This certificate makes STORI D.O.O. one of the few freight agencies in Slovenia to acquire it on the top level – AEO F
After over six months of hard work, study, dedication, paperwork, and extra working hours from the entire team, STORI D.O.O.- our member in Ljubljana, Slovenia, finally obtained the AEO certificate. What distinguishes them from other AEO certificate holders is the fact that they received the highest level certificate of AEO F (combined AEO C + AEO S) which is sure to secure their position as one of the top freight agencies of Ljubljana.
On this picture you can see one of the co-owners of STORI D.O.O. & STORI.KOM, Mr. Aleš Koncilja, receiving the certificate from Head of the customs office in Ljubljana, Mr. Zlatko Alibegovic.
”Our customs clearance procedures are faster and less controlled for known importers/exporters which allow us to offer faster handling of shipments and goods. This will improve the trust of our clients and open new ways for potential clients in the future,” says Aleš Koncilja, Head of the Ljubljana branch of STORI D.O.O.
Mr. Koncilja further added, ”I would like to thank my entire team as well as my customers whose hard work and unwavering support has allowed us to prove our worth as one of the best forwarding companies of this country.”
Hearty congratulations to STORI D.O.O. for this momentous accomplishment!
Jutlandia Terminal A/S was also in charge of lashing and securing the transportation of the cargo
Some weeks back, Jutlandia Terminal A/S, our member in Esbjerg, Denmark, was responsible for the complete process of coordinating the transport, loading, lashing and securing of a heavy cargo. Their logistic department operated for this specific job as a one-point-of-contact, which handled the proper coordination between the various departments. The “one-point-of-contact” service offered by CQR Esbjerg, has allowed them to simplify the process for their customers, who now only have one person to contact regardless of the nature of the services.
“Jutlandia arranged the pick-up of the cargo from their customer’s site in Esbjerg and had it delivered to Jutlandia’s terminal at Europakaj in Esbjerg. Due to the special dimensions of the cargo, it had to be reloaded onto a flat, suitable for transporting this cargo, which did not fit a standard solution,” says Maiken Spangsberg Thygesen, Logistics Coordinator of Jutlandia.
After the loading, Jutlandia’s terminal workers lashed and secured the cargo to the flat and made it ready for sea freight. The cargo was then transported to Aarhus, with Panama as the end destination. Ms. Thygesen further adds, “I would like to thank all my team members for the successful accomplishment of yet another important project.”
Conqueror congratulates Jutlandia Terminal A/S for handling the project successfully!
Joh. C. Henschen also signed a new control agreement to unload shipments from Cuxhaven port which consists of Eolic parts weighing between 35 and 43 tons each
Joh. C. Henschen, the oldest Freight Forwarder in Germany and Conqueror member in Bremen, shipped five wind farm flanges from Antwerp, Belgium, to the plant in Roermond, Holland. It was a challenging project since the cargo had a diameter of 635 cm with a height of 80 cm.
Additionally, since February, Joh. C. Henschen has obtained a contract to control the unloading of several parts for a wind power generation project from ships at the Cuxhaven Port. All these parts weigh between 35 -43 tons each.
“Successful handling of this complex shipment has indeed provided the much-needed impetus to our team and we couldn’t have been more excited about the result,” says Thomas P. Henschen, General Manager of Joh. C. Henschen.
In the past months, CQR Bremen was also in charge of shipping a road construction machine with a volume of 649 x 300 x 390 cm from Port of Emden to Veracruz. They also hauled a locomotive for underground mining with a volume of 1051 x 200 x 240 cm and a weight of 54.1 ton from Diepholz, Germany, to Zarate, Argentina. Moreover, they transported a plastic injection molding machine weighing 59.8 tons, from Kottingbrunn, Austria to Dunlap, Tennessee in the US.
Congratulations to Joh. C. Henschen and wishing them the very best for their future projects!
Conqueror member in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, successfully moves a shipment from Jeddah to Montreal, Canada
Global Union Alliance Company, our member in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, has recently moved a shipment from Jeddah to Montreal. The company was in charge of each and every aspect of the cargo starting from loading on trailer, lashing, packing to carpenter job and customs clearance.
“We fully understand the fact that each client has specific needs, and our flexibility allows us to tailor a solution to meet those precise needs. Our team carefully inspected every phase of this shipment and we were also in charge of customs clearance andthe purchase of packing and crating materials,” says Mr. Hareb Shaikh, Commercial Manager of Global Union Alliance Company.
Congratulations to Conqueror Jeddah!
Ms. Cristina Soriano has recently joined Aduanas y Transportes Lazaro in the International Business Development Department
Aduanas y Transportes Lazaro, Conqueror member in Valencia, Spain, has been joined by a new member- Ms. Christina Soriano. Ms. Soriano who will be working at the International Business Development Department is going to be the main point of contact between CQR Valencia and its clients worldwide. Some of her work would include answering client’s queries, offering suggestions, organization of sales visits, demonstration of services and much more.
“I am really happy about joining the team of Lazaro Cargo and I hope to competently lead our International Business Development Department and drive many new projects our way,” says Ms. Soriano.
According to Jorge Perez, Manager of Aduanas y Transportes Lazaro Cargo, “Cristina Soriano is an experienced and highly talented personnel and I am sure that her presence will greatly increase our team’s efficiency. We are delighted to welcome her in our team.”
All the best to Aduanas y Transportes Lazaro for their future endeavours!
The team of C. Hartwig S.A kicks off this special occasion on a festive note
We are delighted to announce that C. Hartwig S.A – our CQR member in Gdansk and Gdynia – is going strong after completing 160 years of existence in the market.
As the oldest freight forwarders in Poland, CQR Gdansk and Gdynia, couldn’t have been happier about this special event.
“Its been a century and 60 years since our inception and this real long and successful journey has been made possible by the diligent work and commitment of our team at C. Hartwig who have always dedicated themselves and continue to dedicate themselves to being the unchallenged experts of our industry, stated Michal Siemiatkowski, Network Coordinator of C.Hartwig.
In order to celebrate their anniversary, the entire team of C. Hartwig, which consists of over 300 employees along with their key partners, guests and clients, boarded buses from the company premises on Saturday to reach the resort on Sobieszewska Island.
They spent the morning participating in various sport activities which helped to strengthen the ties among the team members. After the gala dinner in the evening they enjoyed the performance of a stand up comedian which was followed by a very happening party which lasted till dawn.
A very happy 160th Anniversary to C. Hartwig S.A from the entire Conqueror team!
This edition will offer you an insight into our upcoming Annual Meeting in 2019
We are pleased to announce that the September edition of Conqueror’s quarterly newsletter has been published and can now be viewed on our website. This edition of our newsletter is packed with essential information about Conqueror’s 8th Annual Meeting to be held in Phuket in 2019 along with other important info about the network members and interesting snippets from the supply chain industry.
We have also dedicated 2 pages on the key strategies to improve your networking within Conqueror, so that you get to make the most of your membership. As you all know, Conqueror’s new online tool is going to be launched real soon and therefore we have included a special feature on FreightViewer- our upcoming freight rate management software which will enormously expedite your work processes.
Conqueror Ulaanbaatar acts as the official logistics service provider of the first commercial wind farm project in Mongolia
Tuushin International Freight Forwarders has been associated with the Salkhit Wind Farm,a flagship project for Mongolia’s renewable energy sector and the energy sector as a whole, which has introduced new and advanced technology and knowhow to the industry.
As stated by Mr Bayarsaikhan Lunden, Director of the Sales Department of Tuushin International Freight Forwarders, “Our team was responsible for arranging the entire transportation from EXW Factories to final site at Salkhit. The items we handled mainly consisted of towers, blades, nacelle and hub shipments.”
Located 70 km southeast of the capital city Ulaanbaatar, the Salkhit Wind Farm is a landmark project that is a result of close cooperation between the private sector, international development institutions, and the Government of Mongolia. The wind farm will be powered by GE 1.6MW turbines. It will offset 180 thousand tons of CO2 emissions, save 1.6 million tons of fresh water, and reduce coal usage by 122 thousand tons annually.
“The clean power generated by this 50MW wind farm will service customers connected to the Mongolian central grid.”Mr Bayarsaikhan Lunden further added.
Congratulations to CQR Ulaanbaatar for being a part of this important project!
The cargo which was shipped from Baroda was moved all the way to Antwerp
Atlas Shipping Services Pvt Limited, our member in Pune and Bangalore, India, has recently handled a cargo consisting of a huge boiler column which was 30 meters in length. The top-notch team work of Atlas Shipping made possible the successful delivery of this complex shipment. The cargo which weighed around 52 MT was loaded at the Mundra Port with the help of a long boom crane. On reaching the destination, the cargo was delivered with the use of a 4 axel semi propelled trailer.
“Moving this enormous cargo during the rainy season was indeed a challenge especially because of the length of the shipment and the terrible condition of the roads. We were required to navigate through small villages which could only be done at night. Our team put forth a great effort and do a hard work,” said Sushil Gupta, Chairman and Managing Director of Atlas Shipping.
Congratulations to Atlas Shipping on successfully completing this project!
The cargo, which weighed over 106 tons, was loaded and unloaded by the use of jacking method
Global Union Alliance Company, CQR member in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, recently handled a complex shipment consisting of 1 unit of transformers weighing 85 tons and 5 case accessories from Bahrain to Dammam Port. A 12 axle low-bed vehicle was used to deliver this project cargo while the shipment was loaded and unloaded by the use of jacking method.
“The successful movement of this complex project cargo has once again helped us prove our worth as one of the most competent forwarders in our city. I’d like to thank all my team members whose meticulous efforts permitted us to transport the shipment without any hitches,” said Mr. Hareb Shaikh, Commercial Manager of Global Union Alliance Company.
Congratulations to Global Union Alliance Company for successfully completing this project!