Global Boat Transportation Alliance

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

PSP, which provides worldwide freight forwarding, express courier services and packing as well as boat transportation, is launching a global boat transportation alliance to give its customers a seamless global service. The company has chosen firms in Germany, Italy, Spain, India, South Africa, China, Dubai, Australasia, the USA and Antigua to join the affiliation.

By creating an alliance, PSP will be able to strengthen its position within the market, running its own sailings, services and charters and becoming less dependent on shipping lines. It will also mean customers get a worldwide service from people that have been trained in the PSP way.

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