CAG Logistics, a member of Soycan Group of Companies operating in the field of supply chain and logistics management since 1952, has expanded its scope of services in airway and maritime operations. CAG Logistics, which provides bilateral services as import and export, has expanded its airway and maritime operations teams and included Far East countries on its route. In this context, the company will provide door to door, port to port, hazardous materials and general cargo transportation services for air way and maritime freight.
CAG Logistics, which is one of the largest logistics service providers in Turkey with the motto “On time, in the right place”, has expanded its scope of activities in the field of air way and maritime transport in addition to the international road and rail transportation services it basically serves. WCA (World Cargo Alliance) member CAG Logistics, one of the most effective global networks in the world, expanded its air way and maritime operations teams and added Far East countries to its route in addition to Europe, America and the Middle East.
Ideal freight offer will be offered for large volume loads.
CAG Logistics, which will offer door-to-door, port-to-port, dangerous goods and general cargo transportation services for air way and maritime shipments in parallel with the expansion of its scope of activity, aims to provide companies with a place and high speed guarantee. The company, which is prepared to offer the ideal freight for bulky loads, also aims to respond quickly to all airline transport needs, including charter aircraft loadings on a large basis, starting with small-sized cargoes.
Stating that they will work with shippers and lines with high volume in air way and maritime loads, Soycan Group of Companies’ Chairman Yılmaz Soycan said, “Our most advantageous point will be freight. In addition, we will continue to provide 24/7 service in 7 languages by providing accurate and fast information flow to companies as always. This service quality will bring us to an advantageous position in terms of continuity.”