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October 2019


Global Key Family Network Annual Conference, Barcelona 2019

Global Key Family Network Annual Conference, Barcelona 2019 1170 658 La Chang

Think Global Logistics (TGL) being the Australian founding member of the Global Key Family Network attended the 2019 annual conference in Barcelona.

Over the course of the event, TGL reps held over 30 meetings with potential and existing partners from more than 20 countries. The standout of the event was the big contingent from Latin American nations.

Through these interactions, the TGL team were able to learn and gain valuable insight into these niche markets. In addition, the team are now working towards closer trade ties with countries such as the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Honduras, Columbia and Puerto Rico.

Of course, TGL’s additional partners in already established markets such as Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Netherlands, Canada, and Kenya, were also acquired to further boost TGL’s capabilities in these trade lanes.

TGL will continue to participate and sponsor such global events so that our network is further strengthened. We do this so our customers can rely on our ever-growing network to provide them with the service they have come to expect from TGL.

Southern Chinese port of Guangzhou port expands freight services

Southern Chinese port of Guangzhou port expands freight services La Chang

Southern Chinese port of Guangzhou expands freight services to US east coast opening a new container line.

The route is operated by international shipping giants including Maersk Line, MSC, ZIM, Hamburg Süd, and Hyundai Merchant Marine, with a total of 12 large container ships of 8,200 to 8,500 TEU. The ships will stop at Nansha Port every Monday, first to reach the Port of Newark in 32 days and then Charleston Port in 37 days.

This new route to the east coast of the United States will provide a fast and direct shipping service to the clients.

As the end of August 2019, Guangzhou Port Group operates 154 container liner services, including 109 foreign trade routes and 45 domestic trade routes what makes one of the busiest ports in South China.

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