At Expoquimia, a wide variety of business influencers come together in one place: opinion leaders, stakeholders, key buyers, specifiers, international suppliers, and other leading professionals. This year the event attracted over 40,000 visitors and 3,000 different brands.
International transporation and logistics company AsstrA was officially recognized as a member of the Coordinating Council on Trans-Siberian Transportation (CCTT) during the organization's 26th plenary meeting taking place from 20-21 September.
On September 25, 2017, the Turkish Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs, and Communications granted AsstrA Lojistic ve Taşımacılıq Organizasyonu L.S – the Turkish subsidiary of AsstrA-Associated AG – an R2 international transport license.
Omni-channel solutions are designed to be part of all user experiences any place, any time, any way, and by any channel, mostly via Internet and mobile devices. The solutions seek to modernize not only marketing and sales but also merchandising and delivery operations. In order to improve user experience for shoppers, companies taking an omni-channel approach utilize purchasing data from previous users to optimize their ongoing business strategies.
International transport and logistics provider AsstrA -Associated Traffic AG is currently shipping the first batch of pipes to be used in the construction of the European stretch of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
AsstrA's Polish office is now a certified participant in the International Air Transport Association's Cargo Accounts Settlement System (IATA CASS), which facilitates electronic billing between airlines and forwarders
AsstrA strengthening presence in Central Asia
Over the past years, AsstrA services have won increasing trust in Central Asian logistics markets. This fact is confirmed by statistics : in the first half of 2017, AsstrA has transported 1.4 million tons of cargo originating from or destined for Central Asian countries with a total value of more than 12 million euros.