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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...

Golden October rings in year-end business

WCA member Marinair Cargo Services, whose headquarters are in the Greek port of Piraeus, is optimistic for the forthcoming peak logistics season. Founder and CEO Pavlos Poutos recently told the ITJ that he expects larger volumes of goods to arrive by air and sea from India and the Far East by the end of the year, with on forwarding to...

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...

From Greece to the World

From Greece to the world. Pavlos Poutos worked in the freight forwarding industry from 1999 to 2007, and then founded his own firm, which is headquartered in Piraeus (Greece). ITJ editor Andreas Haug caught up with the Marinair CEO to ask him about the current situation. Are the times good to be operating a new business like yours in Greece...