Geodis Wilson Wins Award for Project Cargo Forwarding

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Monday, June 17, 2013

Geodis Wilson, a freight management companies, has been awarded the Best Logistics Service Provider – Project Cargo, at the 27th Asian Freight and Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA). SK Yeung, Managing Director Geodis Wilson Greater China, and Bill Guo, Sales Director for Hong Kong and China, received the Award during the ceremony in Beijing.

The key criteria for award entrants for this particular category were to provide bespoke solutions for cargoes outside the normal product range; effective and easy to us IT systems, including tracking of cargo, backed by efficient and professional customer services systems; and the ability to think outside the box.

Geodis Wilson design in advance all project operations and have a dedicated team on-site to ensure that each project runs smoothly. One such project operation took place earlier this year when three sets of blades needed to be delivered from inner Mongolia to Hebei province. At the point when the cargo was ready, heavy snow hampered access to the wind farm park. Geodis proposed some minor civil engineering works and obtained a more appropriate trailer, therefore avoiding costly repairs to the road and delaying the operation further.

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