Smooth processes and wide geographic coverage are decisive factors for the success of an international logistics services provider. Since May, the company has been acting as an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO, Full certificate) – which means the company was granted AEO status in Morocco. ‘Authorized Economic Operator’ is an internationally recognized certificate that simplifies customs processes and guarantees appropriate safety and security standards along the supply chain.
New services, increasing export activities, and challenging projects in sight – Militzer & Münch Uzbekistan is growing rapidly and has many big plans. The main business of Militzer & Münch Uzbekistan is the import of equipment and machinery for textile production. Khurshid Kasimdzhanov, since 2006 Managing Director of the Uzbek M&M organization, gives an insight into the current developments.
As part of a government project, Militzer & Münch Poland is currently working on a huge order to deliver grain silos for Tanzania. The logistical and legal conditions demanded the expertise of the entire team.
Just over a year ago, the Sri Lankan organization of Militzer & Münch took up operations at the port of Colombo. The company keeps growing, with especially sea freight developing very well. In order to offer even better service to their customers, the team optimized the company’s IT.
For a Bavarian customer, Militzer & Münch Germany is currently handling a major project with transports going to Chicago. In January, an extreme cold spell caused an absolute state of emergency in the USA – and confronted the team with a number of challenges.
Shenzhen in China – once a fishing village, today one of the main trading hubs worldwide for the electronics and telecommunications industries. From here, Militzer & Münch China starts its regular exports to Great Britain for an international online retailer – customs clearance included. The demand for transports for the online market keeps growing and offers Militzer & Münch the possibility to tap additional markets.
On the road for the country’s biggest manufacturer of sweets: Militzer & Münch Uzbekistan has handled a first big project for Crafers, a sweets manufacturer. The order comprised 56 full truck loads (FTL) – machinery from Europe worth about USD ten million. For the export, the Uzbekistan team cooperated with partners in Lithuania.
The Turkish Militzer & Münch organization now offers regular traffics to customers with exports to the Maghreb. Every Friday and Saturday, the team transports textile products and shipments for other industry sectors to Morocco and Tunisia.
1,000 works of art from 100 countries – NordArt, an exhibition held at Büdelsdorf near Rendsburg, is regarded one of Europe’s biggest annual displays of contemporary art. Militzer & Münch transported exhibits from the capital of Mongolia to Büdelsdorf in Schleswig-Holstein.