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At New Silk Road Network, we are proud to house many members who also operate their own assets. At-abraý (Turkmenline) is one of the prime examples. As one of the largest logistics companies in Turkmenistan, they are also a shipping company and operate their own vessel in the Caspian Sea. This allows them maximum flexibility in transporting their customer’s cargo with their own vessel. In addition, ship repair and vessel renewal services were also added to the portfolio last year.

Photo Credit: Turkmenline

New Silk Road Network’s member Airmax Cargo Budapest Zrt. has been providing tailor-made solutions in air, sea and road forwarding of products requiring special care and precision since 1996. As one of the top privately owned Hungarian freight forwarders, their flexible solutions, international network and a wide variety of different industry experiences are just a few of their many secrets to success. Our team had the pleasure of talking with both Attila Nagy, Head of Business Development and Diána Merczel, Head of Sea and Rail Freight about the philosophy behind Airmax’s success, the services they provide, how they are navigating the challenges in the automotive sector, and of course the effects of Covid-19 and the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Ultimately, we learn about the story of Airmax, a place where the happiness and wellbeing of their people are seen as the key centerpiece towards everything...

Photo Source: Airmax Cargo Budapest Zrt.

New Silk Road Network’s member WiSch Enterprise is a full-service logistics company in the Netherlands. Its origins date back to 1996, and at the beginning of 2021, they moved their office from Rotterdam to Groningen. Such a change was followed shortly by the sad passing of Mr. Willem-Jan Scherpenisse, Founder and CEO of the company. From thereafter, his wife Ms. Ivonne Scherpenisse-van Daelen took over as CEO and their son Mr. Joey Rensch joined the business as COO. Our team had the pleasure of talking with both Ivonne and Joey about the new management structure, their thoughts behind moving to Groningen, the current dynamics of freight forwarding and how they managed to stabilize the business thanks to their philosophy when working with partners and clients. We learn about their family business story, and how they got things back on track in an honest and heartwarming conversation.

Ivonne Scherpenisse-van Daelen and Joey Rensch (Photo Source: WiSch Enterprise)

New Silk Road Network’s Romanian member Dream Cargo Services recently became the owner of a new warehouse on the outskirts of Bucharest, Romania. The warehouse covers roughly 5600 square meters, with 4500 pallet locations and 600 square meters of office space. Thanks to its close proximity to Bucharest and the main highway, access is very easy and convenient for trucks.

Dream Cargo's New Warehouse in Bucharest (Pic Credit: Dream Cargo)

New Silk Road Network's partner Container Terminal JadeWeserPort Wilhelmshaven from Germany has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ganzhou Land Port in China to form the basis for further revitalizing the logistics chains between the Middle Kingdom and the freight village JadeWeserPort in Wilhelmshaven.

Credit: Container Terminal JadeWeserPort Wilhelmshaven

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