G7N Announces the Christmas Operation of WINIPAC

Winipac Logistics Limited is a dedicated member of G7 Logistics Networks and managed to complete a massive operation just before the Christmas break occurred. This transaction was not an easy task but was successfully delivered on time right before the festive season started.

The Effluent Decontamination System (EDS), built in Indianapolis for the National Bio containment Laboratory currently being built in the Hutt Valley by MPI (Ministry for Primary Industries). The EDS is part of a 3,400sqm laboratory built for the Ministry of Primary Industries and Environmental Science & Research to utilize and continue safe testing of potential diseases, which could affect New Zealand.

The WiniPac Logistics Limited team delivered the 25 tons/138 CBM airfreight shipment to the construction site in Wellington. The equipment was delayed for several months during production and had to be flown to Auckland eventually.

G7 Logistics Network congratulates Winipac Logistics Limited for once again completing another excellent job, no matter the circumstances or difficulties they faced. After a fantastic 2018 for WiniPac, we expect and even bigger 2019 for them.

G7N Logistics Network utilizes a global platform that promotes cooperation and enhanced business growth between freight forwarding professionals. Their 3rd Annual Conference will be held in Hua – Hin, Thailand this coming February 19 – 22, 2019.

If you would like to become a G7N member, email us at members@g7networks.com.

Winipac Logistics Limited is a dedicated member of G7 Logistics Networks and managed to complete a massive operation just before the Christmas break occurred. This transaction was not an easy task but was successfully delivered on time right before the festive season started.

The Effluent Decontamination System (EDS), built in Indianapolis for the National Bio containment Laboratory currently being built in the Hutt Valley by MPI (Ministry for Primary Industries). The EDS is part of a 3,400sqm laboratory built for the Ministry of Primary Industries and Environmental Science & Research to utilize and continue safe testing of potential diseases, which could affect New Zealand.

The WiniPac Logistics Limited team delivered the 25 tons/138 CBM airfreight shipment to the construction site in Wellington. The equipment was delayed for several months during production and had to be flown to Auckland eventually.

G7 Logistics Network congratulates Winipac Logistics Limited for once again completing another excellent job, no matter the circumstances or difficulties they faced. After a fantastic 2018 for WiniPac, we expect and even bigger 2019 for them.

G7N Logistics Network utilizes a global platform that promotes cooperation and enhanced business growth between freight forwarding professionals. Their 3rd Annual Conference will be held in Hua – Hin, Thailand this coming February 19 – 22, 2019.

If you would like to become a G7N member, email us at members@g7networks.com.

2019-01-09T09:42:55+00:00January 9th, 2019|Categories: Industry News|Tags: , , |
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