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.
Think you don't have much to do with the logistics industry? Just take a look around. Most – if not all – the things you see are or are made from things from somewhere else.You might then wonder how these things got there, in fact. Who made it possible? Who was behind it all? What is their job like?
Every year, AsstrA's Polish office takes part in project that ranks Polish companies operating in the Transport-Shipping- Logistics sector. The project is led by Professor Halina Brdulak and its results are published in the prestigious newspaper Dziennik Gazety Prawnej (Legal News Daily).
Multinational transport and logistics provider AsstrA Associated Traffic AG successfully completed a heavy-lift project involving the air transport of oversized cargo – a line of tobacco packaging equipment weighting 37,500 kg – from the British American Tobacco factory in Saint Petersburg, Russia, to Incheon, South Korea.
From 24-26 April AsstrA was proud to exhibit at Breakbulk Europe, one of the heavy lift logistics industry’s largest annual events. This year in Antwerp, the conference attracted approximately 9,000 attendees and over 400 exhibitors and sponsors.
Multinational transport and logistics provider AsstrA Associated Traffic AG has completed initial testing of its brand new methane-powered Scania G340 truck. During its first two weeks on the job, the truck carried shipments for the AsstrA largest customer between Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
The home of one of the world's oldest civilizations, Iran is the only country with coastlines on both the Caspian Sea and the Indian Ocean. Iran is also a major regional power with the world's largest natural gas supply and fourth-largest proven oil reserves. Top logistics market experts, having identified the potential for overseas businesses to develop in Iran, claim that now – while foreign trade is still recovering – is an ideal time to enter the Iranian market and invest in Iran.
If demand for expeditors is constantly rising and higher education institutions can not fully satisfy logistics labor market needs, what should business do? AsstrA Associated Traffic AG found the solution: instead of waiting, the company decided to invest into future generation itself by supporting startups and growing expeditors “come as a Padowan, become a Jedi”.