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TRC Shipping and Logistics Pvt. Ltd.,
197 (Old No.97) Thambu Chetty Street,
Chennai - 600001

Tel : +91 44 30400798
Fax: +91 44 25245231

Email : chozzhan@gmail.com

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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Now new team in TRC Shipping

After long time, I have added more staff in action for TRC Shipping which help us to grow to next level.  I hope you can contact our customer service and marketing team to get further information about our service.  We need to give the best service to our customers at all times.  You can see all our email ID for your kind reference

Customer Service :   shirly@trcshipping.com

Marketing :  chozhan@trcshipping.com



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Accounts Dept  : guru@trcshipping.com,  akshaya@trcshipping.com

Other support team :



Sunday, November 17, 2013

Freight Forwarding Service from Chennai to Sydney

We have started Freight Forwarding service from Chennai to Sydney (Australia) and Now we request all the Exporters can join with our service.  Normally we have two operations every week to sydney from Chennai and it will reach within 15 days time.  TRC Shipping is the 9 years old company and we do the best service to our shippers at all times.

TRC Shipping and Logistics Pvt. Ltd.,
197 Thambu Chetty Street,
Chennai - 600 001

Tel :  044 30400798
Fax: 044 25245231

Mobile :  +91 9382215999 and 9444030499

Email : chozhan@trcshipping.com

Website :  www.trcshipping.com

Friday, November 8, 2013

Birth Day Celebration

Today One of our director's (C.S.John Kennedy) Birthday celebration at our office.  All TRC Shipping staff join with us.  Now we will up this event in our www.trcshipping.com and www.trcshipping.in soon.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Exim Banks of India and Korea Sign MoU

Union Finance Minister, Shri Pranab Mukherjee and the Minister of Strategy and Finance of the Republic of Korea, Mr.Yoon Jeung-Hyun met to day alongwith their official delegations for their 2nd bilateral meeting. The first bilateral meeting of Finance Ministers was held in Seoul in September 2006. Making his opening remarks, Finance Minister Shri Pranab Mukherjee said that there is not of commonality of interest among the two countries and can play major role in recovery of global economy from its recent meltdown. He said both countries have common approach to global issues and are making serious efforts for stronger and sustainable growth. He alos emphsized the need for institutionalizing the financial and economic cooperation and dialogue among the two countries. He said that there is a lot of scope for South Indian companies to invest in India in infrastructure sector including transport, power and IT network. He said that both the countries can benefit by sharing of their knowledge in financial and economic areas.
Visiting South Korean Minister Mr.Yoon Jeung-Hyun in his opening remarks said that these bilateral meetings should be held at Finance Ministers level annually and his country is keen to have strong relationships with India not only in financial and economic areas but other areas as well. He said that there is a lot of scope for cooperation among the two countries in the fields of double taxation pricing policy and infrastructure developments among others.
Later the official delegations of both the countries led by their respective ministers discussed a wide range of issues raning from macro economic developments in the global economy. Performance and future directions of G20 mechanism, cooperation between the financial supervisory authorities of the two countries, further cooperation in infrastructure and green sector projects through Private-Public Partnerships, issues of tax reconciliation and disinvestment of State Owned enterprises. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the EXIM banks of the two countries for the purpose of promoting trade and investment. Mr.Prabhakar Datal, Executive Director from EXIM Bank of India and Ki-Sub Nam, Executive Director from Korean Exim Bank signed the MOU.
India-Korea relations rest on deep historical ties based on a strong foundation of shared cultural heritage, commitment to domocracy and desire to establish a long-term cooperative partnership. Top Cooperation between the two countries covers all areas of bilateral relations, namely political, economic and coomercial, defence, information technology, science and technology, cultural exchange, etc. The bilateral meeting between the finance ministers is expected to further strenthen this relationship, increase mutual cooperation in the G20, and lead to increased investment opportunities in the two countries.

Ningbo box volume up record 31 pc to 11.2 million TEUs

Eastern China's port of Ningbo handled 11.2 million TEU's from January to October, upby 31 per cent year on year, setting a new record. By the end of October, there were 229 shipping routes that included Ningbo, more than last year's 216. One hundred and twenty four of them are ocean shipping lines, 53 near sea lines, 20 feeder lines and 32 domestic trade lines. Besides, the port's laden container export monthly volume went beyond 400,000 TEUs since May 2010.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Sical Logistics Q2 FY 09 Operating Profit Grows By 43%

Sical Logistics Ltd, India’s leading provider of integrated multi-modal logistics solutions for bulk and containerized cargo and offshore logistics, today announced that its operating profit grew by 43% to Rs.14.61 vs Rs.10.18 crore, a year ago.

The logistics business continued its steady growth with improvements in both net profit and EBIDTA levels.The Consolidated net sales of the second fiscal quarter ended 30 september 2008 was Rs,172.2 crore va.265.84 crore a year ago. The consolidated EBIDTA for Q2 FY09 was Rs.24.6 crore a ago. The consolidated EBIDTA for H1 (half year) FY 2009 was Rs.46.44 crore vs Rs.44.67 crore, up 4% a year ago.

Sical’s container logistics business grew at more than 60% over the second quarter of previous year,adding new customers and enhancing services to existing customers. Its half yearly container volumes till September 08 grew at 11% to 70.503 TEUs from 63772 TEUs a year ago The offshore logistics business also saw string growth in dollar earnings, which were not exposed to currency fluctuations,
From irs platform supply vessel in the North sea.The real business continued its positive growth with the addition of a third rake in its fleet. On the results, Mr.Ashwin C Muthiah, chairman , sical Logistics said,”The Second quarter F’ 2009 results are along project lines, despite a difficult economic environment. Our logistics business continues to be stable and earnings projects are steady as per estimates,” During the second fiscal quarter,we made significant progress in our second rake commenced operations on the North south corridor and we recently received delivery of our third rake. We achieved the financial closure of the Nagpur sical Gupta road terminal and continued construction work at an accelerated pace on the sical iron ore terminal at Egmore. Our overall outlook remains positive and we are confident og achieving strong value led growth for all our stakeholcers in the long term.”added Mr. Ashwin Muthiah, Chairman, sical Logistics.

Friday, June 6, 2008

Chennai Clearing Agents and Forwarding Agents

All the Chennai Exporters and Importers can get Shipping, Clearing and Forwarding Services From Chennai to worldwide destinations ( Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, Australia, Europe, United Kingdom(UK), Belgium GErmany, France, Italy, Netherlands, South Africa, West Africa, USA, South America, UAE, Dubai, Jebel Ali, Mauritius) to get all the Sea Export and Air Export, Sea Import and Air Import Inquiries Contact the following Clearing and Forwarding Agent :

No.197 (Old No.97) Thambu Chetty Street,
Chennai - 600001, India
Tel : +91 44 32552940
Fax : +91 44 25245231

Email: chozzhan@gmail.com
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