BGI Worldwide Logistics Inc celebrates its 20th Anniversary!

A Coop member in Los Angeles, USA, achieved a milestone last February by celebrating 20 years in the logistics industry

BGI Worldwide Logistics Inc, a Coop member in LA, USA, which has been providing integrated logistics services for their customers, recently celebrated 20 years of business. The company which was created back in 1999, has grown from the dreams of founders, Bruce Robertson, and Gabriel Shweiri, to a company with multiple locations and nearly 40 dedicated professionals.



Discussing the milestone, CEO Gabriel Shweiri, remarked “It gives me great pride in joining BGI employees, customers, and business partners in celebrating the company’s anniversary. We have come a long way since the business was started in 1999 and we are very excited about our future as the company continues to thrive in somewhat turbulent times.”

BGI readied itself for future growth by completing the custom integration of a new operating platform, to increase productivity, increase efficiencies and provide better visibility of day-to-day operations. “Visibility is now a key customer requirement, and these web tracking capabilities provide BGI’s customers with 24/7 access to tracking information through a feature-rich online portal. BGI’s ability to provide leading edge solutions based on customer specific needs has helped the company to grow over the past 20 years and offers the promise of future growth.” adds Mr. Shweiri.

Heartiest congratulations to BGI Worldwide Logistics on their 20th Anniversary!


BGI Worldwide Logistics opens a brand new warehouse in Rancho Domingues near Los Angeles

BGI Los Angeles has enhanced their level of customer service with the opening of a new facility and the incorporation of a new station manager

BGI Worldwide Logistics has recently opened a 30,000 sq. foot warehouse facility in a move to broaden their supply chain warehouse services. In order to provide their clients with premium services, BGI-LAX has 15 full-time employees responsible for freight forwarding and warehouse operations. The new warehouse will be the hub of operations in the Western Region of the US.

The new facility includes consolidation and loading of containers for ocean export, deconsolidation, domestic distribution of import containers, cross dock operations and storage, along with personalized services according to customer requirements.

Hearty congratulations to BGI Worldwide for their expansion and wishing them all the best for the future.

For shipments from/to Los Angeles, do not hesitate to contact their team.

Dan Roberts
thecoop@bgiworldwide.com
www.bgiworldwide.com/

BGI Worldwide Logistics: 18 candles on the Anniversary cake

We would like to congratulate BGI Worldwide Logistics, a COOP member in Los Angeles, CA (USA), as they celebrate their 18th anniversary this month

Founded in February 1999 as a two-person operation, the company has grown to more than 30 employees with operations in various locations throughout the USA. Still in growth mode, BGI recently opened a new branch office in Houston, Texas and added in-house Customs Brokerage to its menu of services in order to better serve its import clients.

Gabriel Shweiri, BGI co-founder and CEO, stated, “We are proud to have reached this milestone in our ongoing history. We have had 18 years of hard work and growth and we are thankful for our experienced staff, customers, repeat clients, suppliers, and colleagues for their part in our successful business operations. BGI is committed to providing clients with an unparalleled freight transportation and logistics experience.” 

BGI is a full-service logistics company that provides ocean and air import and export, and domestic less-than-truckload (LTL), full truckload, and rail. Their specialty: delivering unique solutions to complex shipping problems.

Get in touch with the team to find out more about BGI Worldwide Logistics

 

TheCoop@bgiworldwide.com

www.bgiworldwide.com

BGI Worldwide new addition to the team

BGI Worldwide Logistics (A member of the COOP in Los Angeles, California) has recently signed the Licensed Customs Broker, Giselle Rodriguez. With the addition of Mrs. Rodriguez as an in-house customs broker, the company has increased their transportation capabilities. Mrs. Rodriguez has worked in the industry for over 10 years and has successfully facilitated numerous import supply chain transactions.

Gabriel Shweiri, BGI co-founder and CEO stated “We are committed to providing the best import/export experiences for our international clients. We believe that adding a licensed customs broker to our services portfolio delivers an exceptional import logistics capability for our new and existing clients.”. 

The new addition to the team has been made in response to the complex import customs clearance process into the United States; which is made far less frustrating and often less expensive by using professional customs brokerage services (which Mrs Rodriguez can provide).

BGI Worldwide Logistics, Inc. was established in 1999 and offers on-demand transportation for domestic and international third-party logistics services to commercial customers. They specialize in delivering unique answers to complex shipping problems.

We invite all members with shipments to or from Los Angeles, to get in touch with the BGI Worldwide Logistics a team.

 

TheCoop@bgiworldwide.com

www.bgiworldwide.com

BGI Worldwide Logistics ships a Hollywood legend

BGI WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS, a member of The COOP in Los Angeles, recently completed a the shipping of some rather unusual oversized cargo – a giant Marilyn Monroe sculpture to be installed in a Marilyn Monroe-themed shopping mall. 

The sculpture, along with 2 large toolboxes for the assembly and installation, was shipped in four sections- 1 x 20′ flat rack and 1 x 40′ Open Top. The sculpture successfully made it to Dalian despite copious amounts of bureaucracy at Chinese customs.

“The toolboxes were a challenge for Chinese customs; the boxes contained both non-consumables which would be returned after installation (power tools, hand tools, chains, straps, etc.) and consumables (sand-paper, latex gloves, paint, etc.) which wouldn’t. A lot of documentation and clarification was needed for Chinese customs to allow these items through,” said Charlie Turville.

The team’s patience and due diligence in the customs process ensured a successful outcome.

We invite members with shipments in Los Angeles to get in touch with the team.