Marinair

Airfreight overweight – ITJ Interview

The founder of the forwarder Marinair, from Piraeus (Greece), an airfreight solutions specialist, underlines how crucial a global presence is for survival. The Dutch subsidiary of the WCA member has been accepted into the national forwarding association Fenex. Your firm has two offices in Europe, one in Hong Kong and four in India, Mr Poutos – in some of the...

Marinair joining TALA

The Aerospace Industry Every minute, thousands of airplanes and other aircrafts are in flight.Commercial flights, cargo flights, military operations, private transports, emergency and research aircrafts are only a handful of examples.It is more than obvious, that the aerospace industry is of significant size, let alone importance, to everyone.It keeps expanding exponentially and the need for specialized forwarders is also increasing...

Choosing Marinair as the right forwarder

When it comes to international cargo forwarding and transportation, choosing the right forwarder is inextricably linked to your business success. That’s why they should be a trusted partner for your logistics needs. In this fast-changing world which is highly reliant on supply chain optimization, cost efficiency, timeliness, and consistent service, shippers, importer, exporters and others involved in the supply chain must make a...

Marinair expansion to Eastern Europe

The clouds hanging over Greece would appear to have some silver linings. Marinair has forged new plans, adding expansion to Eastern Europe to its new activities in India and China. We have focused strongly on the export of perishables such as strawberries, olives, potatoes and coconuts, by sea and by air. Read Full interview at page 48 in International Transport Journal Issue 39-40/2016 with...