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Eastern Med link for Southampton

CMA CGM is adding a Southampton call to its new FEMEX service  CMA CGM is adding a Southampton call to its new FEMEX service which links the Turkey and Greece to Northern Europe. The first regular weekly service will start calling at the terminal from the 31st March 2013. The service will now call at Southampton, Hamburg and Antwerp before stopping over in Malta and then onto the Greek port

Spratt Transport Services from Dublin

Set to take the Irish freight world by storm  Spratt Transport Services operate an independent bonded warehouse facility providing an efficient solution to the freight industry from unloading or devanning of containers, handling, storage, warehousing and distribution throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland on a daily basis. They aim to represent their clients as an independent identity so the client’s own profile is emphasised in completing the service. They offer a

Latest issue March/April 2013

Label: Case Study Title: Redhead International Teaser: expand their freight operations Label: Interview Label: Translations Label: Logistics Title: Woodland goes for gold Teaser: Dot Comma look to minimise problems caused by language differences Teaser: in export traffic after record-breaking year

Woodland goes for gold

2012 was the best ever year for the Woodland Group’s ocean exporter container traffic, and the company is looking to build on this success As the United Kingdom was celebrating a summer of sporting brilliance last year, Essex-based freight forwarder and logistics solution provider the Woodland Group had another reason to go for gold: Its best-ever ocean export business, reveals Andy Dennis, Woodland’s Head of Export Division. The Chelmsford-based executive

Redhead International expand their freight operations

The expansions are allowing the company to grow at an exponential rate. Just how far can one logistics company go? Worldwide, customers’ expectation for fast, efficient and cost-effective transportation and delivery of goods is growing, putting greater demand on logistics companies. The challenge of providing this all-encompassing package is a challenging one. The physical demands of sending staff, vehicles and goods over ever-increasing distances that cross continents, cultures, and legislation

International Thinking: Dot Comma

Language difficulties are often a major stumbling block in even the most well oiled supply chain. Dot Comma provides companies with precise translations A simple fact is that businesses require a smooth supply chain. It’s no great revelation that companies and logistics suppliers will invest considerable resources to ensure that the supply chain remains as efficient as possible. However, even the most efficient supply chain can be undermined by one

Containerships Interview: Les Warren

Containerships is a Finnish container transport company, which operates throughout Europe and within the Mediterranean and Baltic Seas. They have a fleet of thirteen sea-going vessels and over 14,300 individual containers. With over 45 years’ experience and 19 offices across Europe, they offer the best door-to-door service available. Containerships have dedicated terminals in Helsinki, Ghent and St Petersburg, and their own truck fleet in Russia, Finland, the UK and Lithuania.

The Veterinary Wholesaler

Founded in 1989 Founded in 1989, NVS is now the largest veterinary wholesaler in the UK, with over 460 employees and a market share in excess of 40 per cent. The company offers 18,000 product lines ; everything that vets use on a day to day basis from washing up liquid and cans of soft drink through to flea powder, pharmaceuticals and controlled drugs. NVS delivers daily to around 1950