all the members were given a personal demonstration of Conqueror’s new online tool – the Freight Rate Management Software which enables the members to come up with instant online door to door quotations for their clients and partners. This software is expected to immensely facilitate the business activities of the members.
In the words of Antonio Torres, CEO and founder of Conqueror Freight Network, “Conqueror’s Annual Meeting presents a unique networking opportunity for all the members within the network who get to personally interact with their fellow agents with the purpose of keeping a constant flow of new business opportunities. The meeting gives our members a chance to foster a mutually beneficial business relationship by bringing together all the members from various corners of the globe.” With over two decades of experience in the freight forwarding industry, Antonio Torres has an immense contribution towards making Conqueror the largest exclusive network for freight forwarders in the globe.
“Getting to know the persons face-to-face and sharing some time with them helps tremendously in building and maintining business relations”. One of the CQR members states.