Load Management , on larger projects, a team of specialist will ensure that the correct number of aircraft are planned for your program. Making your project as cost efficient as necessary without impacting on the delivery to you Customer.
Flight Manager, Flight Managers will accompany your consignments of vulnerable or valuable cargo where-ever it is transported. They ensure that the cargo remains safe and secure and do the necessary arrangements at Airports of Departure and Destination.
Whether you are flying 20 or 500 people, to any destination, if you require bespoke branding or services, or discuss aircraft configurations to suit your requirements, be sure that ELW Global will be able to help you.
Stage and Exhibition Equipment
Oil Exploration / Drilling Equipment
Plant and Machinery
General Cargo / Supply Chain Logistics
Domestic Bonded vehicles can be arranged for transfer between Airports and where Customs Offices exist for this service.
We also offer refrigerated services where required for Temperature Sensitive Cargo. Regional Cross Border trucking for normal and refrigerated cargo. Packaging, warehousing, and insurance are all available.
Other services :
Customs Documentation & Clearance
ELW are able to meet the challenges and deadlines of your over seas shipping itinerary, whether it be automobiles, clothing or materials.
- FCL (full container load) OR LCL (less than container load)
- Worldwide destinations
- Normal cargo
- R.O.R.O. options where they are available
Principally as an international freight forwarder specializing in freight in the Middle East, Central and Southern Africa. Over the last 21 years ELW Global has handled a number of Major Projects around the globe. In 2008, Cargo Marketing International was taken over by a Dubai based organization. Some of our major projects have been:
United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG)
Cricket World Cup in 2003 / 2007
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2003 / 2007
ICC Champions Trophy 2005 / 2007
Troop Contributing Countries (TCC) for UNAMID, Darfur 2008