Their new website comes with a user-friendly interface and several useful features that will enhance the online experience of their clients and partners
PCB Freight Management, Conqueror member in Vancouver, Canada, revamps their website making it more customer-oriented and user-friendly. Their new website comes with a live chat function that allows their clients and partners to get started with an instant conversation. It also includes a shipment tracking feature that allows their clients to check the status of their cargo just by typing in the shipment tracking number.
As stated by Alexandra Haukaas, the Operations Manager of PCB Freight Management, “With more than 67 years’ experience in international trade, we are on a mission to help make freight forwarding and customs clearance easier for our clients and partners. We have spent countless hours redesigning the user’s online experience with us and are excited to announce the launch of the new site. The introduction of a live chat and redesigned shipment tracking feature are definitely going to boost the browsing experience of our audience.”
From commercial goods to time-sensitive and oversized machinery, to perishable freight, they offer a broad range of logistics solutions for both domestic and international shipments on air, ocean, or ground freight. “Our partnership with the best international and regional carriers allows us to provide our clients/partners with the most flexible shipping options to all locations around the world,” adds Ms. Haukaas.
Congratulations to PCB Freight Management and wishing them the very best for their future endeavours!
Logicpaq in collaboration with PCB Freight Management moves a cargo consisting of steam turbines from Japan to the Dominican Republic
Logicpaq, Conqueror member in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, teamed up with their network partner PCB Freight Management Ltd, Conqueror member in Vancouver, Canada, to transport a cargo consisting of steam turbines from Tokyo, Japan, to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The 67 pieces of air cargo were moved in 5 phases over a period of one and a half months.
Teaming up with CQR Vancouver ensured the speedy coordination between airports, customs, and the military and civil authorities of the Santo Domingo airport. As stated by Frank Diaz, the General Manager of Logicpaq SRL, “We made use of three Antonov 124 and two IL 76 aircraft to move 67 pieces of this 350 tonnes shipment. We are very contented with the outcome of the project and we look forward to being a part of many such joint ventures in the months to come.”
Congratulations to both Conqueror members for the successful termination of this important project!
These units were delivered from New York, via Vancouver, to Lima
CQR member in Vancouver was recently contracted to support the delivery process of two additional mobile crane units for a mining project in Lima, Peru. These units were delivered from New York, via the ports of Baltimore, Vancouver, BC and the Port of Tacoma – courtesy of PCB Freight Management and RoRo Vessels.
The team professionally handled the delivery of these cranes successfully, and PCB Freight Management is proud to have partnered with this fruitful venture.
Well done to the whole team!
For shipments from/to Vancouver, do not hesitate to contact them. They are looking forward to any new challenges that lay ahead!