Guy Tombs offers some candid but fundamentally optimistic thoughts on the current project forwarding market.
In many lines of human endeavour we seek to create order out of chaos by setting rules. Shipping and supply-chain logistics provide endless examples of our attempts at rigour.
Guy M. Tombs explores the keys to resilience and shipping.
Guy Tombs Limited held its 100th anniversary celebration December 1 in Montreal, themed “Welcome New World.”
With his company marking its centenary, Guy M. Tombs set out to discover more about his family’s personal and professional history in Montreal.
Guy Tombs recounts several formative experiences from the company’s early years, and the important lessons learnt along the way.
Growing a shipping company is helped by seeing its potential in global terms, especially because shipping is an international business.
It came home to me that to understand the new rules of this shipping game we must walk away from parochial thinking and embrace new ideas that may be unfamiliar to us.
Guy Tombs, shipbroker, considers how technology and a new generation of professionals will shape the project logistics sector in the years ahead.
Shipping Quotations: Hustle and hard work and quick turnarounds are central to a firm’s success and to its ability to secure good pricing.
Navigating the maze of shipping terms and conditions by Guy M. Tombs, international freight forwarder and shipbroker for almost 40 years.
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