Last month they shipped luxury Porsche cars, two reactors for biological cleaning plant, heavy marble blocks, pipes and machineries
CV Maragos International Forwarding PC, Conqueror member in Athens, Greece, is specializing in the normal staffing/un staffing and transhipments of difficult and valuable shipments from their warehouse. As said by Mr. Vlassis Maragos, the General Manager of CQR Athens, “Our team has become extremely adept at handling challenging and high-value items while maintaining cost-efficiency for the benefit of our clients.”
In the last month, they moved Porsche 911 racing cars each of which were valued at approximately €100k. They were also responsible for the movement to a Greek island of two oversizeUASB reactors meant for biological cleaning valued at over €100k each. Apart from these high-value cargoes, they also transshipped heavy marble blocks of up to 28MT and made a purchase of 30 x 40 high cube SOC containers (with pipes and machinery) for transporting an entire construction project to West Africa.
Mr. Maragos, further states, “Challenged by the COVID-19 circumstances, CVM PC has found ways to enhance its competence and business. We are also purchasing and supplying SOC containers, issuing seaworthy and lashing certificates, while providing survey services and reports for all types incl. break bulk cargos. Thus, I would like to take this opportunity to thank my partners and of course my valued clients for their trust and support!”
They are also actively involved in the fight against the pandemic and has shipped a cargo of PPE equipment and testing kits from China to Lagos
CV Maragos International Forwarding PC, Conqueror member in Athens, Greece, handles a shipment of 2000 tons DW vessel carrying marble blocks from Salayar, Turkey, to Lavrio, Greece. In the words of Mr. Vlasis Maragos, the General Manager of CV Maragos, “Since most of the EU borders were closed due to the pandemic we had to suffer several delays although we managed to overcome this problem and constant communication with our truckers allows us to handover the shipment on time.”
They have also successfully completed a shipment of masks, gloves and testing kits from China to Lagos, Nigeria. Apart from that, CQR Athens has managed to book a significant number of ocean cargoes from UK, and Spain to Greece and from Greece to USA, Bahamas and Nigeria. “Due to COVID-19 we all experienced unprecedented circumstances and we all had to show great adaptability and I can proudly assert that our team has managed to emerge stronger from this situation and thanks to our executive clients we are still as active as always in our territory.” adds Mr. Maragos.
Congratulations to CV Maragos and wishing them the best for their future endeavours!
The AEO certificate will allow them to work in tandem with the customs authorities of the EU and guarantee the common objective of supply chain security
C.V. Maragos International Forwarding P.C., Conqueror member in Athens, Greece, has recently received the AEO certificate. This certificate confirms that there is a sound relationship between the company and the customs authorities – a relationship that hinges on responsibility, fairness, correctness and the principles of mutual transparency.
As explained by Mr. Vlasis Maragos, the General Manager of Conqueror Athens, “It is indeed a great honour to have been granted this much-coveted certificate, which reflects the competency and professionalism of our organization. The certificate will grant us with a lot of advantages the foremost of which is accessible admittance to customs simplification and prior notification in case of selection for customs inspection.”
The AEO status endorsed by one member state in the EU will be recognized by the customs authorities in all the member states. This is surely going to help C.V. Maragos PC to better satisfy its international clients and partners from all over the globe. “I’d like to thank my entire team for their dedication and hard work which has set us apart from our competitors.” adds Mr. Maragos.
Congratulations to C.V. Maragos and wishing them the very best for their upcoming projects!