In business since 2004, and we have the scars to prove it. We survived the Great Recession of 2008 and political unrest in a couple of Caribbean ports. CentEx Cargo remained efficient and functional during the pandemic. We’ve learned to work remotely, generating quotes and booking numbers while giving continued support to truckers and port employees deemed essential workers. As a result, we were able to expand and solidify the logistics infrastructure that’s available to us, our suppliers, and customers. We’re now part of a stronger ecosystem that has the capability of surviving the next crisis. We’ve been dealing with congestion in the port of Los Angeles in California and the port of New York/New Jersey, which causes severe delays in the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) given to the indivual shipper and consignee. In every instance, management instructed the entire hybrid team and in-person staff to tell the truth to customers. Caribbean Shipping needs a team like ours: a team who knows how to raise the bar and take its responsibilities seriously. A team that’s reliable and delivers to customers even when things appear impossible. A strategic inflection point or competition? Of all the changes in the forces of competition, the most difficult one to deal with, is when one of the forces becomes so strong; I mean by a ’10X’ factor, that it transforms the very essence of how business is conducted in this industry (e.g., Covid-19 or choosing the transport of full truck loads and drayage of containers over residential pickups). This is one of the main reasons why we stopped worrying about the competition. CentEx Cargo/STG Logistics stays ahead of the market and listens to its customers. Our LCL Export team is proactive and ready to take Caribbean shipping to the next level.
‘The Next Level of International Shipping ‘