JAS

Argentina

JAS

Argentina

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Serving THE MIDDLE EAST and Beyond

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Who We Are

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JAS Argentina has been a force in Argentina for over two decades. Our commitment to customer service has helped us grow and move towards our goals. We have strategically positioned ourselves in the market thanks to the efficiency, responsibility, and quality with which we offer our service.

Our reputation could have only been achieved with the effort and teamwork of all those who make JAS Argentina the company chosen by our customers year after year. It is our greatest desire is to continue growing, and be the partner chosen by our customers.

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Left: Tyler Sullivan, Director of Sales & Development. Right: John Brennan, Senior Vice President of Aerospace.
JAS' Aerospace & Defense Team to Exhibit at Prestigious Paris Air Show

JAS Worldwide is pleased to announce that its Aerospace & Defense team will be participating in the highly anticipated 54th International Paris Air Show, taking place at Le Bourget, France, in June 2023.

Managed by GIFAS (French Aerospace Industries Association), the 54th edition of this premier industry event is set to welcome an estimated 139,000 trade visitors and 176,000 general visitors from 185 countries. Spanning an impressive 125,000 square meters, the exhibition will feature 140 aircraft on display, accompanied by the participation of 2,700 journalists who will provide extensive media coverage. The event will be inaugurated on Monday, June 19th, in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron.

John Brennan, Senior Vice President of Aerospace at JAS Worldwide and representative of the Government & Defense vertical in JAS’ Top Commercial Leadership Board, expressed his anticipation for the event, stating,  "We are delighted to be returning to this extraordinary event in June. As JAS continues to expand its Aerospace & Defense brand worldwide, our participation in this exhibition offers an exceptional platform to engage with our existing clients, prospects, industry peers, and competitors. It provides us with a prime opportunity to share our compelling JAS Aerospace & Defense story.”

Tyler Sullivan, Director of Sales & Development added, “Just as our Industry has invested in new state of the art technology, JAS Aerospace & Defense has invested in exciting differentiators and solutions to support even the most challenging of our clients’ missions. In today’s austere and ever-changing environment, JAS is looking forward to connecting with our global government and commercial partners as well as potential clients to see just what JAS can do to support our industry. We cannot wait to welcome our clients and friends to Le Bourget and are excited to discuss our best-in-class industry offerings.”

The 54th International Paris Air Show promises to be a momentous event, bringing together key players, innovators, and enthusiasts from these sectors. The team looks forward to connecting with industry stakeholders, forging new partnerships, and demonstrating its commitment to developing innovative solutions tailored to the unique needs of its customers.

Under the best of circumstances, supply chain management can be a complex process. It can be even more complicated during the tropical storm season when the risk of monsoons, typhoons, and hurricanes peaks.
Prepare Your Supply Chain for Tropical Storm Season

June 1 marks the start of tropical storm season, a time when managing supply chains becomes more challenging due to the heightened risk of monsoons, typhoons, and hurricanes. These adverse weather events can result in high winds and flooding, leading to supply chain delays and disruptions. However, businesses can implement measures and take proactive steps to minimize these risks and help keep their supply chains moving.

  • One critical step is to assess a supply chain's potential risks and vulnerabilities. By identifying which suppliers and transportation routes are most likely to be affected by tropical storms and ensuring that backup plans are in place, supply chains are less likely to be disrupted if severe weather occurs.
  • Prioritizing freight can help prevent further disruptions. Severe weather can cause airport and port closures and they may reopen with limited capacity and backlogs. Knowing which freight is most important can help prevent further disruptions.
  • Diversifying transportation routes can help ensure a company is not overly reliant on any one supplier or transportation mode, reducing the risk of disruptions if a tropical storm impacts a particular supplier or route.
  • Proactively monitoring the weather during tropical storm season is vital. It allows businesses to stay well-informed of impending severe weather that might impact shipment delivery. While forecasts change at a moment’s notice, being aware of the weather forecast and any precautionary measures taken locally, such as port and airport closures and shelter-in-place orders, is essential.
  • In the event of severe weather, maintaining supply chain visibility and real-time access to information about paused and canceled shipments is vital. By maintaining supply chain visibility, you can more easily identify potential problems, allowing you to make early and informed decisions that can help keep your supply chains running smoothly.
  • Maintaining communication with service providers is essential, and it's crucial to ensure they know which cargo is highest priority and receive early warning about needed shipments. This helps reduce delays caused by canceled flights and closed ports, resulting in reduced capacity.

With tropical storm season upon us, it is important to be prepared for whatever disruptions severe weather might bring. Whether it is developing a contingency plan long before severe weather hits or rerouting cargo and utilizing air cargo options when severe weather occurs, JAS can help keep your supply chain running smoothly. Contact your local JAS office to ensure your supply chain is ready for the upcoming season.

For the second year in a row, the JAS Pharma & Healthcare team looks forward to meeting you at LogiPharma Asia.
JAS Pharma & Healthcare to Attend and Sponsor LogiPharma Asia

JAS Worldwide is proud to share its participation as both an attendee and sponsor at the highly anticipated LogiPharma Asia 2023 conference. The event, scheduled to take place in Singapore from June 20-21, brings together industry leaders, experts, and professionals from the pharmaceutical and healthcare logistics sector.


On day one, Derek Lee, Vice President, Pharma & Healthcare, JAS APAC, and Jason Liebrecht, Sales Director, Pharma & Healthcare, JAS Japan, will lead a VIP Synergy Workshop entitled "How to Leverage Latest Technology and Innovation to Plan and Predict a Temperature-Controlled Shipment." This workshop will allow attendees to collaborate with leading practitioners and peers to develop creative and responsive design-thinking solutions for challenges within their organizations.


On the second day, Derek Lee, Vice President of Pharma & Healthcare, JAS APAC, will participate in a panel discussion titled "Driving Technological Developments and Implementing Next-Level Temperature Monitoring in the Global Supply Chain." This engaging session will explore the strategies and best practices for successfully driving technological advancements and implementing state-of-the-art temperature monitoring solutions across the global supply chain.


As a sponsor of LogiPharma Asia 2023, JAS Worldwide is dedicated to supporting the advancement of pharmaceutical and healthcare logistics. The company recognizes the significance of collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and innovation in addressing the industry's evolving demands and meeting client's needs worldwide.


JAS' presence at LogiPharma Asia 2023 reinforces its commitment to delivering exceptional temperature-controlled logistics services and driving technological advancements within the global supply chain. The team looks forward to engaging with industry peers, sharing valuable insights, and contributing to the success of this prestigious event.


For more information or to request a ticket, click the link below or contact your local JAS representative.

Alexander Kappeli, Managing Director, JAS Colombia
Alexander Kappeli appointed as new Managing Director for JAS Colombia

JAS Americas is pleased to announce the appointment of Alexander Kappeli as Managing Director for Colombia. In this role, Kappeli will be responsible for overseeing and growing JAS’ business operations in the local market.


Kappeli brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience.A graduate of KV Zurich Business School, Kappeli has more than 20 years of experience in the logistics and supply chain industry. Prior to joining JAS he has spent time working in the European, North American and Latin American markets.


He succeeds Maria Paula Eslava, who joined JAS USA as the Miami Branch Manager.


"We are thrilled to welcome Alexander to the JAS team. His extensive knowledge of the industry and proven track record of success will be invaluable as we continue to strengthen and grow our business in Colombia and reinforce our market position within the country," said Adrian Emmenegger, EVP Americas. "At the same time, we would like to express our appreciation to Maria for her contributions over the past several years. She has led a solid organization that is well-prepared for continued growth."


Kappeli’s appointment is effective immediately, and he will be based out of the Bogotá, Colombia office.

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Prepare Your Supply Chain for Tropical Storm Season

Strategies to minimize risks and keep your supply chains moving during the heightened risk of monsoons, typhoons, and hurricanes

June 1, 2023

Under the best of circumstances, supply chain management can be a complex process. It can be even more complicated during the tropical storm season when the risk of monsoons, typhoons, and hurricanes peaks.

June 1 marks the start of tropical storm season, a time when managing supply chains becomes more challenging due to the heightened risk of monsoons, typhoons, and hurricanes. These adverse weather events can result in high winds and flooding, leading to supply chain delays and disruptions. However, businesses can implement measures and take proactive steps to minimize these risks and help keep their supply chains moving.

  • One critical step is to assess a supply chain's potential risks and vulnerabilities. By identifying which suppliers and transportation routes are most likely to be affected by tropical storms and ensuring that backup plans are in place, supply chains are less likely to be disrupted if severe weather occurs.
  • Prioritizing freight can help prevent further disruptions. Severe weather can cause airport and port closures and they may reopen with limited capacity and backlogs. Knowing which freight is most important can help prevent further disruptions.
  • Diversifying transportation routes can help ensure a company is not overly reliant on any one supplier or transportation mode, reducing the risk of disruptions if a tropical storm impacts a particular supplier or route.
  • Proactively monitoring the weather during tropical storm season is vital. It allows businesses to stay well-informed of impending severe weather that might impact shipment delivery. While forecasts change at a moment’s notice, being aware of the weather forecast and any precautionary measures taken locally, such as port and airport closures and shelter-in-place orders, is essential.
  • In the event of severe weather, maintaining supply chain visibility and real-time access to information about paused and canceled shipments is vital. By maintaining supply chain visibility, you can more easily identify potential problems, allowing you to make early and informed decisions that can help keep your supply chains running smoothly.
  • Maintaining communication with service providers is essential, and it's crucial to ensure they know which cargo is highest priority and receive early warning about needed shipments. This helps reduce delays caused by canceled flights and closed ports, resulting in reduced capacity.

With tropical storm season upon us, it is important to be prepared for whatever disruptions severe weather might bring. Whether it is developing a contingency plan long before severe weather hits or rerouting cargo and utilizing air cargo options when severe weather occurs, JAS can help keep your supply chain running smoothly. Contact your local JAS office to ensure your supply chain is ready for the upcoming season.

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Under the best of circumstances, supply chain management can be a complex process. It can be even more complicated during the tropical storm season when the risk of monsoons, typhoons, and hurricanes peaks.

Prepare Your Supply Chain for Tropical Storm Season

June 1 marks the start of tropical storm season, a time when managing supply chains becomes more challenging due to the heightened risk of monsoons, typhoons, and hurricanes. These adverse weather events can result in high winds and flooding, leading to supply chain delays and disruptions. However, businesses can implement measures and take proactive steps to minimize these risks and help keep their supply chains moving.

  • One critical step is to assess a supply chain's potential risks and vulnerabilities. By identifying which suppliers and transportation routes are most likely to be affected by tropical storms and ensuring that backup plans are in place, supply chains are less likely to be disrupted if severe weather occurs.
  • Prioritizing freight can help prevent further disruptions. Severe weather can cause airport and port closures and they may reopen with limited capacity and backlogs. Knowing which freight is most important can help prevent further disruptions.
  • Diversifying transportation routes can help ensure a company is not overly reliant on any one supplier or transportation mode, reducing the risk of disruptions if a tropical storm impacts a particular supplier or route.
  • Proactively monitoring the weather during tropical storm season is vital. It allows businesses to stay well-informed of impending severe weather that might impact shipment delivery. While forecasts change at a moment’s notice, being aware of the weather forecast and any precautionary measures taken locally, such as port and airport closures and shelter-in-place orders, is essential.
  • In the event of severe weather, maintaining supply chain visibility and real-time access to information about paused and canceled shipments is vital. By maintaining supply chain visibility, you can more easily identify potential problems, allowing you to make early and informed decisions that can help keep your supply chains running smoothly.
  • Maintaining communication with service providers is essential, and it's crucial to ensure they know which cargo is highest priority and receive early warning about needed shipments. This helps reduce delays caused by canceled flights and closed ports, resulting in reduced capacity.

With tropical storm season upon us, it is important to be prepared for whatever disruptions severe weather might bring. Whether it is developing a contingency plan long before severe weather hits or rerouting cargo and utilizing air cargo options when severe weather occurs, JAS can help keep your supply chain running smoothly. Contact your local JAS office to ensure your supply chain is ready for the upcoming season.

Port Logistics

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Seaports are critical components of the global transport system. JAS is present with our own port terminals at every port in Norway as well as via our partners in countries around the globe. This provides a global network of opportunities for our customers with the ability to meet all types of international inquiries. With convenient port locations, it is only a short distance from ships to land-based logistics functions.

Loading and discharging of bulk loads, tankers, and container vessels

We have a close relationship with large industrial suppliers and ship owners and operate as agents for the largest feeder companies. We offer loading and discharging of bulk loads, tankers, and container vessels, and quayside storage provides direct access to container ships and marine vessels. This is available from both our own and our clients’ quays. In addition, our experienced team members can provide all services related to the stuffing, stripping, securing, and packaging of goods in containers.

Container depots in all Norway ports and experienced engineer teams onsite

All Norway ports have container depots and dedicated staff with broad experience in terminal operations. Our teams of qualified service engineers oversee the maintenance and repair of all containers, ensuring they are ready to be loaded and shipped. We provide daily stock- and movement-reports, and always have the right equipment available at the right time.

Cross-docking solutions keep your goods moving

Port Workers

We offer a cross-docking solution that keeps your goods moving. The storage time is significantly reduced, or eliminated, as the goods are distributed directly to the customer. The goods are received through an inbound dock, separated, mixed as required, and directly transferred to the outbound dock. This is a convenient solution for temperature-controlled goods that must be transported quickly or already packaged and sorted goods.

Your complete port logistics provider

One of the most important things in port logistics is personal service. We put the customers first, solving their problems by providing customized solutions and around-the-clock customer service with flexible and reliable processes. No matter the size of your shipment or the needs you may have, we are your complete port logistics provider.

Expertise You Can Trust

As with all of JAS Worldwide's country-based operations, JAS Argentina specializes in the complex world of freight forwarding. Our people are intimately familiar with the process of moving cargo throughout the globe. We're beside you to navigate the logistical maze of carrier relationships, customs & regulatory challenges, risk management, and the hundreds of other issues that face companies seeking to move their goods by air, sea, or land.

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JAS Argentina is proud to stand alongside JAS team members strategically positioned around the world. When you choose JAS, you gain the tremendous value of a company that offers high-level forwarding expertise - a company that operates with one of the most advanced information management systems of any forwarder in the world. To find out why JAS is a best-in-class company, contact us through the form at the bottom of this page.

Leverage the expertise we've built for companies like yours. We prove ourselves every day.

At JAS Argentina we are proud to have consolidated our position in the local market through our hard work and making sure we meet every client´s demands and live up to our commitment to become the best in what we do. Steady growth has made us very adaptable to constant changes and the challenges that come up.

We make it our goal to provide the highest quality of service and to keep our clients satisfied, supported by the JAS Group and all its people, who make the difference.

Patricio Pranzetti

Managing Director, JAS Argentina

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