Quick work keeps Chile plant working

Ukrainian-owned specialist carrier Antonov Airlines NEO Air Charter and Logwin have moved parts for a quicklime kiln from Italy and Brazil for a wood production plant in Chile. The parts, totalling about 80 tons,  needed to be changed during a plant shutdown in a strict timeframe. The movement was organised from Italy via Brazil to Chile on an AN124 aircraft. [+]

Logwin cracks Krakow

Logistics service provider Logwin has opened a sales office in Krakow, following the setting up of operations there in July handling worldwide air and sea freight shipments for companies in the region. It says that the south Poland city is also taking on increasing importance for the logistics sector with ... [+]

Logwin in Nepal mercy mission

Logwin organised the shipment of tents, blankets and medicines collected by employees of its customer and partner, the engineering firm Voith to Nepal in May. The forwarder collected seven large tents, around 300 blankets, medicines and water sterilizing material from Voith in Heidenheim, packed them in its warehouse together ... [+]

Logwin surmounts red tape challenge to deliver Syria aid

Logwin has teamed up with the aid organisation Save the Children to deliver two trucks carrying thousands of pullovers and jackets donated by the C&A Foundation to Gaziantep on the Turkish-Syrian border in mid-April. While the shipment involved a 3,700km journey, one of the biggest problems encountered was customs, said ... [+]

Logwin in control in Chile

International logistics service provider Logwin is now sole owner of Logwin Air + Ocean Chile, having acquired all the shares of the previous minority shareholders. Previous minority shareholder, Eduardo Vergara, will stay with the company as managing director. sector. Services include intercontinental air and FCL and LCL sea transport (FCL/LCL) ... [+]

Aid on its way thanks to Logwin

An aid shipment with beds, X-ray image viewers and other goods donated by the Hochtaunus Hospital Centre in Bad Homburg is currently en route to Tanzania, thanks to freight forwarder Logwin. The ship is due to reach Mombasa in February. A partner company will assume responsibility for onward transport . The ... [+]

Logwin gets essential aid to Central Africa

Freight forwarder Logwin supported a Save the Children project to provide urgent aid to the Central African Republic in early July, moving ten tonnes of medical supplies from Amsterdam to the capital, Bangui. The country has been a state of civil war for almost 18 months and hundreds of thousands of ... [+]

Logwin buys out India partners

Luxembourg-based international logistics service provider Logwin has become the sole owner of Logwin Air & Ocean India after it acquired all the shares of the previous minority shareholders in its national organisation there. Since its launch in 2009, Logwin has increased the original five locations to 12 and is low ... [+]

Logwin in northern India

Luxembourg-based logistics provider Logwin has opened an office in Ludhiana, northern India, its 12th in the country. The Punjab industrial city is one of the country's fastest growing metropolises, producing sporting goods, bicycles and bicycle parts, car parts, fashion and textiles. The new location offers international import and export services ... [+]

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