September 6, 2016– PFN (Project Freight Net B.V.) has announced the addition of Central Oceans Shanghai as their new member for China to its Project Freight Forwarders network.
Mr. James Lee (manager of the Shanghai office) states Central Oceans is one of the fastest growing firms in the project transport and general cargo industries. Our ongoing success is based on our proven ability to provide customer-driven solutions, setting new standards in our evolving market.
We have carved a niche for ourselves by offering industrial clients both standard and tailored transport solutions. Our solutions are not only faster and more efficient, but we are also able to handle the transport of abnormal cargo to difficult or remote destinations.
Central Oceans’ hands-on management team and highly experienced project personnel possess an in-depth understanding of the most challenging aspects of complex projects. They have also built on an impressive track record, predominantly in projects for industries related to the Oil & Gas, Power & Plant, Mining & Metals, Marine and Infrastructure. With the trust given by our customers and the reputation we have built up, we continue our expansion and becoming a member of the exclusive network of Project Freight Net – PFN is all part of our continuing efforts in growing ourselves and with the PFN “member circle of trust” we feel very confident for the future.
Central Oceans Shanghai
Contact: Mr. Bram van Olphen
Room 305, Block B,
No. 128 Yan Ping Road,
Phone: Main Office: +86-(0)21-5283.1160
Central Oceans Shanghai forms a welcome addition to the PFN network especially for their expertise in China whereby we have also looked at the future potential that Central Oceans Shanghai and PFN will have together in the 2nd level strategy of the network.
PFN is a Project Freight Forwarders network that offers its members not just all the usual network benefits but in addition adds online systems, like projeXsmart™ and PFNLead, to advance their processes and efficiency. PFN offers know-how and educational programs that are recognized by the industry and in line with ISO21500. In these times of economic turmoil and a strong decline in industrial projects it is important to be part of a network that looks out for the members and the wellbeing of its members. Exclusivity is another part of the strategy that the network has whereby we like to look at the quality of a country member rather than quantity. Industrial customers and EPC organizations look for consistency and quality.