Pros and cons of a big company
Formag Forwarding has been on the market for the last 28 years. During this time the company has grown steadily. And the team grows too. But an atmosphere in the company remains the same.
Karina came to Formag Forwarding in September 2020. She was working in a small forwarding company for 2,5 years before. Today she can grasp the distinction between working in a big company and a small firm.
Transit of Belarusian goods
The worldwide COVID-19 epidemic has caused an imbalance of cargo traffic and container equipment. China overcame the first wave of epidemic sooner than the rest of the world. The quantity of empty equipment and containers with Chinese export, which were leaving the country for six months, was much more than the quantity of the containers with the imported goods. That caused a lack of empty equipment in China and a fourfold increase in freight rates from Southwest Asia.
Formag Agencies about the delivery and forwarding of the used cars from the USA
Colleagues from Formag Agencies share their experience in the delivery and clearance of used cars from the USA, talk about their achievements and secrets of success.
Natalia Sokolvak tells about new transshipment and warehouse complex
In 2019 Formag Forwarding has started construction of a transshipment and warehouse complex. Though one of the buildings has been still under construction, storage and handling services are providing at the warehouse. Natalia Sokolvak tells about the goals, technical characteristics of the complex, services, and the planned completion date of the new building.
High-quality service is provided by reliable employees
In the country with more than 170 thousand km of roads and a freight traffic volume of road transportation of about 100 million tons per year, container transportation by road is an important component of the multimodal door-to-door cargo delivery process. And Formag Forwarding has a special attitude to this process.
Caring for employees
«Everything goes by, this too shall pass…» — Masha Chebruchan, hr-manager, started her webinar on stress management with this phrase from the well-known legend about the ring of King Solomon.
Compulsory quarantine has a negative impact not only on the world economy but on humans' mental health. According to McKinsey consumer survey from March 27-29, 63% of respondents reported feeling anxious or depressed due to pandemic of COVID-19. People are worried about the health and safety of their families, their work, and the ability to live the lives they love.