Globalcare Logistics INC creates a dedicated department for trucking services

They have welcomed two new members to their trucking department for expanding their current capabilities by sourcing more vehicles and equipment

Globalcare Logistics INC, a Coop member in Atlanta, USA, has created a dedicated trucking department. They have also welcomed aboard two new members to further enhance their road freight services. Additionally, they are sourcing more vehicles from small vans to 53’ trucks as well as special equipment such as flatbeds, drop decks, goosenecks etc. Moreover, at a time, when the trucking industry in the US is beset by numerous problems, their new endeavour will help them overcome the ongoing road freight challenges.

Globalcare Logistics- freight forwarder in Atlanta
New trucking department of Globalcare Logistics INC


To quote Mr. Anthony Fordham, the President of Globalcare, “With more direct access to owner-operators we are looking forward to providing our customers and overseas partners competitive pricing. Furthermore, our comprehensive road freight services will help to counter the rising trucking costs in the USA.”

In addition, Globalcare Logistics has welcomed on board Robert “Bo” Gaal to spearhead these enhancements along with Jo Mantineo. Bo brings to Globalcare over 15 years of experience in the full truckload and dedicated vehicle arena. “Lastly, his knowledge of the trucking market will also make us more dynamic. Together, they will take care of essential tasks like quoting and handling pickups and deliveries on road, air & ocean imports and exports,” adds Mr. Fordham.

Congratulations to Globalcare and all the best for their future endeavours!

Globalcare Logistics moves an extraordinary cargo consisting of 10 live birds of prey!

The US-bred falcons were ordered for the Emirates of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court

Globalcare Logistics, a Coop member in Atlanta, USA, has coordinated a shipment of 10 live falcons. The falcons which were bred in the USA were meant for the Emirates of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court. The falcons started their journey on a charter flight from a local airport close to their habitat from where they were taken to New York. There, a dedicated vehicle met the charter before transporting the birds and their breeder for inspection at US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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After being cleared by the US Customs, they were immediately transported to the carrier Royal Air Morocco to board a direct flight to Casablanca that evening. “With guidance from the supplier on specific handling and care for the birds, and constant communication between our team, the carrier and the receiving party, the birds were safely moved without a single delay. The move was a complete success and all the parties are very happy with the project!” says Mr. Anthony Fordham the President of Globalcare Logistics.

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Congratulations to Globalcare Logistics and wishing them the very best for the future!