In April 2012, the Kazakhstan government initiated “State Program for Livestock Development” to boost the dairy and beef exports. US$875 million were allocated for the import of cattle’s and infrastructure improvement for the first five years of the project. Globalink got engaged …
GLOBALINK has been contracted to transport Chevrolet and Daewoo automobiles from their production factory in Asaka (Uzbekistan) to Incheon (Korea). As well as the vehicles, a large volume of related spare parts were also to be transported.
Globalink Transportation and Logistics Worldwide (PCN member representing Kazakhstan & Azerbaijan) has recently been recognized with the title of ‘Best Service Provider’ as part of the Kazakhstan Altyn Sapa Presidential Prize Awards.
Globalink has been rated as the “best service provider in the country” in Kazakhstan for 2014. Siddique Khan, president and CEO of Globalink, accepted the corresponding award from the Kazakh president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, at a ceremony held in the country’s capital Astana.
Globalink Logistics Group’s experienced project team from Kazakhstan was tasked with handling and working out the most efficient route for the transportation of two transformers from Hefey, China, to Atyrau, Kazakhstan.
Companies that work in the heavylift logistics field are often faced with major challenges. One difficulty arises from a frequent need to transfer a weighty consignment from the vehicles deployed for a preliminary overland leg to a vessel for a waterborne stage and then back to other units for onward carriage.
Globalink Logistics Group has been presented with the Community Service Award by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), at the 2014 Awards Gala Dinner in Kazakhstan
The transport and logistics industry is evolving rapidly in the countries of Central Asia too. The Kazakh logistics group Globalink is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2014. At the Breakbulk Europe 2014 trade fair in Antwerp Siddique Khan, the company’s president and CEO, and Christian Doepgen, the ITJ’s editor-in-chief, found time to talk about Eurasian plans, crises and opportunities.
On 22 November 2010, a panel of independent judges announced the finalists in the 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year in Kazakhstan awards.
TBY talks to Siddique Khan, President and CEO of Globalink Logistics Group, on Kazakhstan as a base of operations, the company’s growth, and the transportation sector’s importance in diversifying the economy.
Air Cargo Week Newspaper (ACW), covering news and features about international air freight for the global air cargo industry, published an article on the diversity in markets and infrastructure in Central Asia based on the interview with the President of Globalink Mr. Siddique Khan.
BreakBulk Magazine, renowned in the industry, featured a topic covering ‘The New Silk Road’. The article covers an interview with the President of Globalink Mr. Siddique Khan.