ACEX experts visited the biggest freight summit TFS MAKAO 2011
Within 3 days of the summit more than 3000 meetings between the transport companies’ delegates were held. 24 exhibitors including international freight forwarders, freight alliances, software and payment security systems suppliers demonstrated their products and services.
Optima Freight specialists, who are the ACEX Group representatives in Finland, also visited Macao on 11-14 October 2011 with the aim of developing transport and partner network in Russia, CIS and Finland.
Nikita Kovalevski, CEO of this branch, within 3 days of the summit took part in more than 100 meetings with potential partners. Within this short period of time he managed to involve in the ACEX agency network and arrange agreements on joint business and clients’ business support with several dozens of the companies from USA, EU and China.
Besides, this summit resulted to be useful in terms of giving the company access to the international alliances. This year TFS has been supported by several alliances, namely China Logistics Club, Multinational Forwarders Alliance, LFS Global Logistics Group, Combined Logistics Networks, WCA Family of Logistics Networks, Gross + Fuchs Group, Pacific Global Association, Atlas International Network, CLC Projects, American Logistics Club, AirCargo Group and China Cargo Alliance.
This international conference where our specialists participated, is important for ACEX own agency programme development and expansion, which is the key aspect of the company’s activity within this year. Further to this summit we can speak about positive results: we are establishing partnership with alliances and we drew in news businesses, new clients and new opportunities for the company.
Reference on the Optima Freight company – ACEX Finland:
ACEX branch in Finland renders professional service of terminal handling, warehousing, consolidation and cargo deliveries to Russia and CIS countries. ACEX head office in Helsinki arranges all kinds of logistical operations, from door-to-door delivery within the limits of the country to international (including multimodal) deliveries by all the means of transport.