Despite Several Challenges, Goodrich Central Asia Reaches Client With 100+ Vehicles On Time22. July 2020
A trucking project involving 100 open trucks and 30 low beds from Turkey to Kazakstan was completed recently by Project Logistics Alliance member Goodrich Central Asia, representing Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in our network.
The cargo to be transported totaled up to 2800 mt with various dimensions and weights and consisted of accommodation units that had to be exported from Turkey. This project was undertaken when the Covid-19 outbreak was at its peak in March and April, where many companies failed to meet their client’s expectations and fulfill contractual obligations. The closure of the border between Turkey and Georgia was the first issue that the project team of Goodrich had to solve, followed by the longest queue of trucks waiting at the ferry terminal between Azerbaijan and Kazahkstan. On top of that, quarantine regulations for truck drivers made this (in normal conditions very simple) door-to-door shipment a very complicated one.
In this complex scenario, the Goodrich project team was still able to pull through and find a workable solution in terms of finding the right trucks, changing the route, and eventually even abiding the transit time set by the client. “Covid-19 or not, all cargoes remain urgent and time-bound for all customers” is what Sanju K Mani, General Director of Goodrich Central Asia, highlights when he was asked for his priorities in conducting transports in the current days.
We are proud to have smart and committed companies in our network, congratulations on the successful completion team Goodrich Central Asia!
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