Home About us News Core Services Solutions Resources Contact us
     
Meeting The Needs
Always a Pioneer
A Solution ...
Need it Faster
Specialized services
Direct consolidation to Canada
International Networks
 
Seafreight
Airfreight
Logistics
NEWS
Changing to new area codes for landline phones in Viet Nam
Effective by the below scheduled, our offices will change the area code of their landline phones

VP Tel Fax From
(2017)
Danang (236)
358 3686
(236)
358 3686
27/02
Haiphong (225)
382 1275
(225)
382 1276
15/04
Hanoi (24)
3514 7047
(24)
3514 7047
17/06
Saigon (28)
3899 8696
(28)
3899 8699
17/06

Sales Logistics Career opportunities for those young people who are energetic, creative, competent and desire to work in a professional environment in which human factors are considered valuable assets.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLM CERTIFICATION (CLM-079) We pleased to announce that our Documents Team Leader – Pham Thanh Hoai - has certified for the “Certificated Logistics Master Program” – funded by the Mekong-Republic of Korea (ROK) Cooperation Fund (MRCF).
T&M Forwarding is now FMC registered OTI T&M Forwarding is now FMC bonded under OTI # 026164 as registered foreign based NVOCC. To comply with FMC registration requirement, T&M Forwarding, an individual member of FIATA, has used FIATA Group Bond Programme and is the first Vietnamese freight forwarder / NVOCC to successfully apply for registration using this programme.  
INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
» Solutions
Direct consolidation to Canada

In an ongoing effort to provide Vietnamese exporters and Canadian importers with enhanced service options,T&M Forwardinghas established a new LCL ocean freight service from Hochiminh & Haiphong, Vietnam to Toronto & Montreal, Canada utilizing the Port of Prince Rupert (PRR).

Our first consolidation container departed directly from Hochiminh City on Friday, June 12th and arrived in Prince Rupert on Wednesday, July 1st.

T&M Forwardinghas been a leader in the Vietnam to Canada tradelane for a number of years and we are pleased to add Prince Rupert serviceto Toronto and Montreal.

The Port of Prince Rupert will provide importers with a premium service offering that will ultimately achieve quicker transit times than traditional MLB gateway routings, due to the shorter distance between port pairs, a quicker turnaround time from vessel to rail, and an average rail transit time of 130 hrs from PRR to Toronto and 149 hrs to Montreal.

Please contact your localT&M Forwarding representative to obtain additional information on this new service, or to place your booking.

E-mail: agency@tmforwarding.com

Phone: +84 8 3822 0038

Contact: Ivy Anh ext 106 / Sharon Thu ext 108 / Belly Bich ext 109


:

  International Networks
  Advanced Information System
  Inbound Freights
  Outbound Freights
  Direct consolidation to Canada



FEATURED SERVICES
e-Business Portal
CONTACT US
T & M Forwarding Ltd.
( Ho Chi Minh Head Office )
Pearl Plaza Office Tower, 17/F
561A Dien Bien Phu St.,
Ward 25, Binh Thanh District
Ho Chi Minh City - VIETNAM
Tel: +84 (28) 3899 8696
Fax: +84 (28) 3899 8699
info@tmforwarding.com
Branches »
Sales Division
Hochiminh Hanoi
sharon.thu1305
Haiphong Danang
kellydung82
Dalat General
chilovely1080
INDUSTRY NEWS
Record monthly US imports forecast for August
Cyber attack highlights maritime security limitations
Testing the limits of cyber security
Proliferation of shipping data raises questions of ownership
Project cargo shippers, carriers pin hopes on Ex-Im Bank
Global air cargo hits seven-year peak
IAG cargo, revenues grow
No slowdown in strong air cargo demand, June figures show
Japan air cargo growth to slow
Global air cargo rally gains momentum
Americas Cargo Monthly: Airfreight demand continues to soar at US carriers
LATAM's quarterly cargo traffic improves for first time since 2013
Horse sense: Jettainer offers leasing option for flying stables
Miami air cargo tonnage up by 4.8% in first half of 2017
1GSA adds TEK Poseidon as new Russian member
The 4th Annual Asia- Pacific 3PL and Supply Chain Summit
Insight from CSCMP
How Healthy are the Freight Forwarders?
Supply Chain As A Retail Channel
Supply Chain Summit: Chicago

Visitors: