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.
CQR Stuttgart ships three heavy lift pieces of more than 230 tons from Germany to Scotland
Emons Air & Sea, CQR member in Stuttgart, moved a dismantled shred press from Germany to Scotland at the end of August. The shred press consisted of three oversized heavy lift pieces of 92, 82.5 and 58 tons that had to be transported. Since the 3.90 m wide truck was carrying a total weight of 143.8 tons, a special road survey was required for the entire journey whose final destination was near Edinburgh.
Ever since the company was set up in 1928, Emons Air & Sea has stood for dependable and flexible services in the transport and logistics sector. Their professional team and their technological know-how has allowed them to accomplish this challenging shipment with ease
We congratulate CQR Stuttgart for completing the transport with utmost customer satisfaction and wish them the best to accomplish many more similar achievements in the future.
CQR Douala triumphs a laborious charter to UN Office, Bria
CQR Douala, recently successfully managed a laborious transport of a charter vessel from Douala to the UN office in Bria, Central African Republic (CAR). This was a tremendous feat since Bria is known for rebel controlled areas near the Kotto river.
Agora Shipping basically took to themselves to first remove the charter from the ship and then load the truck at Douala port. There, they had to go through customs clearance and road procedures BGFT / Barc to endure a long road transport from Douala to Bria. When at CAR, they again had to go customs clearance at Bangui and finally offload at the UN office at Bria. This was a laborious and difficult transport as seen in the pictures but Agora accomplished the task at hand easily.
Agora Shipping & Logistics is a company of Agora group specializing in transport to difficult areas due to their extensive experience. They cater to the supply of integrated solutions in the field of logistics, shipping, customs, relocations, national and international transport, etc. both by sea and by air.
Conqueror takes immense pride in having Agora Shipping & Logistics in our network, as one of our members and congratulates them on their big achievement.
To help the best independent agencies recover lost market share “Conqueror” Forwarder Network to operate like multinational
A new high-level freight forwarders network will operate as a “virtual multinational”, with obligatory cooperation among members, a single worldwide brand, exclusive territories, and other advantages now enjoyed only by the biggest players.
High-level freight forwarders network, Conqueror, will operate as a “virtual multinational
Applications are now being accepted to join Conqueror, in which carefully selected members will work with each other on at least 50 percent of their shipments, enabling them to compete against the largest forwarding groups
Network of forwarders launched to compete against mega-players A new freight forwarding network that will operate as a “virtual multinational”, with obligatory co-operation among members, a single worldwide brand and exclusive territories, claims it will provide advantages currently enjoyed only by the biggest players.