New Members in Vietnam: New World Logistics
24th February 2017
We are pleased to welcome New World Logistics as new members in Vietnam. With 28 employees, their head office is located in Nha Trang with branch offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Haiphong. The company are members of FIATA and their main services include:
- International Freight Forwarding
- International Multimodal Transportation
- Emergency Logistics
- Heavy Lift Cargo
- Project Cargo
- Mega Moves
- OOG Container Services
- Military Cargo
- Exhibition Logistics Services
- Shipping Agency Services
- Offshore Containers for Lease
- Survey Services
Chairman & CEO of New World Logistics, Andy Chinh will be attending the 2017 Cargo Connections Annual Assembly taking place in Vietnam in 2 weeks (12-14 March) - login to book a 1-to-1 meeting with our latest member today!
Andy states; "New World Logistics JSC was established at the beginning of 2007 with a motivated management team experienced in international freight forwarding, multimodal transport, heavy lift and project cargo. We have strongly and quickly developed into an excellent brand in both Vietnam and the international market.
As an international multimodal transporter, we are proud to supply a complete door-to-door package for sea, air and land. With a trained and professional team, good facilities and careful handling, we can safely and reliably manage any cargo."
"We look forward to the new opportunities for business development that Cargo Connections membership will bring."
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