Containers will operate in two ways between major Indian ports of Singapore, Malaysia, Bangladesh & China

Due to the container shortage in the logistics industry in the last two years, Global Logistics Solutions India Pvt Ltd has launched Global Logistics Containers to strengthen its NVOCC operations and further support to clients. (NVOCC, or Non-Vessel Owning Common Carrier, operations include the sale, loading, and transportation of containers to gateway ports. Bill of lading issues and overseas delivery are also taken care of by NVOCC’s agents.)

An official statement stated that, “Our containers will operate both ways between the major Indian ports of Chennai, Nhava Sheva, Mundra and Kolkata and inland container depots (ICDs) and Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, China, Vietnam with immediate plans of connecting the Middle East region. Later, the director of Global Logistics Solutions India Pvt Ltd, Naveen Prakash said that, “The containers will be sourced from China. With the government planning to increase exports to various countries, it will be quite handy, and we would be able to cater to the requirements of EXIM customers”.

Naveen Prakash.

NVOCC, or Non-Vessel Owning Common Carrier, operations include the sale, loading, and transportation of containers to gateway ports. Bill of lading issues and overseas delivery are also taken care of by NVOCC’s agents.

Naveen Prakash also added that, “especially with common feeder and liner operators operating towards this sector. As we have been catering to their demand as a freight forwarder. Now we will be able to offer them our own equipment with better control.” In 2006 Global Logistics was incorporated in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, and it is run by Jiss Mathew, Asif Mujawar and Naveen Prakash.

Now it is operated over 26 locations and connects 2,000+ locations across the world. According to the latest analysis from Mid-January 2022 till date of container exchange August-September 2021 container prices fall in India as availability was concern. According to the report “Despite slacking volumes, carriers have maintained strong utilisation levels by omitting some ports and rerouting specific ships to nearby ports in Taiwan and southern China as shippers frantically shuffled cargo to meet them.”

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In 2006 Global Logistics was incorporated in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, and it is run by Jiss Mathew, Asif Mujawar and Naveen Prakash.

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