Category Archives: Freight Forwarding

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LCL transportation from Bulgaria to New Zealand

New Zealand or almost the end of the world is interesting country providing interesting opportunities. The Bulgarian forwarding company KG CARGO Ltd. offers LCL ocean transportation from Bulgaria to New Zealand with consol box from Varna.

The consolidation container from Varna departs on every two weeks. Due the increased interest though, the departures become more often recently which lead to squeezing overall lead times.

The container is closing on the day before the scheduled departure.

Shipments are delivered in CFS  depots in the cities of Auckland and Wellington.

The transit time is as follows:

Varna – Auckland: 50 days
Varna – Wellington: 54 days

The transit time includes: time for departure from port Varna-West to Singapore, loading in Singapore and departure from Singapore to the New Zealand ports.

The logistics provider KG SID also offers  value-added services base on the consolidated container transportation:

– Pick-up of shipments from Bulgaria and the neighboring countries
– Export Customs Clearance
– Any other services that may arise in the course of the work.

For a quote please request your ocean freight rate.

For more information on schedules or for making orders, please contact KG CARGO – the Bulgarian freight and transportation logistics provider.

For more information on KG CARGO freight forwarding service please contact us.

Transportation services between Philippines and Bulgaria

Manila port - one of the busiest in the world

Manila port – one of the busiest in the world

The Republic of the Philippines, more commonly referred to as the Philippines is located in Southeast Asia, at 1,210 km from the coast of mainland Asia. The country consist of 7,107 islands, of which only about 10% are inhabited. Philippine  population is nearly 90 million. The capital is Manila, with a population over 11 million people which makes it one of the 20 largest metropolitan areas in the world.

The economy of the Philippines is still primarily agricultural, although light industry is growing. Philippines are 118th out of 178 countries in terms of GDP. Once the richest in Asia after Japan, the Philippine economy shrank in the early 1980s as a result of reduced demand for Philippine products. Attempts to improve the economy have been hampered by the large national debt of 77% of GDP. Interesting what would Greeks and Cypriots say to this.  Philippines is a member of the Asian Development Bank, World Bank, International Monetary Fund and other international economic organizations. Major trading partners of the Philippines are the United States and Japan.

Bulgarian forwarding company KG SID Ltd. offers a variety of freight and logistics services related to the transportation of loads  to and from the Philippines:

Export:

Air transport: We provide air cargo transportation from the airport Sofia as well as in specific cases from other airports in the European Union with the aim of offering cost-effective transportation at reasonable transit time.

LCL transportation: We offer service from Port of Varna as well as from the port of Antwerp. However, movement via port Varna is more cost effective with relatively the same tranzit time as the ocean movement via Antwerp.
In the port of Varna-West cargoes are consolidated and stuffed o a container which sails to the port of Singapore from where the goods are transhipped to Manila and Cebu ports. Container from Varna-West departs every 2 weeks and the transit time to Manila is about 40-41 days (includes transhipment time in Singapore) and to Cebu is 41-42 days.
For movement via Antwerp cargo is consolidated into CFS warehouse in Sofia, where every Friday a groupage truck departs for the Antwerp port where the loads are processed for final destination – CFS in  Manila and CFS in Cebu.
Transit time from departure of trucks from Sofia to the arrival at CFS in Manila is approximately 45-47 days, and to CFS Cebu approximately 51-52 days.

Ocean transportation export of full container loads: We offer services with various carriers via ports of Varna, Burgas and Thessaloniki, depending on your requirements for transit time and related transportation cost.

If you have any requests for air export, sea freight LCL or transport of full containers – FCL, please contact Bulgarian logistics and freight forwarding company KG CARGO.

Import:

Air Cargo: With the assistance of our partners from PFI Agents Network and Five Stars Network we offer airfreight transportation from Philippines via Manila airport to Bulgaria. Whether on a direct service to Sofia Airport or via some of the big European Airports, we can provide not only the air transportation but also such value added services like customs clearance and delivery do door.

LCL (Low Than a Container Load) – You can contact us direct for a quote on inbound LCL cargoes from Manila and Cebu to Varna. With excellent connections with leading NVOCC we can book your cargo from door to door with full transparency of cost and no hidden charges.
We offer services from CFS Manila and CFS Cebu via Hong Kong and via Singapore to Varna. Transit time in Hong Kong is about 41 days, and from Cebu about 42 days.

Ocean transportation of full containers – We offer services with various carriers via ports of Varna, Burgas and Thessaloniki, depending on your requirements for transit time and related transportation cost.  You can contact us direct for inbound cargoes of full containers from the Philippines.

If you have any transportation requests or require a quote for importing freight – via air freight,  LCL sea freight or ocean transportation of full containers from Philippines to Bulgaria or even near countries like Macedonia please contact Bulgarian logistics and freight forwarding company KG CARGO LTD.

For more information on KG CARGO freight forwarding service please contact us.

Freight quote – the elements

Very often on the phone or via e-mail I receives requests like “How much it will cost me to move a load from USA or China to Bulgaria”.  Literally !  Well, I would gladly quote them but I can’t. Neither will any other forwarder.  For the simple reason that the rate request is incomplete and provides no information that can help to make a proper price calculation.

Actually, the international transportation, though not a rocket science, is pretty complicated  process or set of processes and activities involving various participants, environments and regulations. That is why when requesting a rate it is highly recommendable that basic load information is provided from the very beginning in order to avoid clarification calls and mails – which is a simple waste of time.

Below we will list the main elements which your rate request should contain in order to get a proper proposal for transportation which to be backed by the opportunities to do the job. This will help you to make your cost calculation much more precise.

Address of loading/unloading:
For USA, Canada and EU countries it is enough to point out name of the city /town and the post/ZIP code and the country. But in order to get inland cost calculation for counties from South East Asia or India you should provide the complete address.Be precise!

Terms of delivery:
one of the most important and one of the most omitted elements. That is why we will discuss it in details in our next post. Here I would like to accent that providing the terms of delivery – FOB, EXW, DAP is great information for the forwarder as they will know what cost elements to include in the calculation.

Gross weight and package dimensions:
I have received many rate requests which contain only the gross weight of the shipment.  Or only the gross weight and the volume of the shipment. Well sometimes it is not enough especially when airfreight quote is needed. In airfreight there are certain limitations on the single unit dimensions and gross weight and this limitations vary from airplane to airplane. That’s why especially when you have packing different from typical cartons packaging – get as accurate dimensions per package as possible. This can save you very unpleasant surprises with cargo on-hold or rejected just because it can not physically fit into the cargo bay of the plane or container.

Description of goods:
I can never understand customers who are unwilling to disclose what is the commodity they want transported. If this is a secret – then do not use forwarder – call the mob for example they are good in keeping secrets. But if you need a good rate which considers your commodity – just advise it to the forwarder.  The shipping lines and airlines have specific rates for specific commodities.  So better this to be known from the beginning. For example – flashlights with batteries can be a pain unless you have advised in advance that the flashlights are with  batteries.

Insurance
We will discuss this in additional post but here I would like to accent that unless you explicitly ask for cargo insurance you will not be quoted one.  Why? Very easy – transportation is different activity from the cargo insurance and being not mandatory forwarders do not quote unless asked. But my recommendation is – ALWAYS ASK FOR INSURANCE.  Might increase your cost but not with much and makes your sleep undisturbed.

Goods value:
For most of the shipments goods value is related mostly to the cost of the cargo insurance. But for some specific goods like valuables providing goods value is a must.  Also it is good to know it as in some countries it is part of the calculation of the customs bond, duties and taxes.

Specific terms of transportation:
Keeping certain conditions in transportation of certain commodities might be crucial to the goods themselves. If you ship vaccines for example maintaining the the narrow temperature range is mandatory in order to have vaccines transported without destroying them. So – know and request any specific ways of transportation if different from the normally accepted for the certain carriage. For example if you move ocean freight know that the containers move in a high humidity environment with very wide temperature ranges.

In order to make your life easier the forwarding and logistics provider KG CARGO has developed a rate request forms for airfreight, ocean freight and road freight rate requests which can lead you in the process.

For more information on KG CARGO freight forwarding service please contact us.

Converting shipping cost to a single unit

The reason to write this article was a discussion in LinkedIn initiated by young internship Umamaheshwaran Sundaram who is looking to ways to convert and start providing quotes to a customer per ton. I should admit that similar attempts I have been trying since I have started in the freight forwarding – regrettably so far without huge success.

Why?

Freight forwarding by itself is an activity of coordinating and managing transportation of goods from their origin to their destination, encompassing many activities provided by various suppliers.

Imagine simple 1 CBM movement of LCL cargo from India to Bulgaria. Firstly you need to pick-up the goods somewhere in India – which is pretty big country. SO you need to higher a haulier – how this haulier will quote – per ton, per shipment, per truck or per CBM. Then your freight arrives in a warehouse – which might be your warehouse or warehouse of your co-loader, ord partner or directly the NVOCC. ANother cost or set of costs accrues here – warehousing charges – how they will be charged per CBM, W/M, tone or per shipment. In the warehouse your shipment will be staffed in an LCL container and moved to the port of origin – another set of costs billed per various units is generated etc. etc.

So in order to convert to single measuring unit, the one should consider too many factors you need to consider:

– projected loading of the container
– ratio volume to gross weight
– average number of shipments per one container
– average gross weight per shpt
– average volume per shipment

In todays  unstable market situation this is only possible to already established NVOCC or air carriers (even they face problems with calculating their cost).

So it is better to provide customers with list of cost for certain services and when it is per particular shipment to quote them exactly for that same shipment. I would be upset if customer knocks on my door and requests from me a quotation in single unit. And if they insist on this then I would insist that this unit is per shipment.

Only then both me and my customer will be satisfied.

KG CARGO is a Bulgarian freight forwarder who provides transportation and logistics services to and from Bulgaria.

For more information on KG CARGO freight forwarding service please contact us.

Hidden Dangerous Goods

Nowadays goods become more and more complex many of them containing substances which can harm health and environment. These commodities often represent hidden dangerous goods. Examples vary from batteries contained in the equipment to goods containing magnetized material – like speakers.

Transportation of such goods is a challenge for even the most prepared and seasoned forwarders. The result often is extensive discussion with the customers who pretend that their loads are not to be classified as hazardous material from one side and the claim of the carriers that the goods to be transported present risk to the safety of carriage. Air cargo transportation is the most concerned mode but this discussion is not rare when ocean transportation is negotiated as well.
Of course between the customer and carrier is the forwarder who takes all the negatives at the end.

This unpleasant discussion can be avoided if approached carefully and with necessary professional care.

Our experience as forwarders should alarm us anytime when getting the booking we bump into commodity which is likely to contain hazardous materials which are hidden to the customers. Typical example – batteries in equipment. I have recently carried shipment of electrical torches from USA to the Middle East. All looked OK until the carrier  – once they accepted the booking, has refused to load the shipment. The problem – unproper labeling from the shipper. The result – heavy additional cost for moving the freight back to shipper’s premises for re-labeling. In this case the customer accepted that it was the shippers fault that the packages were not properly labeled and they have beared the cost. But my question is why this shipment has been delivered to the airline at all. Why no one from the forwarding party at origin have ever noticed that this shipment is not “Ready for carriage” and why the shipper was not alarmed in front – before delivering to the airline.

It appears that the matter is a bit of a “twilight zone” for carriers and forwarders.

So what to do. As no one of course is able to know all the commodities and how to classify them, there are some simple rules which if followed can avoid disputes with customers or will soften them.

First thing, which everyone of us should do is to insist, when booking a freight or making proposal, to get not only the weight and dimension of the freight but also to request for the commodity. This is obvious, someone might say. Is it really obvious, however?  Think how many times when negotiating with customer on your question “what is the commodity” you received the answer “General cargo”? If you have never received such an answer – you are lucky one.

Second thing. When you know the commodity ask yourself – does this commodity contain hidden hazmat. I am sure that every forwarder with more than 2 years of experience can think and answer in 90% of the cases with yes or no to this question. If the answer is positive or in doubt, simply ask for the MSDS – each trader and producer has such a sheet. In most of the cases if goods have MSDS this means that it is probable that they are harmful to some extend. And to what extend it is – you can find in the MSDS.

Third thing. Check the MSDS. You do not even need to go through the whole of it. Just go at the Transportation and Storage sections and read – these are normally one two sentences – what it writes there.  If MSDS states that the goods have not special requirements for transportation – you can easily go ahead.  If you find the abbreviation UNxxxx where xxxx are four digits, stay tuned. The goods are dangerous so you need to consult with the DGR specialist in your company and the carrier.

Following this three simple steps will help you to alleviate potential conflicts with customers helping both them and yourself.

I would be happy if you share with me and the readers of this blog your experience, comments and thoughts.

For more information on KG CARGO freight forwarding service please contact us.

Beware prepaid freight and shipments from China

Recently, I have joined an interesting discussion in LinkedIn concerning the “Chinese system of prepaid LCL Shipments”

I am sure the majority of you have experience with this system which cannot be called Chinese at all because it is also applied in India and all over the world where there is no transparency of cost.

Regrettably none of the participants of the discussion has spoken about one very important point.

Chinese freight market is in principle FOB market – which means driven by the consignees not the shippers.

Normally the deals in China are made on FOB terms.  If any other terms of delivery are used – be careful.

If the Chinese supplier provides you and EXW rate for the products that they want to export that, in most of the cases, means that they do not have proper export license so when it comes to the export you need to “buy” such a license – which cost between 100-200 dollars.  This is the easier part because normally the consignee gets the proposal from their forwarder and knows in front all the costs involved – from warehouse where the goods are loaded up to the warehouse where the goods need to be finally delivered.

The difficulties come with the CPT, CIF, C&F quotations.  Than the buyer must be very aware of all the costs related to the delivery of the freight to them.  And here the system of hidden costs come in full power.  Chinese shipper goes to the forwarder and negotiates with them a very low rate – FCL, LCL, air – no matter the system is the same.  This rate is under priced – 15 usd w/m obviously can not cover the cost of LCL filled 40′ container and is very very low rate which does not cover the service.  The rate is normally to port or CFS and – now beware – “all local costs are for the account of consignee” The moment the buyer sees such a definition they should know that most probably the overall cost for getting the goods to their warehouse will be twice as high as the cost if the shipment has been moved FOB. Unless, the buyer has a clear quotation from his Chinese colleagues on DDU charges – my recommendation is – do not buy that “cheap” rate.  Because it is not “cheap” at all.

Rarely, it appears, and we should admit this, that the shipper and consignee have agreed to split the transportation terms – this is done only between longterm partners who trust each other and who know – both sides – how much the cost is from door-to-door.  But this situation has nothing to do with the unethical system of hidden costs.

How to avoid it.  It is simple. Whenever you buy from China and India – never ask local forwarders for a quotation. Turn to a forwarder at your end and ask for proposal which includes not only the ocean freight or airfreight cost to the nearest destination port or airport. Ask them to quote you to your door. Then you will  have a clear picture of what how much the delivery of the purchased goods costs.

For shipments into Bulgaria please do not hesitate to contact us for a airfreight  price or ocean freight quotation.

For more information on KG CARGO freight forwarding service please contact us.

Do forwarders understand their customers?

Recently I have read report published by Eyerfortransport which has been researching through various aspects of the relations between shippers and forwarders. As the link to the report download is not working anymore, I take the liberty to provide link for downloading the report here.

I would like to focus here at only one of the graphics – The Key Reasons Why Shippers do not renew Existing 3PL contracts.

Below please find a table which I have extracted from the diagram which is provided at page 15 of the report, which you can download from here.

Reasons Shipper 3PL
1 Cost creep 1 8
2 Poor Service 2 2
3 Alternative 3PL provides better service 3 5
4 Hidden cost 4 9
5 Alternative 3PL provides lower cost 5 1
6 Relationships management issues 6 3
7 Inefficient management by 3PL 7 4
8 Loss of logistics innovation capacity 8 10
9 Clashing firm cultures 9 11
10 Unrealistics expectations of 3PL from customer 10 6
11 Too high dependence from 3PL 11 12
12 Problems at evaluating the 3PL performance 12 7
13 Loss of control over 3PL 13 13
14 Latent Information assymetry 14 14

What impressed me most is the gap in perception for reasons for the shippers and forwarders.

In the first row we see that for the shipper the main reason for discontinuing 3PL contract is the Cost creep, where for the forwarders this is of less importance and they have rated this at 8th place. Strange isn’t it. Regretably the report does not deepens in how the shippers see cost creep. Sometimes they see the increase of the fuel surcharge and BAF  and involvement of Peak Season Surcharges as something which is done with only idea to have the shipper’s money staken without understanding the reasons for the increase – often being correct that there is no reason at all.

The other big gap is how shippers and forwarders see the Hidden costs. Shippers put it 4  place where for forwarders it goes on 9 place which is not a surprise knowing how many forwarders still practice this “techniques” especially from China to  Europe. I am personally have lost many deals because it has been difficult form me to explain to customers why the transparent prices are much better and at the end more effective as they give you clear picture on the transportation cost related to the “lower” hidden costs which you never know how much they are. I am sick of this practice, and as I see the shippers are sick as well. Why forwarders do not understand this – I do not know – do you ?!

Third big difference between the customers and forwarders is my favorite. The price issue. It appeared that from forwarers prospective customers are looking for nothing else but lower and lower prices. And here come some players that start pushing market down covering behind the slogan of – “agressive selling rates”. I hate this. It is strange how we forwarders detiriorate our own market and this is without push from the customers, because for them the price issue is graded at just 5th place.

Please look at the table and think on what is behind the figures. May this will help us to understand our customers better.  Any comments are welcome.

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The Resources of Small Size Forwarders

I would like to continue the topic about the small sized forwarders.  We all agree that the SME forwarders are more flexible than the bigger forwarding companies however they lack the resources and the buying power of the bigger forwarders. But is this the real case.

Should the SSF maintain a warehouse?

Should the SSF pay huge ammont for CRM and Order processing systems ?

Should the SSF pay huge software license fees for Microsoft products?

Should the SSF maintain huge employees department in order to have dedicated employees for various activities – like customs brokerage, inland deliveries, airfreight operations etc. ?

NO, NO and NO !!!

Believe it or not but a clever designing and planning of operations can compensate for the lack of various resources.

Here you are several advises and examples:

Bonded Warehouse

I am sure that all of you know what is the price to establish and maintain warehouse operations. In Bulgaria for example if you want to establish and maintain  the smallest bonded warehouse – for example to handle your inbound airfreight traffic you need to plan at least 60 000 eur annually – this is the smallest ammount. And it is a fixed cost. That means that whether you have traffic or not you are to plan these funds. But here comes the trick with the transformation of the fixed costs to variable cost. How, very easy – outsource this activity to a company which operates such a warehouse and which is relatively neutral.  Doing so you will pay only on a per shipment basis which makes you very flexible and competitive.

Customs brokerage department

In order to maintain a steady and smooth customs brokerage for your customers you would need to hire at least two customs brokers who know very well the procedures and daily follow the changes in this dynamic matter. I leave to you to calculate how much this costs – for salaries, social and medical insurances, training, hardware and software and other equipment. And you never know how long these employees will work for you.

If you sub-contract this specialized activity to several highly seasoned customs brokers you can easily transfer their professional experience into processing of your customers orders. Again on per shipment cost but not per employee cost. And the quality of your service will increase. If you monitor and control the process of course.

You can apply the above approach even to the level that you have a special company to handle your exports – physically at the airport.

Software and hardware

CRM, OMS, ERP etc. all these abbreviations bring the accossiation with payment of high license fees. Yes, correct … but only if you are MS dependend.

My advise – avoid Microsoft products as much as you can. This will save you huge money. Let me give you some examples:

Choice of Operation system – Ubuntu vs Windows –

after I get aquainted to the Ubuntu Linux distribution I should admit that Windows is no more.

Ubuntu is much lighter operatinal system than any MS operational systems (any of MS crap).

Ubuntuworks perfectly even on older hardware (especially on older hardware).

Ubuntu is very stable.

Ubuntu is far more secure than the MS expensive dirt.

and

Ubuntu is FREE. You pay zero for licenses. The only funds you would eventually pay are for the installation and training and this is only if you are not able to do it by yourself.

And Ubuntu comes fully equiped with the last Open Office distribution which I preffer to the heavier and more expensive MS Office.  For e-mail client you have a very wide choice but I recomend you choose between Evolution and Thunderbird.

CRM (Customer Relations Management)

There are many CRM solutions on the market but I will recomend you ZOHO CRM.

This CRM system has very good free version which in many of the cases will do a perfect job for your busines and will automize and streamline your marketing and sales processes. And  if you operations are not very sophisticated even your operational processes.  Though it has been made mostly for the computer services industry, it can be easily accustomed to your needs in freight forwarding.  I am using it and I ready to assist any of you in implementing it in your daily job.

I hope the advises here will work well for you and your business. And I want you to never forget one thing:

Forwarder is a Designer. Never stop to be one !!

Your comments, sharing and recommendations as well as critics are more than welcome !!!

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Cooperation between Small Forwarders

Mr. Mark J Willis from AFL Ambassador has commented on the post Small Size Forwarders that one of the ways for the SME Forwarders to stay at the market is to unite in some form of consortium.  I would agree to some extend but we should admit that cooperation between businesses is not an easy task.  Though the positive effects of such a cooperation are obvious especially for SME Forwarders, for one reason or another it is very difficult to build partnership in an integrated manner.  What I understand in integrated manner it is that you and your partner work like you are same offices but not two different companies,  sharing the costs, problems and at the end the benefits of course.

And believe me it is not only with two small forwarders. Same is valid when two offices of the same big company work to each other.  And in the bottom line it is – lack of trust.  So the question is actually not How to build successful cooperation but should be – How to build trusted relations.

Here are some ways to cooperate and increase your business.

1. Becoming agent of a big company

One of the ways for a SSF to benefit from wider network, eventually centralized billing system, sales leads generation and additional business generation is to become exclusive or official agent of some of the big guys. This however has its negative sides. Majority of the big guys sees the agents like potential competitors and cooperate with them on an adversary mode. I can share quite an experience here. Well there are also exceptions but they are very few.  At the end the big guys either want to buy the SSF for peanuts or simply enter the already explored and matured market.

2. Join a Forwarder Network.

This is a good approach for a SSF to increase its global reach without loosing its independence.  There are several things, however, which the SME should consider before joining such a network:

* Check the network site and find how reliable the network is.
* Try to assess whether the annual network fee will be justified by the potential business you might generate by joining it
* Find out whether the network can issue their own HBL and HAWB and how members can use this opportunity
* Check whether there are some strict ethic standards
* Check how payment among members is arranged – is it no member to member basis or there is clearance procedure in place.

Checking all this will save you the unpleasant feeling you might experience if you find that you have paid 2500 USD annual fee for a membership in a network where the number of members for certain area is unlimited, you still have to issue your own HAWB and HBL and network can not assist you in a dispute you might run into with another FFN member.

3. Build own partnership network

Another way is for SME to start building up its own network of partners.  Very tough and time consuming process.  But this at the end can benefit you with very good partners – again SSF in their locations – with whom you can start building integrated network based on trust.  The third approach is good one but it is very time consuming. So if you want to have a network build on trust – start it now

4. SEKO approach

I really like it. Connecting independent forwarders under common brand. I think this is the most integral way of cooperation where the strengths of SME forwarder are combined with the strengths big forwarders have.

I would appreciate your input and your comments.

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The Small Size Freight Forwarders

I am receiving a good deal of news concerning the freight forwarding and logistics. In all this news however, the word is about only the big names in our industry.  Yes, exactly  the guys that boast with their hundreds of millions or billions dollars of annual revenues who handle big traffics for big manufacturers and traders worldwide. I understand this as these big players at the end are the industry leaders. But what about the small sized forwarders. Those with up to 5 employees personnel. Shall we continue underestimate them.

The small size forwarders (SSF) – these guerrillas at the market battlefield, carry more value than you can imagine. Most of the big guys were SSF’s ones. Have you forgotten this. The SSF presents very important part of the freight forwarding market. Well, they are not the market leaders, but very often they are the niche developers. And often niches become markets, sometimes big ones.

But what stops the SSF to become bigger?

SSF’s are so much operationally concentrated that they often forgot to look around and miss the big picture. In order to save money they have cut some important activities like knowledge interchange.

Being on a tight budgets they often neglect the opportunities the new technologies present to them. And for a very stupid reason – the SSF believes that new technologies are available only to the big guys as only the big guys can afford them. Which is absolutely wrong.

The SSF readily accepts new customer orders but rarely makes pro-active efforts in attracting new customers.

I believe that if the SSF succeeds in overcoming the above three issues it will grow to an extend where the big guys must pay them respect.

And to the big forwarders I would say – beware the SSF because they are much more dangerous than your main competitors. The day the SSF realizes how to grow further is the day the big forwarders will loose big market share.

Your comments and discussions on the topic are more than welcome !!

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