Martin Bencher Group | Newsletter - week 3, 2019


Where To Meet Martin Bencher in 2019?

Dear Reader,

2019 is here – and 1st quarter is always a benchmark for the entire year. In Martin Bencher we are, as surely most of you, striving to get a good head start of 2019; chasing numbers, sales and a high motivation in the organisation. 

In the marketplace of 2019 you will meet us at various exhibitions. Starting in February in Japan, March in Taiwan and Shanghai. Then we will visit Houston and Bremen in May. October and November again back in the United States. In every location you will have the chance to meet a delegation of Martin Bencher employees from all over the world – now counting 20 countries – latest with Canada on the Martin Bencher world map.

You cannot really measure all costs spent on marketing – but being present and out there to meet with our partners and clients, has become a part of the Martin Bencher DNA – and we continue this trend and look forward to meeting you in 2019. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information about the exhibitions and maybe a global overview of our offices. You are also very welcome to setup a meeting with our teams for further discussions on development and cooperation.

Please find The Martin Bencher Exhibition TOUR 2019 by clicking here.

Best regards,

Jeppe Frank | CCO
+45 69 133 825

Martin Bencher News

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Late 2018, Martin Bencher had an airfreight transportation from China to Chile. Transported was 1 unit at 25 tons measuring 505 x 290 x 130 cm.

2 x B747-400 freighters with centerload positioning and additional ground time for loading. Martin Bencher coordinated T1 customs handling in EU for transfer between domestic airports, and heavy crane loading.

Project was handled on 3 different continents, where teamwork and local expertise secured a tailormade transport solution with timely delivery. Click here to read more.

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