There are many questions that occur these days due to the State of Emergency. Especially in the international cargo, import and export transportation sector. We will answer the most frequently asked questions about State of Emergency freight in this special post. Read More
You can find our principal offices in Gijón, though we also have logistics facilities in the Barcelona logistic area in the harbour. But it’s from Gijón that we coordinate most of our transports that we organize to anywhere in the world. Whether its by land, sea or air, all our transports come through our office at Teodoro Cuesta st. 12, Gijón.
Every time we do some shipping to South Africa (or from this amazing country), at the tip of the African continent, many of its astonishing surprises come to our mind. This country offers a lot of jobs, it has 3 capitals and an impressive cultural variety. Read More
Surely sometime you’ve heard about ghost stories in imports and exports about hidden shipping costs. Actually, there is nothing to fear about that because there are no hidden costs but ignored ones. If, from an economic point of view, import or export makes sense for you company, doing so is only a matter of taking into account all the possibilities and having good information either internally or externally.
Today we’re gonna talk about some of those wrongly called hidden importation expenses or hidden shipping costs that you should always consider in your operations. Read More
Globalizing your company is as exciting as it is confusing and complex.
There are many emerging doubts about the process, ones that should be answered, whether about production, communication or, in our case, logistics and distribution.
At LA LUNA shipping® we have worked with relevant internationalization projects. For example, we collaborate in the initial distribution and later in the sales logistics of Riot Cinema Collective’s “El Cosmonaut” and on the other with Studio Banana Things® distributing worldwide its successful and strange “Ostrich Pillow®”
If you want to know how they were able to logically manage their success, keep reading:
Last week we travelled to China to visit our agents in Hong Kong and Shenzhen and we also got to Singapore, where we arranged new collaboration agreements with local enterprises strengthening our presence in South Asia and offering new services. We open up the Eastern Doors to our customers, specially those interested in imports/exports to and from Asia.
We’ve just returned from a very long journey, to one of the furthest places on Earth (from western Europe): Australia. We have strengthen contacts with other local transport companies by which we increase our presence in Oceania. And now we have a new agent. From his headquarters in Melbourne he will give us coverage to the whole country. Read More