Marcus Teo who previously worked with E2E has rejoined the company in the position of Assistant Manager of Customer Service
E2E Supply Chain Management, a Coop member in Singapore, takes on a new employee. However, Mr. Marcus Teo who has recently joined the company also has previous work experience with E2E.
After a 5 year stint with E2E, he left the company to join ST Engineering/Technology (a Singapore government-linked corporation). Presently, he has joined the E2E in the position of the Assistant Manager of Customer Service.
In the words of Alan Lim, the CEO of E2E Management, “We are really glad to have our former employee back on our team! I am confident that Mr. Teo will perfectly execute his role to the satisfaction of our customers and greatly contribute to our corporate objectives.”
Congratulations to E2E Supply Chain Management and all the best for their upcoming projects!
They are mostly exporting general cargo consisting of printed matter or equipment and tower cranes
E2E Supply Chain Management, a Coop member in Singapore, is handling DDU shipments from Singapore to South Africa, Europe, North Asia, Korea, Japan, Australia, and the US. They are moving cargo consisting of printed matter and equipment/tower cranes via ocean freight. They normally use equipment of 20ft and 40ft dry boxes, OT, flat rack, and occasionally BB or RORO vessels. Additionally, they are also providing packing services for some export shipments of used and new equipment.
Recently, they cooperated with Ocean International Freight Services, a Coop member in Southampton, UK, for exporting a set of new equipment to the U.K. by 1 x 40ft HQ & 1 x 40ft OT. They were responsible for customs clearance, container trucking, wooden packing with treated woods and loading.
To quote Mr. Alan Lim, the CEO of E2E, “Presently we are mostly using services of carriers like Cosco and HPL. Nevertheless, looking for an appropriate carrier with desired sailing schedule and competitive freight rates given the sky-high freight rate caused by the pandemic bottleneck is a considerable challenge.”
“After 15 years of experience in the freight forwarding industry, our team is well equipped to provide door-to-door transportation services. Regardless of the kind of shipment or the destination, our customers can expect affordable, efficient and speedy services,” adds Mr. Lim.
Congratulations to E2E Supply Chain Management and wishing them the very best for the future!
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!
These out of gauge shipments were moved by 40 ft flatrack containers and occasionally necessitated police escort
E2E Supply Chain Management, a Coop member in Singapore with 15 years of experience in the industry, is presently handling three important projects involving the shipment of tower cranes. The first shipment which was moved from Bangkok to Singapore consisted of 450 m3 of tower cranes by 6 x 40ft HQ Ex-work mode. The second cargo of 1,500 m3 of tower cranes is being transported from Hong Kong to Ashdod, Israel by 28 x 40ft HQ & 2 x 40ft FR. The 3rd shipment of 700 m3 of tower cranes from Busan, Korea to Brisbane, Australia, by 14 x 40ft HQ is still ongoing.
Standard lashing and choking services were employed for the safe delivery of the cargoes. They had to use several special equipment including 40ft flat racks due to the dimension of the cargo and a police escort was required for trucking PSA Port to the consignee’s premise during the night.
“We are very contented to start the new year with a batch of important shipments. We are already one of the major import and export handlers for different sizes of tower cranes in Singapore and this new year we aim to consolidate our position. Our clients purchase from Europe but mainly from the Chinese local market. After this project, we will also move the tower cranes to Asia pacific, regions in the middle east and Australia and Israel,” states Alan Lim, Chief Executive Officer of E2E Supply Chain Management.
Currently, E2E Supply Chain Management is moving one set (after dismantling) from Taiwan door to Melaka door by 40ft FR of 38 tons and 40ft HQ. “We are also one of the regular import and export handlers for different sizes of press machines. These press machines are regularly bought from China, Thailand, Philippines and Taiwan for Indonesia and Malaysia markets”.
Congratulations to E2E Supply Chain Management and wishing them the very best for their next project!