Macedonia will continue to grow as a textile supplier to many European countries, not least Sweden. Having been established in the Macedonian market for quite some time means that we' ve been part of developments since the beginning,
It was a major step for the company, but one which really paid off. Today we have 13 employees in Romania and their expertise benefits all of our customers. This success inspired us to open an office in Turkey two years ago.
Quality and service are always most important. And our Di Gasell award is confirmation that our company is growing and that we're working in the right way. We're naturally aiming for a hat trick in 2018.
As for the ocean freight markets, we've assumed a good position with several new customers, with more to come. Our focus is on quality and delivery performance for each individual customer.
It's our responsibility to ensure that the customer has what they need when they need it. That's our starting point for every transport, both small and large, and this means that our customers can always rely on the fact that we will deliver what we have promised.
I took my textile expertise into the transport industry. Although we work with a large number of types of goods, garment logistics are one of our expert areas. For many freight forwarders it can be difficult to classify different fabrics prior to customs handling – depending on whether the fabric is knitted or woven, with long or short fibres – all of which affect the customs rates. But for us this is just a natural part of our knowledge base.
Turkey is a challenging market with Istanbul located both in Europe and Asia; nevertheless many companies have placed their production there in the recent years. We have to be where our clients need us