Phoenix Ects Ltd – Piraeus

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Phoenix Ects Ltd – Piraeus

AKTI MIAOULI 85
PIRAEUS 18538, GREECE

Tel: +30 210 429 0444 | Fax: +30 210 429 0493

GFP Contact : Mr Athanassios G Carayannis
Email : agc@phoenixltd.gr

Website : phoenixltd.gr

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Mr Athanassios G Carayannis
Email : agc@phoenixltd.gr

About The Company

Founded in 1991, in Athens/Piraeus-Greece as a freight forwarder offering sea, air and road transport to the European and Greek markets, PHOENIX has grown to a corporation enabling global trade by freight forwarding without national and modal frontiers.

Currently PHOENIX manages quality logistics and a complete range of multi-modal freight services (sea, air, tank, railway and road transport) in the Greek, European and Overseas markets, for all types of unitized, loose and bulk cargo, with a door-to-door philosophy, through MRP and ERP automation systems and on qualified experience and expertise.

PHOENIX has been the first freight forwarder in Greece to be accredited with Quality standards ISO-9002:1994 certification since 1994 and the first with ISO-9001:2000 certification since 2002.

The company environmental policy, responsive to the needs of its customers, has driven PHOENIX Quality Management System to include also environmental protection and control standards in 2005, ISO-14001:2004, as part of the understood responsibility to minimize social costs and support green customers and the challenge for green supply chains.

PHOENIX global integrated network of agents is international in scope but on effective local reach. Freight, transport and value adding services are provided from any place in the world to any place, by bringing markets together in a world of opportunity through global logistics without frontiers.

PHOENIX services:

– Sea freight
– Air freight
– Road transport
– Tank transport
– Railway transport
– Project transport
– Customs clearance
– Logistics
– Warehousing
– Physical distribution
– Cross trades
– Cargo insurance
– Transport consulting
– Fiscal representations
– Transport of ships’ spare parts

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