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JAS Projects is an independent business unit within JAS Worldwide and consists of a team of project and energy logistics experts with a proven track record in the industries. Available at strategic locations worldwide, the team provides project-forwarding services to industrial clients and EPC companies. JAS Projects serves both buyers and suppliers of large industrial goods, heavy and over-dimensional equipment and modules.

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Pictured from left to right: Philipp Weidlich, Farhan Khawaja, Thorsten Mock, Thorsten Grams, Leo Wu, Boris Ruediger.
JAS Projects Establishes Committee to Meet Demands of Global Growth

JAS Projects is pleased to announce the formation of its Global Management Committee. This strategic initiative follows recent changes at the JAS Projects headquarters in Bremen, Germany, with the appointment of Thorsten Mock as the new Global Managing Director of JAS Projects.
 
The Global Management Committee comprises a team of accomplished professionals who will play a key role in shaping JAS Projects' future strategies and addressing clients' evolving needs in the rapidly changing environment, markets, and technologies. The nominated members of the committee are as follows:

  • Thorsten Mock - Managing Director JAS Projects Global  
  • Thorsten Grams - Director Business Development & Operations JAS Projects Global  
  • Philipp Weidlich - Head of JAS Projects USA & Canada  
  • Boris Ruediger - Head of JAS Projects Germany, Korea & Japan  
  • Farhan Khawaja - Head of JAS Projects Middle East  
  • Leo Wu - Head of JAS Projects China  

The formation of the Global Management Committee reflects JAS Projects' commitment to delivering exceptional services tailored to the specific needs of its clients. As the Managing Director of JAS Projects, Thorsten Mock, explained, "This committee has been established not to reinvent the wheel, but to better address the future demands in our industry and those of our clients."  
 
Aligned with the vision of JAS Worldwide, the committee recognizes the significance of collective effort and collaboration. By adopting a unified approach and harnessing the extensive expertise within the organization, JAS Projects is fully prepared to embrace what is to come.
 
Establishing the Global Management Committee marks an important milestone for JAS Projects. With a strong focus on client-centric strategies and a commitment to excellence, JAS Projects is poised to strengthen its position as a leader in the industry.

The chances and the challenges are immense in view to sustainability, decarbonization, and the transition from fossil to green energies, "This is the challenge for all of us," Thorsten Mock says, and JAS Projects is ready to live up to its responsibilities with the strong commitment of JAS Worldwide.

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UPDATED Customer Advisory: Red Sea Attacks and Suez Canal Bypass

Current Situation  

Two and a half months into the crisis, the immediate risk situation in the Red Sea has not improved, and multiple new attacks with high frequency have been witnessed in the region this past week. The long-term impact on container shipping remains uncertain. Continued geopolitical tensions, logistical challenges, and potential for disruptions contribute to an environment of volatility. Shippers and industry stakeholders are advised to remain informed and adjust their strategies accordingly. 

Industry Insights, Facts & Market Developments 

Below are some additional key facts and market developments surrounding the situation, including a timeline of major events.  

  • Drewry’s WCI composite index, indicates a further 2% decline compared to last week. It is important to note that although the Index has decreased, it is still significantly higher than pre-pandemic levels and the 10-year average.  
  • Spot rates from the US East Coast to Asia begin to rise, mirroring the earlier increases observed on European and Mediterranean routes reported last week.  
  • Both MSC and Maersk announced additional vessels to be deployed on their Transpacific service due to the extended Cape of Good Hope route. 
  • Hapag Lloyd reported two days ago that the Red Sea and Suez Canal routes continue to be avoided. A shuttle service connecting Red Sea cargo via Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to Europe, North America, and Latin America has been implemented.  
  • CMA-CGM had one 16,000 TEU vessel complete its southbound transit two days ago with others clearly intending to plan to transit in the coming week. The same information seems to be reflected in the carriers’ official schedules.  
  • Industry experts again urge shippers to review their insurance coverage for transit, cargo loss and General Average.  
  • US CENTCOM successfully continued to conduct strikes against missile launchers on land, preventing use this past week. Counter activities included intercepting a drone submarine launched by the Houthis. 

Our commitment 

JAS Worldwide will continue to monitor the situation and keep you duly updated. Our public website update will occur once per week, every Friday.  

For any more detailed and/or shipment specific information, or alternative solutions, please contact your local JAS office.

JAS UK proudly announces its Wholesale Distribution Authorisation (WDA(H)) license from the MHRA, reinforcing its commitment to innovative solutions for global healthcare delivery.
JAS UK Expands Pharma and Healthcare Division with WDA(H) Licence

JAS UK proudly announces that it has been granted its Wholesale Distribution Authorisation (WDA(H)) license from the UK's Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) for its Pharma and Healthcare Division.  

In addition to the GDP certified network JAS has developed, this achievement marks a significant milestone for JAS as it reinforces its commitment to providing innovative solutions for the international delivery of pharmaceutical products. With more operations spanning over 100 countries and a team of more than 7,000 professionals, JAS is known for its comprehensive logistics solutions and dedication to customer satisfaction.

Adrian Frodsham, Regional Director for JAS, said: "We are pleased to have been granted our WDA(H) license after a stringent audit process. JAS UK's Pharma and Healthcare division prides itself of offering innovative solutions for the international delivery of pharmaceutical products, further enhancing the growth of our pre-established healthcare division."

While boasting an established healthcare division across its global network, the acquisition of the WDA(H) license empowers the UK division to seamlessly connect with its more than 40 GDP (Good Distribution Practice) certified overseas stations, enhancing its capabilities for handling pharmaceutical shipments.

Committed to adhering to the highest standards of quality and compliance, JAS UK has developed a purpose-built healthcare and pharmaceutical Electronic Quality Management System (QMS). This system, coupled with the WDA(H) license, further solidifies JAS's position as a trusted operator within the logistics industry.
In line with its expansion efforts, JAS UK's Pharma and Healthcare Division recently inaugurated a state-of-the-art temperature-controlled storage facility in London. Spread across 5000 square feet, this facility features two CRT rooms designed to accommodate products requiring temperatures of 15°C to 25°C. Strategically located near London Heathrow Airport, the facility ensures the integrity of pharmaceutical products throughout the supply chain, providing customers with a safe, secure, and efficient door-to-door service.

JAS UK remains committed to delivering exceptional services to its Pharma and healthcare customers, leveraging its expertise, infrastructure, and technological capabilities to meet evolving industry demands.

For more information email GB-Pharma@jas.com.

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Setting Sail Towards Sustainability: The Impact of California's Vessel Speed Reduction Program on Blue Whales and Beyond

Protecting Blue Whales and Blue Skies is a voluntary Vessel Speed Reduction (VSR) Program along the coast of California which incentivizes companies to incorporate sustainable shipping practices across their global supply chain. By creating seasonal and predictable slow speed zones, this program helps companies protect endangered whales, reduce fuel use and regional greenhouse gas emissions, and improve air quality and human health outcomes.

The program runs each year from mid-May to December to coincide with peak ozone and whale feeding and migration. The program covers two geographic regions, one along the Southern California coast and one outside the San Francisco Bay Area.

Since 2014, the program has achieved an estimated 44% decrease in the risk of whale strikes. 

As an ambassador, JAS engages with its shipping partners operating in the area, recognizes the shared vision and commitment with those already involved in vessel speed reduction, and further encourages other ocean carriers to participate in the program. 

“What makes the BWBS initiative stand out is that it not only addresses carbon emissions, but also safeguards biodiversity. By voluntarily reducing vessel speed (VSR) along the California coast, ocean carriers commit to protecting blue whales and raising industry awareness. JAS supports this initiative and will further engage its logistics partners on the key role whales play in the environment and our responsibility to improve the ocean ecosystem.” -Andrea Goeman, SVP QHSE & Sustainability, JAS Worldwide
“Being an ambassador for the BWBS Program is a great initiative towards more sustainable ocean freight solutions. It is a way to further engage with our carriers, with whom we share values towards a sustainable transformation, and an example of how collaboration can be beneficial for the logistics ecosystem, our customers, and the environment.” -Lars Huebecker, EVP Global Head of Ocean Freight
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UPDATED Customer Advisory: Red Sea Attacks and Suez Canal Bypass

Completing nine weeks of the Red Sea crisis, a tentative new normal emerges. While the timeline for re-routing through the region remains unclear, ocean carriers have largely adapted their schedules and ports of call, suggesting fewer operational disruptions on both primary and backhaul routes going forward. However, experts urge caution, emphasizing the inherent volatility of the situation and the potential for future flare-ups. 

Industry Insights, Facts & Market Developments 

Below are some additional key facts and market developments surrounding the situation.  

  • Leading analysts predict a prolonged Red Sea closure, which could last through 2024. Shippers should remain vigilant for further supply/demand disruptions. The only remaining carriers who traverse the Red Sea are smaller Asian carriers. 
  • The Houthi claim to be attacking only US, UK, and Israeli ships, but experts state this is rather subjective, and all ships are at risk in the Red Sea. 
  • US CENTCOM successfully intercepted missiles launched by Houthis in the past week, as well as launching several counterattacks.  
  • All major carriers continue to go around the Cape with extended Transit time and higher costs to follow. The supply chain has started to adjust to the new reality.  
  • More information has come out on EU Operation Aspides, which is set to last for one year, be purely defensive in nature with no attacks on Yemeni soil, and based on Greece.  
  • Hapag Lloyd is reducing their Operational Recovery Surcharge from US East and Gulf Coast to Asia effective February 16th, today, which was initially implemented February 5th only. While back haul related, a sign of relief. 
  • Drewry’s WCI, released yesterday, indicated that from Asia to Europe and the Mediterranean, it continued to decline, but the pace of decline slowed compared to the past week.  
  • Backhaul rates from Europe and the Mediterranean to Asia seem to be catching up, reacting to the crisis. Xeneta reported a 68% rise in North Europe to Asia and a 45% increase in Mediterranean rates since December 31st, 2023.  

Our Commitment 

JAS Worldwide will continue to monitor the situation and keep you duly updated. Our public website update will occur once per week, every Friday.  

For any more detailed and / or shipment specific information, or alternative solutions, please contact your local JAS office.  

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JAS Projects Establishes Committee to Meet Demands of Global Growth

May 31, 2023

Pictured from left to right: Philipp Weidlich, Farhan Khawaja, Thorsten Mock, Thorsten Grams, Leo Wu, Boris Ruediger.

JAS Projects is pleased to announce the formation of its Global Management Committee. This strategic initiative follows recent changes at the JAS Projects headquarters in Bremen, Germany, with the appointment of Thorsten Mock as the new Global Managing Director of JAS Projects.
 
The Global Management Committee comprises a team of accomplished professionals who will play a key role in shaping JAS Projects' future strategies and addressing clients' evolving needs in the rapidly changing environment, markets, and technologies. The nominated members of the committee are as follows:

  • Thorsten Mock - Managing Director JAS Projects Global  
  • Thorsten Grams - Director Business Development & Operations JAS Projects Global  
  • Philipp Weidlich - Head of JAS Projects USA & Canada  
  • Boris Ruediger - Head of JAS Projects Germany, Korea & Japan  
  • Farhan Khawaja - Head of JAS Projects Middle East  
  • Leo Wu - Head of JAS Projects China  

The formation of the Global Management Committee reflects JAS Projects' commitment to delivering exceptional services tailored to the specific needs of its clients. As the Managing Director of JAS Projects, Thorsten Mock, explained, "This committee has been established not to reinvent the wheel, but to better address the future demands in our industry and those of our clients."  
 
Aligned with the vision of JAS Worldwide, the committee recognizes the significance of collective effort and collaboration. By adopting a unified approach and harnessing the extensive expertise within the organization, JAS Projects is fully prepared to embrace what is to come.
 
Establishing the Global Management Committee marks an important milestone for JAS Projects. With a strong focus on client-centric strategies and a commitment to excellence, JAS Projects is poised to strengthen its position as a leader in the industry.

The chances and the challenges are immense in view to sustainability, decarbonization, and the transition from fossil to green energies, "This is the challenge for all of us," Thorsten Mock says, and JAS Projects is ready to live up to its responsibilities with the strong commitment of JAS Worldwide.

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JAS UK proudly announces its Wholesale Distribution Authorisation (WDA(H)) license from the MHRA, reinforcing its commitment to innovative solutions for global healthcare delivery.

JAS UK Expands Pharma and Healthcare Division with WDA(H) Licence

JAS UK proudly announces that it has been granted its Wholesale Distribution Authorisation (WDA(H)) license from the UK's Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) for its Pharma and Healthcare Division.  

In addition to the GDP certified network JAS has developed, this achievement marks a significant milestone for JAS as it reinforces its commitment to providing innovative solutions for the international delivery of pharmaceutical products. With more operations spanning over 100 countries and a team of more than 7,000 professionals, JAS is known for its comprehensive logistics solutions and dedication to customer satisfaction.

Adrian Frodsham, Regional Director for JAS, said: "We are pleased to have been granted our WDA(H) license after a stringent audit process. JAS UK's Pharma and Healthcare division prides itself of offering innovative solutions for the international delivery of pharmaceutical products, further enhancing the growth of our pre-established healthcare division."

While boasting an established healthcare division across its global network, the acquisition of the WDA(H) license empowers the UK division to seamlessly connect with its more than 40 GDP (Good Distribution Practice) certified overseas stations, enhancing its capabilities for handling pharmaceutical shipments.

Committed to adhering to the highest standards of quality and compliance, JAS UK has developed a purpose-built healthcare and pharmaceutical Electronic Quality Management System (QMS). This system, coupled with the WDA(H) license, further solidifies JAS's position as a trusted operator within the logistics industry.
In line with its expansion efforts, JAS UK's Pharma and Healthcare Division recently inaugurated a state-of-the-art temperature-controlled storage facility in London. Spread across 5000 square feet, this facility features two CRT rooms designed to accommodate products requiring temperatures of 15°C to 25°C. Strategically located near London Heathrow Airport, the facility ensures the integrity of pharmaceutical products throughout the supply chain, providing customers with a safe, secure, and efficient door-to-door service.

JAS UK remains committed to delivering exceptional services to its Pharma and healthcare customers, leveraging its expertise, infrastructure, and technological capabilities to meet evolving industry demands.

For more information email GB-Pharma@jas.com.

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UPDATED Customer Advisory: Red Sea Attacks and Suez Canal Bypass

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UPDATED Customer Advisory: Red Sea Attacks and Suez Canal Bypass

Current Situation  

Two and a half months into the crisis, the immediate risk situation in the Red Sea has not improved, and multiple new attacks with high frequency have been witnessed in the region this past week. The long-term impact on container shipping remains uncertain. Continued geopolitical tensions, logistical challenges, and potential for disruptions contribute to an environment of volatility. Shippers and industry stakeholders are advised to remain informed and adjust their strategies accordingly. 

Industry Insights, Facts & Market Developments 

Below are some additional key facts and market developments surrounding the situation, including a timeline of major events.  

  • Drewry’s WCI composite index, indicates a further 2% decline compared to last week. It is important to note that although the Index has decreased, it is still significantly higher than pre-pandemic levels and the 10-year average.  
  • Spot rates from the US East Coast to Asia begin to rise, mirroring the earlier increases observed on European and Mediterranean routes reported last week.  
  • Both MSC and Maersk announced additional vessels to be deployed on their Transpacific service due to the extended Cape of Good Hope route. 
  • Hapag Lloyd reported two days ago that the Red Sea and Suez Canal routes continue to be avoided. A shuttle service connecting Red Sea cargo via Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to Europe, North America, and Latin America has been implemented.  
  • CMA-CGM had one 16,000 TEU vessel complete its southbound transit two days ago with others clearly intending to plan to transit in the coming week. The same information seems to be reflected in the carriers’ official schedules.  
  • Industry experts again urge shippers to review their insurance coverage for transit, cargo loss and General Average.  
  • US CENTCOM successfully continued to conduct strikes against missile launchers on land, preventing use this past week. Counter activities included intercepting a drone submarine launched by the Houthis. 

Our commitment 

JAS Worldwide will continue to monitor the situation and keep you duly updated. Our public website update will occur once per week, every Friday.  

For any more detailed and/or shipment specific information, or alternative solutions, please contact your local JAS office.

Setting Sail Towards Sustainability: The Impact of California's Vessel Speed Reduction Program on Blue Whales and Beyond

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Setting Sail Towards Sustainability: The Impact of California's Vessel Speed Reduction Program on Blue Whales and Beyond

Protecting Blue Whales and Blue Skies is a voluntary Vessel Speed Reduction (VSR) Program along the coast of California which incentivizes companies to incorporate sustainable shipping practices across their global supply chain. By creating seasonal and predictable slow speed zones, this program helps companies protect endangered whales, reduce fuel use and regional greenhouse gas emissions, and improve air quality and human health outcomes.

The program runs each year from mid-May to December to coincide with peak ozone and whale feeding and migration. The program covers two geographic regions, one along the Southern California coast and one outside the San Francisco Bay Area.

Since 2014, the program has achieved an estimated 44% decrease in the risk of whale strikes. 

As an ambassador, JAS engages with its shipping partners operating in the area, recognizes the shared vision and commitment with those already involved in vessel speed reduction, and further encourages other ocean carriers to participate in the program. 

“What makes the BWBS initiative stand out is that it not only addresses carbon emissions, but also safeguards biodiversity. By voluntarily reducing vessel speed (VSR) along the California coast, ocean carriers commit to protecting blue whales and raising industry awareness. JAS supports this initiative and will further engage its logistics partners on the key role whales play in the environment and our responsibility to improve the ocean ecosystem.” -Andrea Goeman, SVP QHSE & Sustainability, JAS Worldwide
“Being an ambassador for the BWBS Program is a great initiative towards more sustainable ocean freight solutions. It is a way to further engage with our carriers, with whom we share values towards a sustainable transformation, and an example of how collaboration can be beneficial for the logistics ecosystem, our customers, and the environment.” -Lars Huebecker, EVP Global Head of Ocean Freight

Caring Connections: JAS Colombia's Support for Indigenous Communities

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Caring Connections: JAS Colombia's Support for Indigenous Communities

The Emberá people are an indigenous community primarily residing in Colombia, with approximately 50,000 individuals identifying as part of this group. Due to factors such as armed conflict and mining exploitation in their ancestral territories, many Emberá have been forced to leave and migrate to major cities like Bogotá. Despite some support in the capital city of the country, the Emberá community faces discrimination, and efforts to provide basic necessities such as clean water and food are insufficient.


Women and children in the Emberá community are particularly affected by these challenges. Forced to leave their lands, they grapple with societal indifference, language barriers (as Spanish is not their native language), and the struggle to preserve their cultural identity.


Recognizing the need to support local communities, JAS Colombia collaborated with 'El Banquete del Bronx', a local NGO, to visit one of the Emberá settlements in Bogotá. The activity included providing food, hygiene kits and, above all, sharing moments of joy with the little ones by drawing and playing games. This initiative is part of the Bruni Foundation's 'Pay it Forward' program, which empowers JAS employees to become ambassadors of change by actively supporting social and environmental causes.


The event began with a presentation by the local NGO to JAS employees, aiming to raise awareness about the situation of the Emberá and other minority groups – and the reasons behind their migration to urban areas. The presentation underscored the role of every citizen in bringing some hope, aiding their adaptation process, and, more broadly, fostering respect for ethnic communities.


Addressing some of the challenges women and children face within the Emberá community is only one of the initiatives toward a more inclusive and sustainable future that the Bruni Foundation is committed to. Throughout the year, the Bruni Foundation will support various global projects, primarily focusing on these United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Quality Education, No Poverty, Clean Water and Sanitation, and Zero Hunger.

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SERVICES

Services include the coordination and arrangement of safe transportation and shipment of all cargo under the terms specified and directed by the client. In addition, the optimal use of strategic consolidation areas for material marshaling and forwarding to the project site are ensured.

The project teams have extensive industry experience, with a high sense of professionalism. Every team member possesses a dynamic range of professional skills necessary to successfully undertake the total scope of work within the freight forwarding contract:

  • project management, transport engineering, ship chartering,
  • heavy haulage, marshaling, vendor expediting, export packing,
  • financial control and systems management.

All team members are engaged in the management of freight for major contracts in the oil and gas, petrochemical and power industries, and have the required project experience necessary for the smooth performance of all business requirements. The Virtual Global Team has the advantage of working with a single worldwide-linked system that provides the latest in communications and Web-based, real-time tracking of PO line items.

JAS Projects offers clients the tools necessary for flawless project management:

  • Web based order tracking to the line item level, including shipping documentation visibility, and full EDI capability.
  • Proven experience in rig and capital equipment moves, packing, warehousing, and expediting.
  • We also offer marine and air chartering service contracts for ocean and air freight.
  • Proven background in all modes of transportation for your project needs such as barge, heavy haul trucking, and rail.

WITH YOU WHERE IT COUNTS

Our services include consultation at the project-planning stage and assistance in the initial setting up of project sites. Supervision of operations are carried out by qualified engineers, logistics experts, and IT specialists. During this stage, we offer full LIRA (Logistics Infrastructure Resource Assessment) customized to your requirements. To best service our clients and to minimize our risk exposure, JAS Projects has its own in-house transport engineer who defines safe transport and handling methods for H/L and OOG cargo and also verifies sub-contractor’s method statements.

We operate under the latest standards of the JAS Worldwide Management System, a combined business management system which covers ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and  ISO 45001:2018. To meet the high expectations of oil and gas clients, JAS Projects has also developed project-specific procedures to close any gaps.

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Team Expertise

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At JAS we believe "People Make The Difference." Our people are the key to our success. The JAS Projects management team has an average of 16 years of on the job experience in the projects and oil and energy global transportation market. We make the difference by executing first class service that is done right the first time so your projects are successfully completed on time, and on budget.

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At The Center: The Customer

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From customer-centric system interface with logistics provider cargo management system to daily updates, shared collaboratively developed business processes, data input and reporting - all keeping thousands of SKUS and orders moving on a daily basis across the globe for large capital projects.  With these solutions & systems driven by project logistics professionals & customers directly together.

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Industry Specific Verticals

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  • Oil and Gas Downstream Projects relates to transport logistics associated with the construction, extension and rehabilitation of downstream plants, such as petrochemical plants, refineries, LNG and GTL plants. Special solutions for EPC clients are available.

  • Mining Projects deal with transport logistics for the construction / extension / rehabilitation of solid mineral surface or underground mines, processing plants and conveying systems.

  • Power Projects address the specific logistics requirements of the power generation and distribution industry, including nuclear and renewable energy.
  • Infrastructure Projects cover logistics and transportation services for construction and civil engineering companies, as well as movements of individual out-of-gauge or heavy cargoes.
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Whether working in the high arctic, at altitude in the Andes, austere desert or tropical environments – physical restrictions will occur for transportation.  

Along with physical restrictions, one must also overcome regulatory and systematic challenges of working across borders to ensure everyone is working in a compliant environment 100% of the time.  From clean documentary preparation for customs clearance to monitored deliveries to site, security and full transparency by IT-based solutions which communicate data to each other's systems.

Our people make the difference in working through these and flagging them all for different location specific solutions, communicating and identifying these risk points for review together with the customer.

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Team Expertise

At JAS we believe "People Make The Difference." Our people are the key to our success. The JAS Projects management team has an average of 16 years of on the job experience in the projects and oil and energy global transportation market. We make the difference by executing first class service that is done right the first time so your projects are successfully completed on time, and on budget.

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At The Center: The Customer

From customer-centric system interface with logistics provider cargo management system to daily updates, shared collaboratively developed business processes, data input and reporting - all keeping thousands of SKUS and orders moving on a daily basis across the globe for large capital projects.  With these solutions & systems driven by project logistics professionals & customers directly together.

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Industry Specific Verticals

  • Oil and Gas Downstream Projects relates to transport logistics associated with the construction, extension and rehabilitation of downstream plants, such as petrochemical plants, refineries, LNG and GTL plants. Special solutions for EPC clients are available.

  • Mining Projects deal with transport logistics for the construction / extension / rehabilitation of solid mineral surface or underground mines, processing plants and conveying systems.

  • Power Projects address the specific logistics requirements of the power generation and distribution industry, including nuclear and renewable energy.
  • Infrastructure Projects cover logistics and transportation services for construction and civil engineering companies, as well as movements of individual out-of-gauge or heavy cargoes.
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Clear Communications

Whether working in the high arctic, at altitude in the Andes, austere desert or tropical environments – physical restrictions will occur for transportation.  

Along with physical restrictions, one must also overcome regulatory and systematic challenges of working across borders to ensure everyone is working in a compliant environment 100% of the time.  From clean documentary preparation for customs clearance to monitored deliveries to site, security and full transparency by IT-based solutions which communicate data to each other's systems.

Our people make the difference in working through these and flagging them all for different location specific solutions, communicating and identifying these risk points for review together with the customer.

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Team Expertise

At JAS we believe "People Make The Difference." Our people are the key to our success. The JAS Projects management team has an average of 16 years of on the job experience in the projects and oil and energy global transportation market. We make the difference by executing first class service that is done right the first time so your projects are successfully completed on time, and on budget.

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At The Center: The Customer

From customer-centric system interface with logistics provider cargo management system to daily updates, shared collaboratively developed business processes, data input and reporting - all keeping thousands of SKUS and orders moving on a daily basis across the globe for large capital projects.  With these solutions & systems driven by project logistics professionals & customers directly together.

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Industry Specific Verticals

  • Oil and Gas Downstream Projects relates to transport logistics associated with the construction, extension and rehabilitation of downstream plants, such as petrochemical plants, refineries, LNG and GTL plants. Special solutions for EPC clients are available.

  • Mining Projects deal with transport logistics for the construction / extension / rehabilitation of solid mineral surface or underground mines, processing plants and conveying systems.

  • Power Projects address the specific logistics requirements of the power generation and distribution industry, including nuclear and renewable energy.
  • Infrastructure Projects cover logistics and transportation services for construction and civil engineering companies, as well as movements of individual out-of-gauge or heavy cargoes.
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Clear Communications

Whether working in the high arctic, at altitude in the Andes, austere desert or tropical environments – physical restrictions will occur for transportation.  

Along with physical restrictions, one must also overcome regulatory and systematic challenges of working across borders to ensure everyone is working in a compliant environment 100% of the time.  From clean documentary preparation for customs clearance to monitored deliveries to site, security and full transparency by IT-based solutions which communicate data to each other's systems.

Our people make the difference in working through these and flagging them all for different location specific solutions, communicating and identifying these risk points for review together with the customer.

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