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  • 3 10-wheeler wing vans
  • 6 prime mover units
  • 20 20-foot trailers
  • 15 40-foot trailers
  • 2 6-wheeler Mitsubishi Canter close van
  • 2 6-wheeler Isuzu Fighter close van
  • 1 6-tonner forklift
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    We value your cargo.

    NFI Company is your leader in containerized ocean freight providing a full line of professional services at the most competitive rates. Our customer service representatives are assigned to accommodate you with your inquiry providing instant quality support with just one call or email. We have a keen awareness on ensuring that your cargo will reach the designated destination on the most efficient method.

    When selecting a freight forwarder to transport your goods, you need a business partner to rely. NFI is here for you.

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    We provide freight forwarding services to the following countries: To get your quotation, feel free to email us

    • Africa
    • Canada
    • North America, USA
    • India
    • China
    • Central and South American Caribbean
    • North Asia
    • Southeast Asia
    • Europe
    • Middle East, Black Sea, Persian Gulf
    • Australia, New Zealand
    • Pacific Ocean Island

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    NFI Nominated Freight Int’l. Services Inc., shall become a world-class transport and total logistics institution, highly competitive in both the domestic and international market.

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    The top management of NFI Nominated Freight Int’l. Services Inc., is committed to undertake the following steps:

     

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    Export consolidation is NFI Nominated Freight Int’l. Services, Inc.’s strength. We maintain regular weekly consolidation boxes from Cebu to Singapore and Hongkong

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    We are your partner in international transport and logistics business. We offer experienced service teams to cater to your needs.

    DHL Rolling in Asia

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    DHL Global Forwarding officials are due to open a new regional hub facility in Korea at the end of this month. By bundling shipments from various Asian markets for transportation to their destinations, the hub will reduce transit times and costs, the company indicated. Details of the facility are not yet available.

    DHL staff may be forgiven for being a trifle hazy on details of Asian mega-facilities. These days, DHL’s top brass have plenty of opportunities in Asia to toast the opening of new strategic facilities. The Korean forwarding hub follows the inauguration of a new DHL Express hub in Shanghai in July and a new distribution and consolidation center in Hong Kong that came on stream in May.

    By late October or early November, the company will also celebrate the expansion of its bonded airfreight facility in Shanghai. The airfreight expansion is designed to upgrade service, particularly for the firm’s clientele in the fashion industry, as space in the old facility was insufficient to meet the requirements of this sector for value-added services, a spokesperson for DHL remarked.

    The flurry of expansion activities indicates that DHL’s top management is bullish on Asia, the region’s struggle to keep its exporting momentum notwithstanding. On a recent visit to Asia, Deutsche Post DHL CEO Frank Appel declared that the company aims to generate one third of its revenues in the Asia-Pacific region by 2017. Last year, this part of the world accounted for 19 percent of the integrator’s revenues.

    Asia has been going strong for DHL this year. Management identified it as the chief driver behind a 7.3-percent growth in revenues in the second quarter; express revenues surged by 10.7 percent to $3.9 billion. China is at the heart of DHL’s expansion drive in Asia, as management views it as the most important regional and global engine for growth for years to come. Already the company generates more than half of its Asian revenues, more than €4.2 billion, in China.

    To position the company for future growth in the region, DHL has earmarked €400 million for investment in the area in the coming years, which may include some smaller, ‘bolt-on’ acquisitions to strengthen its position in some segments, Appel revealed.

    The $175 million North Asia Hub at Shanghai is a central plank in the growth strategy, a 288,640-square-foot facility that can process up to 20,000 documents and 20,000 parcels per hour. DHL intends to invest $132 million over the next two years to add eight dedicated aircraft to cover high demand routes between Shanghai and North Asia, Europe and the U.S. Over the next months, direct flights are planned from Shanghai to Seoul, Taipei and several destinations in China.

    For the company’s forwarding and supply chain divisions, this hub will be of little direct relevance. “The DHL North Asia hub in Shanghai is purpose-built for the express business, and not for DHL Global Forwarding,” the company spokesperson commented. The expansion of the bonded airfreight facility should go some way towards meeting the needs of the forwarding division, which should also stand to benefit from capacity on the new flights in the region.

    source: http://www.aircargoworld.com/Air-Cargo-News/2012/08/dhl-rolling-in-asia/158990

    Road freight and logistics workers in South Africa stage strike action

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    Transport workers in South Africa walked out on strike this week to fight for better pay and conditions in the road freight and logistics industry.

    The workers, represented by the ITF-affiliated South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (Satawu), took strike action on 13 February after the employers’ association refused to meet demands made by the union during contract negotiations for 2010/2011.

    Satawu’s demands on behalf of road freight and logistics workers include: an across the board wage increase of 20 per cent over two years; a ban on labour brokers; an increase in existing allowances and the introduction of new allowances; six months’ maternity leave on full pay and four weeks’ annual leave.

    Zenzo Mahlangu, Satawu general secretary, commented: “The strike is taking the form of gatherings and marches in all provinces. We call on all workers in road freight and logistics, whether they union members or not, whether permanent employees or not, to use this last resort to build a better life for all in the industry – for themselves and for generations to come.”

    ITF general secretary David Cockroft sent the union a message of solidarity on 11 February in which he stated: “As workers, you need to organise your collective strength to ensure you receive the pay and benefits your families need, to improve the salaries of long-distance drivers, and to ban labour brokers who deteriorate the conditions of employment."

    He added: “Organising a union and defending working conditions is your right. The ITF supports your courage to exercise your rights. We stand together in solidarity to defend workers' rights in the transportation industry all over the world.”

    source: http://www.itfglobal.org/news-online/index.cfm/newsdetail/5662?frmSessionLanguage=ENG

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    Road freight and logistics workers in South Africa stage strike action

    Transport workers in South Africa walked out on strike this week to fight for better pay and conditions in the road freight and logistics industry. The workers, represented by the ITF-affiliated South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (Satawu), took strike action on 13 February after the employers’ association refused to meet demands made by the union during contract negotiations for 2010/2011. Satawu’s demands on behalf of road freight and logistics workers include: an across the board wage increase of 20 per cent...

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    DHL Rolling in Asia

    DHL Global Forwarding officials are due to open a new regional hub facility in Korea at the end of this month. By bundling shipments from various Asian markets for transportation to their destinations, the hub will reduce transit times and costs, the company indicated. Details of the facility are not yet available. DHL staff may be forgiven for being a trifle hazy on details of Asian mega-facilities. These days, DHL’s top brass have plenty of opportunities in Asia to toast the opening...

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    lt was established in Mandaue City Cebu, Philippines in 2003. Throughout the years, NFI Nominated Freight International Services Inc. has established itself as a leading forwarder in Visayas and Mindanao.

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    lt was established in Mandaue City Cebu, Philippines in 2003.

    Throughout the years, NFI Nominated Freight International Services Inc. has established itself as a leading forwarder in Visayas and Mindanao area.

    We also have a branch in Manila to cater to shipping and logistics needs in Luzon areas.

     

    With the liberalization and globalization of trade, NFI Nominated Freight Int’l. Services, Inc.

     

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