We are in December, the month with the most shipments of the year. A time when companies increase their consumption movements, individuals for gifts, and online stores pass the hangover of Black Friday. The increase in shipments is so large that the demand may surpass the supply of many operators. We explain how to cope with this “Nightmare Before Christmas.” Read More
You are thinking about making one of the biggest jumps in your life. You have decided you are going to take up work in Australia or have found a job in New Zealand: this is not the only reason. Also it is the matter of distance. In fact it is the greatest possible distance that you will travel. However, you have already decided, the conditions are adequate, and you are so prepared that you don’t know why you still have doubts about what to bring with you. First Tip: bring what you will need the most on the plane. We all know that your suitcase will not fit everything and overstuffing your suitcase is impractical. . . so here’s a Second Tip: keep reading.
When we think of our shipments that go to Greece we imagen the country of the sea, or seas, since there are so many that bathe its coastline. When you think of our shipments to Greece, we come up with the image of the country of the sea, or seas, as many seas bathe its coastline. Its shores (yes plural) are found in the Mediterranean, but in turn the Ionian, the Aegean, the Cretan, the Libyan, and even the Adriatic seas. We call Malta the most Mediterranean country with all the seas and Italy as the land of beauty. But, let’s talk about the Hellenic Republic, its official name. A small nation with a lot to offer.
We do many shipments for Erasmus students around Europe. Somehow we become a nexus between them and their families, friends and, of course, favourite meals. And we also like to help when they embark on their adventure with excess baggage. If you cannot check it in, you can always ship it with us. Behind all these Erasmus shipments there are lots of stories, some we imagine, others that they tell us. But before them, there are many questions. Read More
En Asía han surgido grandes imperios y algunas de las economías más importantes del mundo. China, Japón, India, auténticas potencias que concentran una gran parte de la población mundial. Entre Asia y Oceanía está el Sudeste Asiático, un conglomerado de penínsulas e islas con un gran peso en la economía global. Entre los países que forman esta región, uno destaca y no por su tamaño. Hablamos de la ciudad-león, la ciudad-estado y la ciudad-global, Singapur. Read More
The concept of a carbon footprint is a complex calculation that sees what greenhouse gases (GHG) our actions emit, which allows us to study ways to make sustainable transports with lower environmental impact. The concept is based on different international regulations such as PAS 2050:2011 or ISO/TS 14067:2013, but in simple terms: the more gases emitted for a product to get from point A to point B, the greater its carbon footprint.
Our job is to transport things from one point to another. Whether they’re products manufactured in Asia that are imported to Europe (or vice versa), personal effects from Spain to any point in the world, or artworks, the transport of art is one that requires a lot time, experience and talent. Read More
Across Asia and beyond the Chinese seas are islands of considerable size that form one of the countries with the most contrasts that one can visit: Japan. In addition to being one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, Japan is also one of the most liberals when it comes to its economy. And let’s not forget their culture, which has crossed borders and influenced teenagers across the world
Nowadays immediacy is the word to describe everything. Information is power and it’s fast in the digital era. This is why tracking has become essential. Transport companies keep monitoring all shipments. But sometimes people think we forgot about their service. They wonder why there’s a big gap between some tracking updates. Today we explain how it works and why that happens.