Throughout history, oceans have been the most widely used mode of transportation for businesses. It gives them the ability to expand their operations to international shores without overburdening them with the extravagant cost of logistics.
Apart from being cost-effective, sea freight is the most environment-friendly mode of transportation. However, businesses are often riddled with a litany of logistical concerns when transporting their goods through oceans.
Moreover, ocean freight providers normally do not offer the desired transparency and reliability—tracking solutions,
easy documentation, and other services—making it difficult for businesses to trust their freight forwarders. Besides, the Covid-19 pandemic and its continuing effects on trade have only exacerbated the challenges for shippers in the dynamic ocean freight landscape. Not to mention the impact of Brexit that has a clear impact on every stage of the logistics process, from transport fees and new limitations to restrictions on
To this end, businesses need a competent partner that can help them strengthen relationships with suppliers, improve their negotiating power, have the ability to forecast changes as well as stave-off any other shippingrelated vagaries.
This is where Italy-based logistics company Zeta System comes into the picture that offers customised freight management solutions for businesses across Europe, from west Mediterranean countries like Italy and Spain to North European countries like U.K., Ireland, and others.
A full Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) and an ISO 9001 certified company for its quality management system, Zeta System specialises in full container load (FCL), port operations, fast load and more for any shipment, ranging fromfood stuff, furniture, leather to consumer goods. “We are the only maritime transport company that offers sea freight rates for special equipment—40’Pallet Wide and 45’HC Pallet Wide containers—and also standard containers, for the trades between Italy and Spain to the UK. We also directly own a fleet of 1000/45’hcpw units,” states Antonio Zaccagnino, CEO at Zeta System.
A Go to Partner for End-to-end Distribution Chain Management
Established in 1992, Zeta System has been a market leader in developing technological solutions that help businesses costeffectively manage and control every step of their logistics chain, including supply chain management, forwarding and groupage, and warehousing and distribution services.
The company boasts of a team of young and performing employees that continuously work to help clients at each step of the way. “We take staff training very seriously to avoid clerical mistakes, enabling our clients to have the best services in terms of assistance and quality,” informs Zaccagnino. Additionally, Zeta System’s 100 affiliated companies help them make clients’ purchases, sales, and logistics easier all over the world.
Moreover, Zeta System provides air and road freight services for time-conscious businesses that want agile transportation services. With years of experience, the company’s consultants supervise all the operations of distribution of goods, from pick-up to delivery, to ensure the goods arrive safely and on time. Further, with one of the best and most efficient distribution resources worldwide, Zeta
System also offers fast and convenient door-to-door pick-up and delivery of goods through its road freight services.
“The UK is our main market that we serve with door-to-door services especially from Italy, Spain, and Romania, where we have direct offices, as well as from many other countries,” mentions Zaccagnino.
Not only this, but the company also renders robust valueadded services. Through a network of offices and affiliated companies based in the world’s main trading centres, Zeta System assists businesses in the seamless management of their international trade. With years of experience in the logistics industry, it eliminates all the administrative hurdles by helping the clients fill the forms for Customs procedures, Chambers of Commerce, Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Transport, Consumer Product Safety Commission, and other governmental organisations. For Instance, after the Brexit, the company opened a customs office in the UK to support its clients at each step through the Brexit, allowing them to have only one interlocutor for all procedures.