We have a new staff from Russia, she has started working with us from 5th November. She speaks Japanese very well!! We went Russian restaurant around Shinjuku yesterday with her as well as another Japanese staff and took delicious wine, borscht and Russian tea (tea with strawberry jam, it’s Russian style!). (more…)
Archive for November, 2007
There are 2 ways for us to send vehicles from Japan to the world, RO/RO (PCC) ship and container ship.
We usually use 40Ft(HQ) container to put 2-5 cars. Only in container, we can put auto parts etc. as inner cargo, on the other hand, almost shipping companies are prohibiting to do so in the car on the RO/RO (PCC) ship because of the possible of making damages against cars on the way to destination or robbery at the port. So container is useful for customers who wants to buy a lot of auto parts. We have many customers who buys auto parts as well as used cars, but EMS (Postal Service) is more expensive than airmail. (more…)
Here are available RO/RO (PCC) shipping schedules from Japanese ports to major ports in the world, announced by major shipping companies:
[To New Zealand (Auckland)]
26th Nov (Yokohama), 27th Nov (Kobe)……18th Dec
»TRANS FUTURE 5:
24th Nov (Osaka), 1st Dec (Kawasaki)……18th Dec
2nd Dec (Yokohama), 3rd Dec (Osaka)……22th Dec
3rd Dec (Yokohama), 4th Dec (Kobe)……25th Dec
»MAGIC WAVE V.17: (more…)
I am very happy if kindly our customers are reading this blog, this is the only way for me to talk to them living overseas. Of course, there is the internet and e-mail to do that, however, mainly it is for business use, about shipping of cars and requirements of bidding for cars, remittance and so on. It is not enough to tell anything I am thinking, feeling or hearing about various objects.
That’s why I am writing this blog, did you know? It is very grateful to me that you are getting to know about Japan, Japanese car and our company.
Always looking forward to your message about your country and YOU!!
2 years ago, falsifying the calculation of structure of buildings by an architect has been fussed in Japan. He was found guilty because he had done it only for his reward and his and his family’s life getting better, not for people would use or live the buildings. There were a lot of poor people who had to move from their apartment because it was too weak to stand against big earthquakes. As all you know, here in Japan, we have many earthquakes from small to big frequently. (more…)