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Translogistics' Partners

FESCO

FESCO Transport Group is currently the major private integrated company rendering a wide range of logistic solutions to its customers uniting the possibilities of its own sea, railway and truck fleet and stevedoring services at the company’s own terminals in the major ports of Russia and CIS and an extensive office network all over the world.
www.fesco.ru

APL

APL is a subsidiary company of Neptune Orient Lines (Singapore), a global transport and logistics company involved in delivery and the related matters.
www.apl.com

WWPC

Translogistics is a member of WWPC (Worldwide Partnership CargoLink Network), a community of major transportation and forwarding companies allowing to access an extensive agents’ network all over the world. The network’s head office is located in USA and has been successfully practicing for about 18 years attracting new partners and extending its customr base from all over the world. The WWPS membership allows the company to perform international cargo transportation, both import and export shipments.
www.wwpcnetwork.com

ConTEC-DV

ConTEC-DV LLC renders transportation and forwarding services in the field of container delivery and delivery of general cargoes by sea to ports of the Far East, renders services of direct and combined railway and sea transportation and direct delivery by railways to different regions of Russia.
www.contecdv.ru

ZhelDorExpeditsiya

Cargo transportation service. Cargo delivery in Russia: intercity truck and railway cargo delivery.
www.jde.ru

TransTrek-DV

TransTrek-DV specializes in railway shipments to Vladivostok (delivery of any cargo lots) and forwarding cargoes in the Russian Federation from West to East and from East to West.
www.transtrek.ru

KMTC

From the moment of its founding in 1954, KMTC has been the leading sea transportation company. The KMTC offices are located in Busan, Incheon, Ulsan (Korea) and in more than 30 ports of Japan from the northernmost (Hokkaido) to the southernmost (Kyusyu). KMTC also has logistic networks in China (more than 16 ports).
www.kmtc.co.kr