Latest news from Tschudi Logistics
Dare to Be Different: Tschudi Logistics Sponsors Unconventional Arctic Expedition
Atlas Explorers’ Maria and Lars will undertake an unorthodox journey across Greenland on skis. Tschudi Logistics are pleased to sponsor the Nordic pioners’ exceptional journey which will begin on April 15th.
Exceptional services with newly energized team in Aarhus
Tschudi Logistics A/S has existed since 2007 as a part of the international Tschudi Logistics Group. Following recent changes in the organizational structure we are welcoming new employees to our Danish team. The new team will be operating from Aarhus as before and will continue to provide excellent services for multimodal project logistics.
Delivery of 410 tons of furnace components for energy sector client
Transporting large and heavy cargo can be a challenging task, especially when it involves transporting furnace components for the power and energy sector. Recently, Tschudi Logistics took on this challenge and successfully delivered approximately 410 tons and 2000 cbm of out-of-gauge (OOG) cargo for a client in Portugal.
Tschudi Logistics will exhibit at Breakbulk Europe 2023
Tschudi Logistics Group is excited to return once more to beautiful Rotterdam to exhibit at Breakbulk on 6-8 June 2023.
New regulations for customs processing come into force on 1 January 2023
Since 1 January 2023, changes have been introduced to the regulations for customs processing. The changes relate to the importation of goods into Norway. It is therefore crucial that everyone who imports goods to Norway familiarize themselves with what the changes entail and understand what this means for their own company. At the same time, there is a requirement that the customs representative receives power of attorney to act on behalf of the party liable to declare.
In-house Chartering Department moved to Oslo
Being a project logistics provider, our team tailors solutions for all modes of transport. Our in-house chartering department has been in effect since Tschudi Logistics started in 2006 as a logical leg to support our project logistics team in providing solutions for ocean freight. Until now, the department has been operated from Aarhus in Denmark, but due to structural changes, it has now moved to Oslo in Norway, next to the headquarters of the Tschudi Group.
Transport of wind energy cargo
With the increased global focus on green energy, whenever possible, the Tschudi Group develop and deliver services contributing towards environmentally friendly solutions. In this respect the focus on the offshore wind sector has continued. This has resulted in several transportations of equipment to wind farms, recently including the Faroe Islands, Vietnam, and France.
Swedish team looking to expand
Tschudi Logistics Group has experienced remarkable progress, especially during the pandemic – like most other companies in the business. Our office in Gothenburg Sweden is no exception. Tasks are piling up at the desks and to free time for further development of business, it is now time to grow the team. Therefore, the Swedish team is currently on the lookout for a new employee to join the team. But what has work been like during the pandemic, what are the learnings, and what future business developments are on the drawing board? Mads Olsen, who is Managing Director for Tschudi Logistics Sweden, takes us behind the facade and looks back.
Running a new business in an unstable market
Off for a flying start. Since the opening August 2021, Tschudi Lines has succeeded in operating business in the European short sea market. During the first couple of months, the newly established short sea/liner agent team received several regular bookings on a weekly basis. This has formed a great fundament for further development of the business. Per Møller, who is the Managing Director of Tschudi Lines, shares a few thoughts on the current situation, which is heavily influenced by the unstable market, and the time to come.
Tschudi Mozambique grows - new office in Pemba
The Mozambique adventure began with the opening of our office in Maputo in 2019. Since then, the market has been exceptionally instable with severe impacts posed by firstly, the pandemic and secondly, by the violent disturbances in the northern part of the country. However, the pandemic is now coming to an ease – and increased military presence in the north has stabilized the situation in Cabo Delgado. The office in Maputo has joggled many challenges during the first couple of years, nevertheless, the team has succeeded in building a stable business against all odds. New times are now arising, and this forms the basis for growing Tschudi Mozambique by adding a new office in Pemba.
Office in Szczecin 10 months on the market
It is now 10 months since our office opened in Szczecin, Poland. While Covid-19 has heavily effected the market movements all over the world, our team has succeeded in building a base of clients. This means, that the team during the past 10 months has conducted more than 300 shipments.
New Project Transport department in Oslo
Continuous success for the Scandinavian logistics provider paves the way for new adventures on familiar grounds. Tschudi Logistics Norway expands its area of business, so from today and onwards, the team will provide solutions for project transports, like the rest of the Tschudi Logistics group. Stig Rich Pedersen will be head of the new Project Cargo Department.
Tschudi Lines AS is back
As of 1st August 2021 Per Møller, with his many years’ work experience, will head Tschudi Lines to further develop Short Sea Shipping from Europe to Norway.
We are growing! Office opening in Poland
We are pleased to announce that as from 01.10.2020 Tschudi Logistics Group re-opens a branch office in Poland, where we successfully started our business some years ago. Located in the heart of Szczecin, our new office will serve the customers across the country.
Co-ownership in the Norwegian company Swipload
With the investor trio of Tschudi Logistics, R-Venture and DSS, Swipload gets new owners and raises NOK 4,5 million for future growth. All three owners want to participate actively in the work of building Swipload into Norway’s and Scandinavia’s leading digital platform for transport procurement and digital brokerage.
We are very proud to announce that Tschudi Logistics Finland has won two awards. The awards have been issued by the leading Finnish business media Kauppalehti. Kauppalehti reports news and comments on/analyses financial and economic events. The Kauppalehti concept is based on a strong and continuously developing combination of digital and print media and digital business services. The media includes Kauppalehti, Kauppalehti Optio and a range of digital content services.
Tschudi team in Rotterdam extends service portfolio
It has now been one year since the Dutch Tschudi Logistics office re-opened its doors in Rotterdam. Business is rolling again, and the first year has been characterized by a lot of activity! Not only have they succeeded in picking up the beverage logistics business seamlessly, they have also seen several achievements along the way.
Pylons and counterweights
Our seventh shipment for the Hising Bridge in Gothenburg was finalized with success last week. The shipment included pylons that will hold the 48 metres wide lift span. The new Hising Bridge in central Gothenburg is set to become a landmark, contributing to the development of the city centre on both sides of the River Göta.
Delivery of bridge elements
The Tschudi team was responsible for the logistical setup for the transport of 42 huge bridge elements from Bilbao, Spain to Port of Gothenburg, Sweden. The elements will make up the Hising Bridge and they have been long underway.
January 1st 2020 the new Incoterms 2020 became effective. The terms will replace Incoterms 2010 and is an optimization made in order to avoid pitfalls from the changes in trade practices and regulations. The 2020 terms are very alike the previous version but with slight, yet important, adaptions.
A strong collaboration makes heavy lighter
Recently Tschudi Logistics tailored a bulletproof logistics solution for the transportation of three massive gas turbines. The turbines had to be transported from Norrköping in Sweden to Kandla in India, via Denmark. Port of Grenaa in Denmark was chosen as hub due to its central location in Northern Europe, ideal navigation conditions along with the possibility of heavy lift and storage.
A convoy of 40 vehicles
What does it take to get five massive digesters and one accumulator from Lappeenranta and Teuva in Finland to Virton in Belgium? The answer is quite a lot. Especially when the route includes passing dozens of roundabouts, going under thousands of low hanging electric cables, and passing through several small villages and towns in southern Belgium.
Business thrives in Rotterdam
Seven months ago, the doors to our Tschudi Logistics office in Rotterdam opened. Since then, the business has been thriving and the Dutch Tschudi team has already grown from one to three people. Projects for the coming fall and winter are piling up – with Christmas around the corner, especially orders for transports of alcoholic beverages are booming.
Tschudi Logistics breaks ground in Mozambique
Continuous success paves the way for new adventures on familiar grounds. While the African market can be challenging to enter, the continent offers tremendous business opportunities for those with the necessary know-how.
Tschudi Logistics keeping busy
Currently, the Tschudi Logistics team is occupied on all sides of the business! Project cargo transports are, at the time of writing, being executed in Bilbao in Spain, Halmstad in Sweden, and Qingdao in China just to mention a few.
Tschudi Logistics reopens office in Rotterdam
In recent years, Tschudi Logistics has experienced positive development. A growing demand has resulted in an onboarding of nine employees in 2018, and now the expansion has led to the reopening of the office in Rotterdam. It is the eighth office in the Tschudi Logistics Group that now covers Scandinavia, Estonia, and China. Kees Van der Steen is the Managing Director of the Dutch office, and his experience from working many years in the shipping and logistics industries supports the plan to further strengthen the market position of the Tschudi Logistics Group.
Transportation of drilling machinery
Recently Tschudi Logistics was assigned by Per Aarsleff A/S to ship various machines and machine parts from the northern tip of Norway to Aarhus in Denmark, from where the cargo was further distributed to end-destinations. To ensure that everything ran smoothly our agent from the Danish project transport department, was present on site for both loading and discharge of cargo.
Today the Tschudi Group is run by the 4th generation of the Tschudi family, Felix H. Tschudi. Third generation, Captain Henry F. Tschudi was engaged in the family ship-owning business from 1945 – 1992. Each generation has been entrepreneurial and committed to new strategies thus creating a memorable and exciting history spanning over four generations. Read about the early years of our history here.
A clever merge of Project Transports and Logistics
More streamlined and stronger together – one Tschudi Logistics team working towards a common goal. The merge of the two separate Tschudi companies means that various departments will now be working closely together. Our Tschudi Logistics team will offer services within: project transports, rail, liquid bulk, chartering and groupage. Our offices are in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, and China.
Discharting of 26 bridge elements
Tschudi Logistics is all about large, heavy, oversized dimensions and sites and destinations difficult to reach. The challenge of transporting and discharging the bridge was really hitting the nail right on the head. We knew we wanted to be a part of this; a regional landmark with an expected lifespan of over 100 years and a project to showcase our skills once and for all.
Tschudi Logistics represented in Asia
Since 2016, Tschudi Logistics has been represented with a local office in Qingdao, China. The office is led by Valen Song and Lily Liu who are ready to do logistics in Asia. Our first office in Asia marks a special milestone and is also an integral part of continuous efforts to establish closer ties with Chinese customers and suppliers. We strongly believe and expect that we will now be able to further expand our business and increase our presence in the region.
Project transports - success in Greenland
For two months during the summer of 2016, the mining exploration company ARC has been undertaking programmes at the Maarmorilik Zinc Mine in the North and Nalunaq Gold Mine in the South of Greenland. Tschudi Logistics has been responsible for all project logistics concerning the mines. This has included everything from recruitment of suitable staff and managing a fully catered camp for up to 30 people, to supplying all equipment needed to support the successful exploration activities.
Massive diesel oil tanks
While transporting oversized cargo is far from foreign to our team in Estonia, the recent transportation of 4 massive diesel oil tanks was out of the ordinary. The size of cargo demanded for a special vessel and a 600-ton mobile crane. However, careful and detailed planning ensured that everything went according to plan and cargo was delivered safely and on time!