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Advanced Solutions at Oceanic Logistics in Cyprus

26th May 2017

Advanced Solutions at Oceanic Logistics in Cyprus
Advanced Solutions at Oceanic Logistics in Cyprus

We are pleased to announce Oceanic Logistics Ltd as new members in Cyprus. Founded in the early 1980's, Oceanic Logistics have their own offices in Limassol, located within a mile radius from Limassol Port. The company were recommended by current PCN members and are ISO 9001:2008 registered.

Business Development Director at Oceanic, George Stouppas states; "Setting the correct procedures that are perfectly harmonised with the principles and values of the solutions offered, our company aims at high quality services in project cargo and both international and domestic logistics. Our dedicated and experienced team always provide our partners and customers with ideal solutions tailored to their specific requirements.

In a constantly changing global environment, our solutions often need to be particularly advanced, but our business model remains simple enough; Explaining what we are about to do, declaring how much it will cost, and finally delivering exactly what we have stated – without compromises. We provide a variety of logistics services ranging from project cargo, logistics, customs clearing, port & vessel agency, local transport, freight forwarding, warehousing, cargo insurance and many others."

Photographed in the gallery below is a project handled by Oceanic Logistics involving aircraft spare parts and machinery exported from Cyprus to Bulgaria. The cargo was previously owned by Cyprus Airways before their liquidation and was shipped from Limassol to Thessaloniki with the final delivery address in Sofia. Oceanic arranged the road and sea transport as well as the packing and customs procedures, which were a particular challenge as George explains; "The cargo had special status due to the liquidation of the airline and of T1 status. Also, part of cargo was dangerous goods and we had to arrange special packaging for the shipping line to accept the cargo".