Trailblazing oversized shipment of 155 tonnes for the Nurek Hydro Power Project in Tajikistan moved by Globalink

They successfully moved a project cargo where they used specialized equipment and also took charge of import customs clearance, discharge, and cargo installation processes

Globalink Logistics handled a project cargo weighing 155 tonnes with a height of 5 meters from China all the way to Tajikistan through Turkey’s Haydarpasha Port. They moved the cargo for the Nurek Hydro Power Project in Tajikistan- a project with which they have been involved for over 10 years. They are a Coop member in the following cities: Turkmenbashi and Ashgabat in Turkmenistan, Yerevan, Armenia, Tbilisi and Poti in Georgia, Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan, Baku in Azerbaijan, Aktau, Almaty, Atyrau, and Astana in Kazakhstan, St Petersburg in Russia, Dushanbe in Tajikistan, and Tashkent in Uzbekistan.

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Oversized shipment for Nurek Hydro Power Project


Upon reaching its destination, Globalink’s team in Tajikistan skillfully managed the import customs clearance, discharging, and cargo installation on foundation processes. Their team has been working with the Nurek Hydro Power Project for over ten years, expertly moving large volume of shipments from all over the world to Tajikistan. Moreover, the latest project was a challenging one where they had to navigate through the Black Sea and the Kerch Strait at precise timing to align with the Volga-Don river navigation season’s end.

Binur Zeinelova, Corporate Communications Manager at Globalink, stated, “Navigating the road segment of the cargo’s journey from Bautino Port through the challenging mountainous terrains of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan demanded specialized transport solutions. Furthermore, our strategic use of specialized multi-axel trailers, multiple 6×6 heavy-duty tractors, and comprehensive civil works guaranteed the safe passage of the cargo.”

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Project cargo by Globalink Logistics


Lastly, Globalink Logistics’ success in the Nurek Hydro Power Project affirms its position as a project logistics expert, adept at navigating oversized and heavy-lift cargo through some of the most challenging terrains. “This end-to-end management exemplifies our ability to oversee every logistical aspect, from transit to final delivery,” adds Mr Zeinelova.

Congratulations to Globalink Logistics for pulling off this complex shipment!

Headway JSC moves a shipment of 408 cars from Thailand to Vietnam

They transported the Mazda cars on Mercury Leader V.53 vessel from Laem Chabang port, Thailand, to Hiep Phuoc port, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Headway JSC, a Coop member in Hanoi, Haiphong, Da Nang, and Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, has recently moved a cargo of 408 Mazda cars via ocean freight. The shipment posed a few challenges since the shipping company didn’t have enough space to accommodate the deadline of the customer. However, the long-term strategic cooperation between Headway and the shipping line paid off and they managed to arrange an ad-hoc vessel for transporting the 408 cars to Vietnam.

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Headway moves 408 cars


In addition, Headway was responsible for inspecting the cars while receiving the cargo from the shipper. They also had to inspect the cars before loading them on the ship.

“Currently, we are one of the few leading logistics companies in Vietnam capable of dispatching ad-hoc vessels. This is allowing us to boost our competitiveness and overcome the difficulties and challenges in the global logistics market,” says Mr. Felix Nguyen, Managing Director of Headway.

Congratulations to Headway and the best for their upcoming projects!

Synergie Canada INC keeps growing with the induction of 32 new employees in 2022

The acquisition of Phoenix Bathurst – a reputed logistics company – has further boosted their capacity to offer end-to-end logistical services for their clients and partners

Synergie Canada INC, a Coop member in Montreal, Canada, has substantially expanded its operations. Since the beginning of 2022, they have welcomed 25 new employees to their team. Additionally, their involvement with Lionel-Groulx College is helping them find the best candidates for internships and student jobs.

With IATA /DGR certifications, they have specialized in sectors such as breakbulk, dangerous goods, time-critical shipments, trade shows, and government logistics.

This year, they introduced their bilingual webinars where they have been elaborating on the challenges of the logistics industry. In addition, they are presently developing their Trade Lane division. To this end, they are assessing the needs and developing the areas that will allow growth in all their main traded commodities.

To quote Katerina Hulis, Trade Lane manager Bulk & Projects, “We are lucky to have such talented energetic people in our team. On our part, we put a great focus on the wellness of our employees. We had to shift a lot to remote work and flexibility which allowed a life/work balance, especially during the pandemic. Lastly, our staff is dedicated to providing clients with logistics services that completely correspond to and meet their needs while reflecting the company’s core values- trust, innovation, agility, and fun!”

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Synergie Canada INC-A Coop member in Montreal

Congratulations to Synergie INC and all the best for their upcoming projects!

15 containers of brown sugar moved by Consolidacion Integrada from Guatemala to Korea

They transported the cargo from Quetzal to Incheon Port by using dry containers

Consolidacion Integrada, a Coop member in Guatemala City, has recently moved 15 containers of sugar from Quetzal to Incheon Port via ocean freight. Guatemala is the world’s 5th largest sugar exporter. Since 2017, Guatemala has exported over 14 million metric tons of sugar becoming the 2nd largest sugar exporter in Latin America.

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Sugar shipment by Consolidacion Integrada


The brown sugar was packed in bags before being loaded onto dry containers. In the words of Mr. Javier Giraldo, Manager of Consolidacion Integrada, “This shipment was challenging since it necessitated a lot of coordination and communication with the ocean carrier. However, our extensive experience in container shipping ensured the seamless execution of this project”.

Congratulations to Consolidacion Integrada and all the best for their upcoming projects!

Kopf & Lübben GmbH appoints a new Managing Director

Their new Managing Director Mr. Johann Padding will succeed Michael Guttrof, who left the company at the end of March 2022

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Mr. Johann Padding the Managing Director of Kopf & Lübben GmbH
Kopf & Lübben GmbH, a Coop member in Hamburg, Bremen, and Frankfurt, has taken on a new Managing Director. Mr. Johann Padding will assume the post of Managing Director from September 2022 along with Thomas Manigk. Until his start on September 1, 2022, Thomas Manigk will be the sole Managing Director at Kopf & Lübben GmbH.

Mr. Padding will succeed Mr. Michael Guttrof, who left Kopf & Lübben GmbH, after serving the company for 13 years.

Mr. Padding has worked in this industry since completing his logistics studies in the Netherlands and he brings a wealth of experience with him. After moving to Germany, Johan Padding initially worked for some well-known shipping lines before joining an owner-operated freight forwarding company in 2001. After its takeover by Kerry Logistics in 2012, Johan Padding became the branch manager for Bremen and Hamburg from 2015.

As stated by Mr. Manigk, the Managing Director of Kopf & Lübben GmbH, “We are very pleased to have gained such an experienced and well-respected person for Kopf & Lübben. In his role as Managing Director, Mr. Padding will provide operational and strategic leadership and drive the development of the company’s ocean freight, air freight, road, and rail transportation. Additionally, he will also take charge of the partner management of our worldwide agents and suppliers as well as the IT department.”

Wishing Kopf & Lübben GmbH all the best for their future endeavours!


E2E Supply Chain Management renews their ISO certification

As one of the trendsetting logistics companies in Singapore, E2E renewed this certification aiming for complete customer satisfaction

E2E Supply Chain Management PTE LTD, a Coop member in Singapore, has renewed its ISO certification. In the words of Alan Lim, the CEO of E2E, “We are delighted to have achieved this certification which is a testament to our commitment even though the process of this renewal took a few months due to pandemic.”

The renewal process will require their clients and suppliers to provide feedback to the certification team basing on KPI. All their clients provided positive feedback. In turn, the staff and the company are satisfied and even more motivated to strive and improve further.

This certification which speaks for itself is highly regarded in Singapore. Moreover, it is a relentless commitment to the company’s credibility that its current and prospective clients are aware of.

“Additionally, apart from providing professional advice with regards to the most desired route, this commitment includes sharing market intel of impending changes caused by the local, regional and global changes brought about by the pandemic and also, the ongoing Russian invasion,” adds Mr. Lim.

Congratulations to E2E Supply Chain Management and all the best for their future projects!

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ISO Certification of E2E Supply Chain Management



CIMC Anda Shun International Logistics spruces up their website to make it more functional

Their redesigned website of comes with useful features like cargo tracking, online ordering, help centre, and much more

CIMC Anda Shun International Logistics, a Coop member in Shenzhen, China, has revamped their website for an unparalleled browsing experience. While the website address is still the same, the revamped webpage is more customer oriented and user-friendly.

In the words of Lina Liu, from the Overseas Department of CIMC Anda Shun, “Our new website comes with an enhanced layout, new functional modules, and many new things for the customers to explore. Additionally, our wide international clientele has prompted us to include Spanish as a language for website browsing apart from Chinese and English.”

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New website of CMIC Anda Shun


The cargo tracking feature of the website will allow their customers to check their cargo status instantly by entering their waybill/airline number. Moreover, other new features of the website include- better content, enhanced layout, online order tool, HS Code query, seaports/airports query, shipping company query, FBA warehouse address, and forwarding FAQs.

“Even under the difficult market circumstances, we are striving to enhance our services for our domestic and international clients and partners”, adds Ms. Liu.

Congratulations to CIMC Anda Shun International Logistics and all the best for the future!


Mac Transport organizes a training talk for their employees to enhance their operational efficiency

They also expanded their team by welcoming five new staff

Mac Transport, a Coop member in Lima, Peru, has recently organized a training talk for their employees. The event called “Activate your Attitude 2022” took place in an auditorium of the Lima chamber of Commerce and was attended by their entire team. They organized this special event to commemorate their 14th Anniversary.

Mac Transport- logistics company in Lima
Mac Transport- logistics company in Lima


In the words of Mrs. Monica Mac Cunn, the General Manager of Mac Transport, “To cope with the global pandemic situation, we have adopted a system to improve our internal processes. We have implemented a training program for all our workers in different subjects such as digital tools, insurances, soft skills, and others. This will allow us to provide even better services for our international partners and clients.”

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Mac Transport’s employee training programme


Additionally, in order to improve the customs department, they welcomed two new teammates. Lastly, this month they hired 3 more workers. Mac Transport has also acquired many new clients from the health and pharmaceutical sector.

“Fourteen years ago, we started our journey with many dreams and a positive attitude. Over these years we have achieved a great many things and successfully increased our number of workers and clients. In spite of the rising freight rates and lack of space, we manage to serve our customers in the best possible way,” adds Mrs. Monica Mac Cunn.

Congratulations to Mac Transport and all the best for their future endeavours!

Abad Logistics takes on a new employee in the position of Overseas Manager

Their new staff, Mr. Arbin, will be specially in charge of all businesses to/from China

Abad Logistics Co Ltd, a Coop member in Seoul, South Korea, welcomes aboard a new employee. Mr. Arbin, who has joined Abad Logistics as the Overseas Manager will be primarily responsible for handling the projects to/from territories in China.

In the words of Mr. Nari Pak, the Manager of Abad Logistics, “Mr. Arbin is a valuable addition to our team. As one of the leading logistics service providers in Seoul, we handle plenty of shipments to/from several Chinese cities. Being extremely fluent in Chinese, Mr. Arbin will make it easy for us to communicate with our clients in China.”

Mr. Arbin will be in charge of all kinds of shipments including air/ocean/road freight. Additionally, he will also oversee special cargo, and dangerous goods and assume responsibility for customs clearance. In his words, “As the Overseas Manager, I will seek to provide the quickest response to our clients and also focus on providing a premium logistics experience at a competitive rate. I aim to fulfill my company’s mission and I would make sure to offer quality service for all my fellow Coop members.”

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Mr. Arbin from Abad Logistics

Congratulations to Abad Logistics and all the best for their future projects!


Ilogs Corporate becomes an IATA accredited agent

This international certification will greatly boost the reputation and prestige of the company and lead to increased industry recognition

Ilogs Corporate SAS, a Coop member in Bogota, Colombia, gets the IATA accreditation. This much-coveted accreditation enhances the prestige of logistics companies and helps them obtain greater industry recognition. The achievement of Ilogs Corporate is all the more praiseworthy because the requirements for this accreditation have become a little more demanding in the face of COVID.

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Ilogs Corporate becomes IATA certified agent


Moreover, obtaining this accreditation by freight forwarders in Colombia has become difficult and requires several guarantees. Thanks to the experience and expertise of Ilogs, they were quite vigilant in complying with each and every one of the requirements. To quote Ms. Martha  Mora, the Founder of Ilogs Corporate, “We are delighted to have become an IATA accredited Cargo Agent. Furthermore, this accreditation will secure our position as one of the best air freight forwarders in Bogota.”

The international airlines give free rein to agents who strive to obtain this important accreditation. Ms. Mora further adds, “The IATA accreditation has opened up an important opportunity for Ilogs in terms of enhanced service. Additionally, our expertise in the field of air cargo will make us the chosen forwarder of our customers and network partners from all over the world. Lastly, I would like to take this opportunity to thank my teammates for their dedication and effort which were the most important factors responsible for the success of our company!”

Congratulations to Ilogs Corporate and wishing them the very best for their upcoming projects!