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
There are places that transcend international pop culture and become commonplace. Mexico is a country whose topics have gone so far away from its reality and variety, though this has also become a way of understanding their culture. Mexico, according to some, is the belly button of America. To others, it’s the pinnacle of hispanic culture. Discover Mexico with us. We will tell you what we can offer you for your transportation services to and from America’s navel. 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:
United Arab Emirates are known for the huge wealth they have extracted from their land. But if there is one of the emirates that shows off their fortune is Dubai.
The small region located in the Persian Gulf has enjoyed throughout its history of being the center of many trade routes. Some people calls it “the Venice of the Gulf.” It began by selling pearls to world, but at the 60s their greatest symbol radically changed its color: oil. But despite being a major exporter of black gold, the emirate’s economy flows between construction, trade and financial services, and some tourism.
New Zealand may be the furthest corner of the world for most europeans. In fact, if we take a look at the globe, it’s right across on the other side of the Earth.
We had not made any shipments from or to Auckland until a couple of months ago. Surprisingly, by the same day we had to manage two shipments, one from Malaga to Auckland and the other one from Auckland to Barcelona. It was a very funny coincidence, and it got funnier when the shipments did not meet. The one that was coming to Spain traveled via Los Angeles and New York, while the one sent to New Zealand traveled via London and Singapore.
This shipments and the increasing number of people moving towards New Zealand provided us a great opportunity to talk about this destination. Read More