Maritime Transport & Agencies (MTA), soon to be rebranded Greencarrier Consolidators, have signed an exclusive agreement with Charter Link. The two companies will offer customers improved end-to-end capabilities and more direct services to and from China, Hong Kong, India and the Nordic markets.
This strategic move is part of our and Greencarrier Group’s long-term ambition in growing the consolidation business. To mark the expansion, MTA will rebrand to Greencarrier Consolidators later this year.
“I am very pleased that we have partnered up with such a well-established company in one of our most important regions of business. Together we will offer our customers in the Nordic and Baltic markets very competitive transport solutions,” said Nicolas Myrén, CEO MTA, Maritime Transport & Agencies.
“We are impressed by the Greencarrier Group’s strong presence in the Nordic and Baltic region, and its vision in green shipping and sustainable logistics. Greencarrier Consolidators will strengthen our neutral LCL network and help facilitate further developments in key markets like China and India,” said Michael C. Tsui, Executive Director of the Charter Link Logistics Group.
The partnership with Charter Link is founded on common values, culture, objectives and desire to expand the business together. Charter Link is a progressive and respected NVOCC and a perfect match as a long-term and stable partner for Greencarrier Consolidators.
“Charter Link is the right strategic partner when moving forward. Together we aim to become a leading neutral NVOCC operator in the Nordic, Baltic and German markets,” said Nicolas Myrén.
About Charter Link Logistics
Charter Link Logistics (CTL) is a recognized leader in the neutral LCL (less-than-container load) ocean consolidation industry. Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Hong Kong, CTL operates more than 50 international locations with over 1,500 staff and supported by over 200 agent partners worldwide.