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 . . . → Read More: Transportation services between Philippines and Bulgaria
For your LCL ocean loads from Bulgaria to South Africa we offer weekly departures from Sofia CFS via Antwerp to South Africa and forthnightly service from Varna CFS via Singapore.
Ports served: Capetown, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg.
Service from Sofia CFS:
Weekly departures from Sofia CFS. Closing Thursday end of the day. Departure of . . . → Read More: LCL from Bulgaria to South Africa
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 . . . → Read More: Beware prepaid freight and shipments from China
Below I am posting the comment made from Mr. John M. Daley in the discussion Did you ever read the backside ( risks, obligations, jurisdictions ) of you Bills of Lading which has been opened at the Freight and Logistics Professionals group of Linkedin.
Comment on Terms of Carriage on the backside of . . . → Read More: Comment on Terms of Carriage on BOL
Recently I have followed an interesting discussion in Freight and Logistics Professionals group of Linkedin. The discussion has been opened by Mr. René Woestenburg and the topic is:
Did you ever read the backside ( risks, obligations, jurisdictions ) of you Bills of Lading.
The discussion attracted . . . → Read More: Risks, obligations, jurisdictions of the Bill of Lading