Their customer demand for frozen goods transportation have increased particularly via the Mong Cai border gate
Headway JSC a Coop member in Hanoi, Haiphong, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, has recently moved more than 108 tons of cargo consisting of frozen seafood on the Nha Trang- Mong Cai route.
To quote Felix Nguyen, the Managing Director of Headway JSC, “In general, through the achievements and development strategies in new markets, typically through Mong Cai border gate, Headway comprehensively meets the increasing demand of customers for transporting frozen goods, while creating conditions for sustainable development for Vietnam’s logistics to shine in the international market.”
Mr Nguyen further explains that according to a report from Mong Cai International Border Gate Management Board, as of June 15, 2023, the total weight of imported and exported goods through Mong Cai border gate reached nearly 753,000 tons, up 265% over the same period last year. “This opens up opportunities as well as poses great challenges for import-export enterprises and Vietnam’s transport industry to recover after a long period of hibernation due to the closure of borders,” he adds.
Headway is presently leveraging transportation routes that link the South to the North via the Mong Cai border gate. In addition to seaport and inland waterway systems, these routes contribute significantly to the rapid transit of goods between the Vietnamese and Chinese markets, helping to complete the supply chain of refrigerated goods through many different modes of transport.
Congratulations to Headway JSC and best of luck with their upcoming projects!
In November they held a re-branding ceremony participated by a member of their Board of Directors and managers of all their offices to launch a new brand logo on their social media pages
Headway JSC, a Coop member in Hanoi, Haiphong, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, has recently rebranded its logo for developing its brand identity. The rebranding ceremony took place with the presence of a member of their Board of Directors and managers of their offices. On this day they launched a new brand logo on social media. The new logo will replace the old logo on their websites, trucks, warehouses, uniforms, documents, and office stationery.
They based this new logo on the logotype style with two leading brand colours- blue and red. Additionally, they are hoping that this new logo will bring a modern liberal, and reliable feel that will be on par with the trend of the global logistics sector. “Inheriting the traditional values of its predecessor, the stylized W in the logo shows a straight-through representing Headway’s strategic aim of becoming a leading logistics company in Vietnam and reaching the world.”
Mr. Felix Nguyen, Managing Director of Headway commented, “We will approach customers with a new professional appearance while providing them with the same trustworthy and value-added services. Moreover, the meaning of this new logo is that we should keep moving forward and never stop improving every aspect of our services to bring in the best advantages for our customers, partners, and shareholders. Lastly, we aim to build the Headway brand on a national as well as global scale.”
Congratulations to Headway and all the best for their future endeavours!
A Coop member in Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi, Vietnam, handles a cargo consisting of 631 automobiles by BMW
Headway, a Cooperative member in Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi, Vietnam, has just completed a vital project where they had to re-export 631 cars for BMW and MINI from Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, back to Germany. The cars had been stuck in Vietnam since 2016 due to some issues with the importer’s documents.
“It is a great honour to be selected as the Automotive Logistics Provider by BMW for handling this special cargo from Vietnam to Germany. Headway also won a 3-years contract to transport BMW and Mini Cooper cars from Germany to Vietnam with an annual volume of more than 2,500 cars” says Felix Nguyen, the Sales and Agency Director of Headway. Headway, which has been offering valuable logistics services for top automobile brands for more than a decade, has established themselves as one of the key figures in the automotive logistics industry in Vietnam.
Mr. Nguyen further adds, “We have been handling automotive cargo for the last 15 years and we have already worked for high profile customers such as Mitsubishi, Peugeot, KIA Motors and Mazda. Therefore it shouldn’t come as a surprise that BMW entrusted us with this project. This complex project took 2 months to complete and our customer is more than satisfied with the outcome,”
Congratulations to Headway for successfully handling this important shipment!