Boosting supply chain speeds for fruits and vegetables
Bridging the gaps between farm and port
Farming and cultivation require a lot of hard work. It only makes sense for your logistics to work just as hard to get your produce to market in pristine condition. One of the main challenges is the distance between farm and port. Not only does this increase transit time by up to 2 days, but also increases the risk of delays by road, which could lead to missed shipments.
For us getting closer to origin is key. As a global integrator, Maersk is in a unique position to provide a differentiated integrated logistics solution that includes safer and faster pick up from source, tying up with inland rail services and setting up warehousing closer to farms. Different geographies demand a unique solution and it’s our job to find the easiest, safest and fastest way to get your produce to the port.
Track your goods at every step
Innovative cold chain logistics
Cold chain storage solutions
A seamless citrus journey from Morocco to St. Petersburg
For Clementina - a citrus exporter in Spain, partnering with Maersk has enabled the company to draw advantages from a single, unbroken supply chain with one point of contact. This includes unmatched visibility, efficient customs clearance, increased quality and more in-depth knowledge of costs throughout its supply chain journey. This has given the company more control and the ability to respond to market changes better.
Grown in Italy, enjoyed around the world
After years of being an ocean client, Maersk helped Nava to transition their supply chain beyond a predominantly European market and start exporting to the world. Today, Nava utilises Maersk’s global ocean and inland network, unmatched visibility, local knowledge and seamless administrative services to move its quality produce across the globe, be it apples to India, kiwi fruit and grapes to the US and more.