Sinocarry Logistics signs BSA agreements with several prominent airlines

They have also been licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission that will provide them with sufficient space from shipping companies

Sinocarry Logistics Co Ltd, a Coop member in Shanghai, China, has signed BSA agreements with several airlines and obtained license by the FMC. This will allow them to increase their market reputation by providing efficient sea and air freight services at a competitive rate. Additionally, their FMC license has allowed them to get a lot of space from shipping companies. Mr. Walter Wang from Sinocarry commented “This achievement will mean that we’ll need more investments, more competent employees and get more customers. Nevertheless, we also need to work harder to move forward in the direction of success.”

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Sinocarry Logistics boosts their air cargo services


Sinocarry’s NVOCC, and IATA certifications have also allowed them to position them as unchallenged experts in this sector. Moreover, presently they have sufficient funds to carry on more investments in these sectors. “What’s more important is that we always provide high-quality services and rates for our partners. Right now our first priority is to strengthen cooperation with our partners to resist risks. We firmly believe that cooperation is the basis of win-win scenario,” adds Mr Wang.

Congratulations to Sinocarry Logistics and wishing them best for their future endeavours!




Imperial begins shipping temperature-sensitive COVID testing kits

Added to this, they are also transporting testing kits for the public health departments in Botswana, South Africa and Namibia on a weekly basis

Imperial, a Cooperative member in Zurich, Malmo and Shanghai since 2019, has played yet another key role in the global fight against COVID-19 with the movement of more than 2,000,000 COVID-19 testing kits from Xi’an and Shanghai, China, to Italy in conjunction with its network partner in Milan.

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The Imperial team sending out time critical, cold chain shipments from China to several countries

The urgent testing kits – with a total volume of 48 cbm – were transported by airfreight in blue ice boxes, to conserve temperature within the critical range of -15 degrees to -25 degrees. Imperial was also responsible for arranging temperature-controlled pre-flight storage and ground handling of the cargo, as well as chilled road transportation from the factory to the airport.

The routing of the shipment was also critically important, both to eradicate any risk of temperature excursions en route, and to ensure delivery within the strict limit of 144 hours from origin to destination.

As said by Joshua McLarin, Managing Director of Imperial China: “We are really proud of this successful project, which was challenging due to the time constraints and the need to obtain capacity at short notice. End-to-end supervision and scrutiny of all supply chain elements was also vital to eliminate any risk of damage to the shipment contents.”

“We are pleased to have played a part once again in the war against the pandemic, and we thank our partners in Milan for their professionalism and team spirit”.

Imperial is also now handing the weekly shipment of testing kits for the public health departments in Botswana, South Africa and Namibia.

Congratulations to Imperial and all the best for their upcoming projects!

Imperial contributes 30% of the total freight volume for the inaugural China-Europe freight train

They move a shipment of 2,100,000 protective gowns by rail from Zhengzhou to Helsinki

Imperial – a member of the Cooperative Logistics Network in Malmo, Zurich and Shanghai – has taken one third of the entire capacity of the inaugural freight train from Zhengzhou to Helsinki, with a mass consignment of 2,100,000 PPE protective gowns for health workers.

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Imperial moves 1/3 of total freight for the first China-Europe freight train

The cargo – destined for Helsinki General Hospital – occupied 13 40’ dry containers, weighed 156,000 kg and was packed in 15,110 cartons. Imperial managed every aspect of the shipment, overcoming problems of space availability, loading at origin and customs complications.

international logistics service providerA further 10x 40’ containers are following in a second major shipment.

According to Joshua McLarin, the Managing Director of Imperial in China, ”We are excited to be one of the first forwarders to utilize the newest China-Europe rail freight service, and to have been able to support it in such a major way. The service is a key element in the growing Belt and Road Initiative, boosting business between China and Europe”.

Congratulations to Imperial for this commendable endeavour!