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January, 2020


CSS GROUP PRESENTATION AND INTERACTIVE SESSION FOR NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS DELEGATES CSS Group was invited by the Dubai Exports to address gathering consisting of the business partners from New Zealand. Being the preferred logistics partner of Dubai Exports, CSS Group got this opportunity on the 28th of October at the Deira office of the DE.

Santanu Datta, AGM – Business Development and Roshmon Manoli, General Manager – Sales & Marketing, represented CSS Group at the function. A 20-minute presentation was done during the event, which was followed by an interactive session with the visiting delegates. The presentation showcased the capability of CSS Group in assisting the EXIM activities between UAE and New Zealand. It was a venue for CSS to prove how they can be of value addition to the potential mutual business of the two countries through Sea & Air logistics.

“We thank Dubai exports for offering this rare opportunity to CSS to be a part of this business gathering and to explain and interact with the business delegates regarding our service offerings. With a strong presence in the Middle East, CSS is fully confident in partnering to fulfill this ambitions trade plan between the two countries through the Shipping & Logistics fraternity” mentioned Santanu Datta.

Mr. Abdel Rahman Al Hosani did the Dubai Exports presentation. The entire event consisted of Breakfast, which was followed by networking sessions and tour at Exports Resource Center for the delegates

January, 2020


CSS group has always shown great concern for the convenience of their clients all through the years of its operations. It has brought in sea changes within the departments to make the organisation customer friendly. A novel initiate which CSS has embarked recently on, is the tailor-made logistics solutions within the Middle East region. As the name itself defines, a tailor-made logistics solution has got a wide spectrum of scope in making convenience to attending to the client’s needs with regard to the cost, load ability, time, distance and much more other factors.

CSS offers a full range of tailor-made solution to their clients. For the customers based at the Northern Emirates, maximum thrust would be given to the nearest port than offering solutions from Jebel Ali. This could bring in drastic result regarding the cost on toll, transport & weighment charges. The import console product for both Sea & Air, benefits the customer on the cost part without compromising on transit time or routing.

Ground-breaking approaches lie at the heart of such product offerings. It takes time to build a good customer base, but without offering them the best products in the most affordable manner, it makes things difficult to retain the trust and confidence in them. The import console of house B/L works like a Console’s console, which could eventually reduce the origin and destination charges for the customer. Another innovative approach is turning the same import container into export on the same carrier which could optimize the freight and transport cost for both the customers and the carrier. The tailor made solutions from CSS has been received with much enthusiasm by the industry fraternity.

May, 2019



CSS Group attended the 3rd annual partnership meeting of the Neptune Cargo Network. The first and the biggest Global NVOCC and LCL Cargo Alliance, Neptune Cargo Network has successfully brought more than 230 sea freight consolidators & LCL forwarders from across the globe under one roof in a 4-day conference being held at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel in Manila, Philippines on February 25 to 28, 2019. CSS Group was represented by Ajay Krishnan COO, Freight forwarding, Chandrakala, COO, NVOCC, CSS Group and Midhun George Asst. General Manager, CSS Abu Dhabi.

Marking its 3rd year in the industry, NEPTUNE has chosen to host its Annual Partnership Meeting in the Pearl of the Orient Seas, Philippines. Consolidators and LCL forwarders that have attended came from 45 countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Ecuador, Egypt, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Istanbul, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lithuania, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Saudi Arabia among others. “In a constantly changing business atmosphere, especially in the Freight forwarding industry, it is vital to have live chats with industry professionals to sharpen our own skills. Neptune Cargo event provided one such opportunity” mentioned Ajay Krishnan.

The 4-day conference started with a welcome cocktail inspired by the tropical climate of the country host. The annual meeting was officially opened with a Samba performance followed by the ribbon cutting ceremony led by the Neptune Cargo Network Directors Christian Raeuber and Nils Walle with the event sponsors. It was then followed by the Network Management Updates, Open Community Mic, Keynote speeches and Face to Face Meeting sessions in the afternoon. A city sight-seeing tour accompanied the Day 3 activities of the meet. “This event introduced us to some new faces from within our industry. The information you gather from such events are enormous and greatly influence your professional side of life. The event also opened up a chance to look into your product placing in the global market and an insight on how to enhance your consolidation business” Commented Chandrakala (CK)

Neptune Consol is dedicated to partnering with sea freight forwarders and consolidators. Its powerful and highly specialized global network comprises only the best local independent sea freight consolidators from their region. Neptune Consol enables every member to offer fully-integrated sea freight solutions and services to customers on a regional and global basis. By solving the expertise, power and reach of the network, which will open the door to a world of new opportunities.

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