CONNECT CARGO is a well-renowned freight forwarding company in India, handling shipments by sea and air mode from India to worldwide destinations and from countries across the globe to India, and even 3rd country shipments through their network of partners. In addition to handling general cargoes, CONNECT CARGO specializes in handling over-dimensional cargoes through breakbulk mode, MAFI on RORO vessels and flat rack/bed, open-top containers.
- Speedy New Year Resolution By CONNECT CARGO, India
On a positive note, CONNECT CARGO Private Limited (CCPL) resumed 2017, by adding another product to its existing services profile, called the LCL Consol service.
CCPL has initiated its own LCL Consol box from Shanghai to Chennai. This is to ensure speedy connections and competitive rate structures to its existing and as well as to the new customers.
Now, it soon plans to offer a similar service to customers in Mumbai and Bangalore.
- CONNECT CARGO, India handles special container-movement to Far East
CONNECT CARGO puts in effort in handling over dimensional cargoes in special type of containers such as flat rack, open tops, etc.
After the year took pace in January 2017, CONNECT CARGO commenced its operation in handling 45’ container cargoes from Chennai to the Far East destination.
On handling special type of containers, H.L. Santharam, CEO at CONNECT CARGO explains, “Not everyone can handle them, as only certain shipping lines will have the inventory of special type of containers. We, at CONNECT CARGO have the expertise to plan and execute such shipments by choosing the right shipping line, arranging the right route for road transport containers, using the right resources for stuffing, all at extremely competitive rates without compromising on the quality of service.”
- CONNECT CARGO, India continues to serve as a door-to-door specialist
Recently, Connect Cargo Private Limited(CCPL) handled 16 escalators for a mall in Chennai and 45 escalators for a mall in Hyderabad. The scope included pick-up from the factory in China, ocean freight to India and delivery to the Indian site.