ABC European Air + Cargo Distribution is a Vienna headquartered specialist for cargo distribution in Europe. We are a traditional, family owned business. Since our company was established in 1985 we ve always tried to maintain the standards set by common imaginations of a solid, reliable freight forwarding company combined with modern-day amenities like innovative IT-solutions. Furthermore, we ve always been ambitious to add that little something to our services, we regard long term business relationships as more important for mutual gain than quick one-time cash-ins.
As a full logistics service provider we try to satisfy all our partners? needs, allowing them to enjoy the feeling that their cargo is in good hands. Our focus is on Europe, nevertheless we want to offer worldwide services, based on sustainable business relationships with associates abroad.
Due to our self-assessment as a neutral handling agent we have no prejudices or preclusive preferences regarding potential business partners. We do think that only by honoring these premises successful global collaboration can be pursued.
Type of Services:
- Airfreight (consolidations to and from all major cities of the world, pre- and on carriage; door-to-door service; special airfreight service to and from eastern Europe and aircraft charters; customs brokerage and insurance)
- Seafreight (FCL, LCL, customs brokerage; insurance; transport, pick up and distribution from all of Europe)
- Block Train Service (block train shuttle service for seafreight 6 times per week, move your goods by rail from and to the hubs Enns / Austria, Vienna / Austria and Hamburg / Germany or Bremerhaven / Germany)
- Road Hauling Services (departure frequency and are operated using centrally located logistics hubs, which also form the backbone of logistics services)
- Logistics Services
- Warehousing (cross dock operations, picking and packing; temperature controlled warehousing)
- Project Cargo
- Ro/Ro Cargo
Office Location: Austria; Belgium; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Czech Republic; Germany; Hungary; Netherlands; Poland; Romania; Serbia; Slovak Republic; Slovenia
JAMIE Proctor hopes to issue a timely reminder to City boss Phil Parkinson this afternoon. Proctor is one of several players currently on the fringes looking to press their claims in a strong reserve line-up. Billy Clarke’s return to fitness means the former Fleetwood striker has not even made the bench for the last two games.
So he has the chance to make a point in today’s second-string clash with Port Vale that is being played at the West Riding County FA headquarters in Woodlesford.
Parkinson admits Proctor, who has started three times since his arrival in the Devante Cole deal last month, has been unlucky.
“Proc has been unfortunate because he scored against Port Vale on his debut and gave a terrific performance,” said the Bantams boss.
“We’ve gone to Burton, which wasn’t a great team performance, and then we’ve beaten Peterborough where Hanson and Davies scored again.
“It’s difficult but there’s a logical explanation (why Proctor hasn’t been involved).
“But Proc is the type of lad who can come from not even being on the bench to starting the next game. It’s an opportunity to make a statement as well as the fitness aspect.”
Josh Morris and Chris Routis have also been sidelined recently and will take part as Parkinson looks to get his squad up to speed for the next busy spell.
“We’re going into another period of midweek games again and players who have been waiting for a chance will need some minutes under their belt,” he said.
“Like with Billy Knott on Saturday, we’ve got to make sure that anybody who comes into the team is ready.”
COPENHAGEN, Feb 16 (Reuters) Maersk Line, the world s largest container shipping company, said on Tuesday it would change the way it publishes price changes following a competition probe by the European Union. Its announcement confirmed earlier reports by Reuters that shipping companies will need to implement measures that would essentially cap their price rises. [ ]
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