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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 determination...

Marinair Cargo Services at WCA Conference at Singapore

This year the WCA conference that took place at Singapore on from 9th – 13th Feb was an absolutely impressive event.The attendance of so many Logistics professionals from all over the world was incredible.This is one of the biggest Network event for Transport industry. 2100 Forwarding Agents from all over the Globe and more than 4000 people participated and started sharing Ideas for...

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 Specials...

Welcome to Marinair new website 2016

After a couple of months of planning, we are delighted to announce the launch of our new website. We wanted a new website to better collaborate with our partners, clients and associates on that which we are most passionate about: highly professional service on air ambulance and medical escorts for commercial repatriations. We hope you like the fresh new look to the...

Bailout agreement could help ailing Greek supply chains back to business

Greek importers have struggled to pay their bills in recent weeks as transport options have narrowed, a local forwarder told The Loadstar. And with banks closed, those in the Greek supply chain have demanded to be paid in cash! The bank closures created problems in paying overseas partners and vendors, while at the same time vendors and partners started to ask...