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  • 08 Aug 2019 3:52 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 05 August 2019

    Hyderabad has gained a new freighter route, with SpiceJet operating six flights a week to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.

    The first Boeing 737-700 Freighter flight landed on 1 August, and arriving from Chennai at 21.45 and departing for Delhi at 22.45h.

    The service operates on a Chennai – Hyderabad – Delhi – Mumbai – Bangalore route and has the capacity for about 20 tonnes of cargo.

    Shippers will have greater access to markets in the Commonwealth of Independent States via Delhi, as well as quicker domestic deliveries.

    SGK Kishore, CEO of GMR Hyderabad International Airport says: “With the addition of this new freighter, customers will have more options to ship their goods within the country and beyond. The availability of high-quality, daily cargo services is essential for the development of trade especially in high-value and time-sensitive products.”

    Manjiv Singh, chief project officer of SpiceJet says: “SpiceJet is committed to invest in the growth of Indian trade and commerce. India is consciously taking bold initiatives like ‘Make in India’, promoting and growing our ‘Smart Cities’ and becoming a $5 trillion economy in the fastest possible time.”

    *NEWS SOURCE

  • 07 Aug 2019 3:06 PM | Anonymous

    This holiday notification is for your kind attention from 3F member PLATINUM SHIPPING & LOGISTICS LLC, United Arab Emirates.

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    Dear Partners,

    Please be informed that our office will be closed on the following days due to Eid Al-Adha  Holidays.
    Starting from 09-August  2019 to 13th August 2019

    Work will resume on August 14th, 2019 ( Wednesday 8:00 am UAE L/T)
    All import & export related documents should be provided to us before due time in order to avoid any delay.
    Unquote

    For your kind information.

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  • 06 Aug 2019 3:23 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 05 August 2019

    Terminal 2D was initially developed in 2009 for a container terminal expansion, but SOHAR Port and Freezone is now offering the 750,000 square metre waterfront site to businesses involved in the logistics and metal sectors.

    The port is promoting the site’s proximity to the surrounding industrial areas, available water and accessibility to logistics services that surround the SOHAR Port and Freezone.

    Commenting on the potential of Terminal 2D, Mark Geilenkirchen, CEO of SOHAR Port and Freezone said, “SOHAR is strategically positioned at the centre of global possibilities, and has a consumer reach of over 2.2 billion across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

    Potential customers are generally based outside Oman, so we aim to garner as many opportunities as possible to support them in setting up at SOHAR. Additionally, with the help of our One-Stop-Shop facility and the benefits we offer, investors will receive a favourable return on investment.”

    The One-Stop-Shop (OSS) service acts as a single-window for the port’s clients to obtain all necessary documents to operate a business. These include company registration and licensing, plot work and labour permits, visas, etc.

     “With several regional ports currently running out of space, SOHAR still has the capacity to further expand and attract prospective investments. Clustering is an innovative form of business. Therefore, the close proximity to our petrochemical, logistics and food clusters will also support the creation of upstream and downstream opportunities for further business developments. Moreover, as the Port and Freezone are both managed under a single entity, this allows for a seamless connection between the two, while also enhancing efficiency for feedstock imports and product exports,” Geilenkirchen added.

    *NEWS SOURCE

  • 05 Aug 2019 3:54 PM | Anonymous

    This notification is for your kind attention from 3F member CARGO MARKETING INTERNATIONAL, India.

    Mr. Nikunj Shah from Cargo Marketing informed us about the new regulations for Sea Cargo Manifest in India.

    The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs announced some changes in the regulation for filling Sea Cargo Manifest for all cargo arriving to India and  departing from India.

    The new regulations were effective from 01 August 2019, however there is a transition period till 15 September 2019 to make necessary changes.

    Regulations are applicable for all cargo discharging, transshipping or loading at India port and cargo transiting via India port.

    Sea Arrival Manifest (SAM):
    The details of Sea Arrival Manifest needs to be submitted to Indian Customs before a vessel's departure from the last foreign port call.

    Sea Departure Manifest (SDM): The details of Sea Departure Manifest needs to be submitted to Indian Customs before a vessel's departure from port of loading in India.

    With the new regulation, below additional mandatory fields need to be filled.

    1. Harmonized code (HS code): 6 digit HS code
    2. Import Export code (IEC code): 10 digit IEC of Indian customer
    3. Permanent Account Number (PAN): PAN of Indian customer

    For all your information.

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  • 02 Aug 2019 4:14 PM | Anonymous

    Freight Forwarders Family keeps expanding across Europe! Today we are glad to announce that AIR MASTERS CARGO joined among us from France as our new beginner level member.

    Let’s have a warm welcome to our new member on board of the Freight Forwarders Family. Wish you a great cooperation together!

    AIR MASTERS CARGO
    ADDRESS: 14 Bis Rue de la Grande Borne 77990 Le Mesnil Amelot, Paris, France
    CONTACTS: Stanislav Corotcov | Valérie Hindryckx
    TEL: +33(0)1 8098 4337
    WEB: airmasterscargo.lepadd.com

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  • 02 Aug 2019 11:00 AM | Anonymous

    Please be informed that Istanbul Denizcilik Nak. Ve Tic. Ltd. Sti., Turkey completed successfully their first year membership in beginner level and upgraded their membership to Verified Level.

    Kindly review company details as below:

    Company Name: Istanbul Denizcilik Nak. Ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.
    Membership Level: Verified
    Main Contact Person: Fatih Derin
    Tel: +90 216 622 71 11
    Fax: +90 216 622 67 76
    Address: Merkez Mahallesi Atatürk caddesi Sanat sokak No : 3 Sancaktepe, Istanbul, Turkey
    Website: www.istanbulogistics.com

    For all your information.

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  • 01 Aug 2019 12:06 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 30 July 2019

    West Africa Container Terminal in Nigeria has taken delivery of two Liebherr mobile harbour cranes.

    Officials and dignitaries from West Africa Container Terminal (WACT), the Nigeria Customs Service, the Oil & Gas Free Zones Authority, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council, and Onne Port visited WACT this week celebrate the commissioning of two new Liebherr mobile harbour cranes.

    WACT is located at Onne Port, in Rivers State, Nigeria, and operated by APM Terminals. It receives geared vessels and has an annual capacity of 314,000 TEU.

    Volume growth has been in the double digits for the last two and half years and the new cranes will enable the port to manage the growth while improving berth productivity and vessel turn around times.

    Other new equipment at WACT includes 10 terminal tractors and two reach stackers. With a depth alongside of 12m the terminal can handle vessels up to 4,500 TEU.

    *NEWS SOURCE

  • 31 Jul 2019 5:00 PM | Anonymous

    This notification is for your kind attention from our member Tianjin Anhai Logistics Development Co.,Ltd (Shanghai Branch), China.

    Their company name changed from Tianjin Anhai Logistics Development Co.,Ltd (Shanghai Branch) to A&E WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS LTD.

    They also completed successfully their first year membership in beginner level and upgraded their membership to Verified Level.

    Kindly review company details as below and update your records accordingly:

    A&E WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS LTD.

    Membership Level: Verified
    Contact: Justin Jiang
    Address: Room 510, Building A, Chamtime Corporate Avenue, No.899 Haining Road Jinan Dist, Shanghai, China
    Website: http://ae.arkics.com

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  • 30 Jul 2019 12:06 PM | Anonymous

    New partners are going on to join Freight Forwarders Family from all around the world!

    Today we are pleased to welcome TRI AXIS WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS PHILS INC. from Philippines as our new beginner level member.

    Let’s have a warm welcome to our new member on board of the Freight Forwarders Family.

    Wish you a great cooperation together!

    TRI AXIS WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS PHILS INC.
    ADDRESS: Room 422A & 425 Regina Building, Escolta St., Binondo, Manila, 1006, Philippines
    CONTACT: Ronaldo C.Sunglao
    TEL: +632 518 0233 / 353 0452 / 263 5357 / 986 8553
    FAX: +632 518 0233
    WEB: www.triaxisworldwide.com.ph

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  • 30 Jul 2019 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 30 July 2019

    Port of Oakland has agreed a long term lease for an off-dock drayage yard that lets a trucker collect a container in under 15 minutes.

    The Port of Oakland has announced a new 13-year lease for Shippers Transport Express (STE) to operate a 32 acre off dock logistics facility at the Port’s Seaport Logistics Complex through 2032.

    STE is a subsidiary of SSA Marine, the largest container terminal operator in Oakland by volume.

    SSA Marine has embraced the use of off-dock drayage yards that put containers directly on chassis for the shipper to collect, rather than retrieving the container from an RTG stack when the trucker arrives at the terminal.
    STE operates at four locations on the US West Coast, including Oakland.

    The new lease will enable STE to continue to offer its “express” service in Oakland.

    “Shippers Transport Express hauls 400 loaded import containers off the terminal every night,” said Port of Oakland Maritime Director John Driscoll.

    "That frees up space at the terminal for additional cargo and makes it easy to collect those containers for delivery.” The facility is just one mile from the terminal, but the difference in gate time is significant: under 15 minutes compared to approximately 75 minutes at the main terminal.

    “Import relocations are part of Oakland’s strategy to hasten cargo flow”, the Port said.

    “Other elements include night gates for truckers to ease daytime crowding and appointment systems for cargo pick-up.

    The strategy has cut significantly into truck driver transaction times that once extended beyond two hours”.

    STE will pay an average of US$4M in rent per annum for the site over the term of the lease, and the port will spend US$7M on paving the land for container parking.

    *NEWS SOURCE

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