JFS Logistics FZCO are committed towards environmental sustainability and Eco-Friendly solutions

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JFS Logistics FZCO are committed towards environmental sustainability and Eco-Friendly solutions

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibilty, JFS Logistics FZCO are committed towards environmental sustainability and Eco-Friendly solutions. JFS pride itself to implement Go Green Stationary in our new branch office as an initial step to reduce environmental impact and promoting waste management

JFS Logistics FZCO new state-of-the-art 3PL facility in close proximity to Dubai Airport Cargo Terminal

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JFS Logistics FZCO new state-of-the-art 3PL facility in close proximity to Dubai Airport Cargo Terminal

JFS Logistics FZCO (Dubai Airport Freezone) new state-of-the-art 3PL facility in close proximity to Dubai Airport Cargo Terminal facilitates the requirement of high end customer with their Inventory and Distribution. Our ERP system with WMS and Data interface supervises assets, stocks, the flow of goods from start to end confirming real-time visibility to our Customers.

JFS LOGISTICS appointed Sunil Jacob as Manager

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JFS LOGISTICS appointed Sunil Jacob as Manager

JFS LOGISTICS, appointed Sunil Jacob as Manager- Contract Logistics, with effective from 01st September. Jacob leads the rapidly expanding Supplychain and Logistics Operations and will support JFS project movement as well . Jacob joins JFS Logistics with 22 years of Logistics Industry experience and held senior positions in Global brands like CEVA Logistics, Al Naboodah Cargo and Agility GIL. During his 13 years stint with CEVA Logistics, Jacob handled major Projects of Halliburton, McDermot, GE, only to name a few. JFS Management welcome him on board and wish him all success in his new endeavour.

MSC topples Maersk at the top of the box rankings

MSC topples Maersk at the top of the box rankings

Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC)
Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC), now run by former Maersk COO, Soren Toft, has been hoovering up secondhand tonnage in a massive way over the last six months. Combined with new orders for 24,000 teu ships, MSC is now set to overhaul its 2M partner, Maersk, at the top of the global rankings, according to updated data from Alphaliner.
In a report from last November Copenhagen-based Sea-Intelligence said that Maersk is pursuing a strategy focused on profitability rather than size.
“But ‘losing’ the #1 ranking spot, which the carrier has had for a quarter of a century, would still likely have some emotional impact in Copenhagen,” the analysts observed.
MSC became the world’s second largest carrier in 2004, and since then, it and Maersk have continued to top the global ranking table compiled by Alphaliner.
MSC’s latest dive into the secondhand markets sees it linked to three ships.
According to Clarksons, MSC has moved to acquire the 2004-built 1,850 teu Acacia Makoto from China’s Qingdao Pengteng for $6.95m, the 2009-built 1,730 teu Voronezh from Fesco for $9m, and the 2006-built 1,732 teu RHL Aurora from Hamburger Lloyd for $6.5m. VesselsValue places a market value of $6.4m, $9.46m and $7.44m on the three ships.
While MSC is set to overtake Maersk in terms of operating capacity when its orderbook delivers, in terms of actual owned tonnage in teu terms, the Danish carrier remains very dominant, currently owning more than twice as much of its box fleet compared to its Geneva counterpart.

CMA CGM steps up its strategic development in logistics with the creation of its AIR CARGO division and the purchase of four freighter aircraft

CMA CGM steps up its strategic development in logistics with the creation of its AIR CARGO division and the purchase of four freighter aircraft

  • A fleet of four Airbus A330-200F freighter aircraft.
  • CMA CGM AIR CARGO, the Group’s new dedicated air freight division.
  • An enhanced logistics to answer growing demand from CMA CGM Group customers for agile solutions.
  • The CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, is stepping up its strategic development in logistics by creating a specialised air freight division: CMA CGM AIR CARGO.
    This move into air freight strengthens the Group’s transport and logistics business, allowing it to offer its customers a new range of comprehensive, agile and customised solutions.

    Four modern long-range freighter aircraft

    To support its expansion into air freight, the CMA CGM Group is buying four 60-tonne-payload Airbus A330-200F freighter aircraft, which came into service between 2014 and 2016. With a range of 4,000 nautical miles, they will connect Europe with the rest of the world. The CMA CGM Group will entrust the operation of its freighter fleet to a European airline.

    CMA CGM continues its strategic development in logistics

    CMA CGM AIR CARGO represents a major new component of the CMA CGM Group in both operational and commercial terms.
    This expansion into air freight is a new milestone in the Group’s strategic development, with the aim of providing Group customers with a complementary range of services covering both shipping and logistics.

    Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group, says:

    “In response to the growing demand from our customers for agile logistics solutions, we are creating a new division within the CMA CGM Group dedicated to air transport: CMA CGM Air Cargo. This division will launch with four Airbus A330-200F aircraft and will leverage commercial partnerships with airlines in order to deliver global coverage. This is a major milestone in the development of our logistics services.”