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Proud new IATA agent – ITJ Interview

At the beginning of April Pavlos Poutos, CEO and managing director of Marinair Cargo Services, was proud to announce that the Greek company that he established in 2007 is now an official Iata agent. The ITJ was on the scene. Congratulations, Mr Poutos! What can you add to this great news that we’ve just received? Thank you very much, we’re very...

Freight Rates

Freight crisis – How Marinair deals with it

From 2017 to today it is estimated that freight rates have dramatically increased around the world. Freight rates have increased significantly over the past six months, and as the year goes on they are going to continue to rise. Many factors contribute to why transportation costs have been increasing. The shipping industry is experiencing a tight capacity market, which means there...

India: Changes in tax regulations and future economic growth

India launches e-Way bill system as mandatory since April 1st, 2018 upon the regulation of the new tax regime GST. The e-Way bill applies for the transportation of goods in India; which will make economy more integrated into tax system and will help government to increase tax collections. Marinair India is fully integrated under the tax regime and can easily...

Greece – International Freight Center

The Transport & Logistics Industry is one of the most important sectors of the national economy and a major source of income, wealth and prestige for Greece, as it reaches 10.85% of GDP and €19.8 bln. (according to Hellenic Logistics Association’s [EEL] 2014 study). In a challenging global environment, the Greek Transport & Logistics community is heavily investing and expanding...

Fruitful efforts

Our CEO’s interview, published in International Transport Journal (ITJ), Issue 39-40, 2017 A conversation with Pavlos Poutos takes you straight to the pulse of the Greek transport industry. Marinair’s CEO has an extensive network – and knows how to plan in advance. How happy are you with how things are going, Mr Poutos? We’re developing very well at Marinair, despite the crisis, and we’ve recently...