Celtic Forwarding - Brief History

2009 Meinenger's International Magazine reports Celtic Forwarding as Best Logistics provider to the Irish Wine trade.
2008 Celtic Forwarding becomes the first freight forwarder to complete both intra-EU and global cross-border paper-free trades through its participation in the 18-month EU funded Clearview project led by TradeFacilitate.
2006 Celtic Forwarding is accepted into the Global Logistics Network (GLN) and attends it's 5th Annual conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The organisation is one of the largest forwarders networks in the world and consists of 192 members based in 233 cities in 81 countries with an annual revenue of USD1.45 billion.
2005 As it's reputation grows in the Project cargo field Celtic Forwarding becomes a member of the specialist Global Project Logistics Network which has members worldwide who are expert in the movement of large equipment and project movements.
  Celtic wins three prestigious awards at the annual AGM of the AerOcean Network, held in Dubai.
2003 Celtic officially commences airfreight import and export operations and is accepted as a member of IATA- CASS.
2002 The company opens its 5th location in Ireland, as the Limerick office is opened.
2000 Celtic Shipping Agencies Ltd is formed to service the specialist handling requirements of Irish vehicle importers mainly using Roll/On Roll/Off (Ro/Ro) services.
1999 Groupage container service operations commence from central hubs in Rotterdam and Antwerp. 
1998 Celtic Logistics Limited is formed to cater for the growing requirements of customers in logistics and warehousing.
1997 Celtic Forwarding opens office in Waterford Port specialising in the handling of ISO tanks and  fleet management.
1996 Direct groupage trailer services from France and Italy commence.
1988 Celtic begins working with the Wines & Beverage industries. 
1984 Direct trailer services from/to France begin in partnership with Groupe Norbert Dentressangle.
1982 Company opens its Drogheda office in order to look after the interests of its growing client base using Drogheda port for bulk cargo.
1979 Company commences activity in Dublin as general freight forwarding company, employing 5 senior staff with experience in Ship's agency, chartering, road haulage and liner agency. 

 

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