June 8, 2020
We have never stopped.
Now we are ready to start over again together.
Almost three months after the beginning of the lock-down for the pandemic, from June, 3 the free movement of citizens belonging to the Schengen area and Great Britain will be allowed to arrive again in Italy without prior quarantine obligation. People entering or returning to Italy from these countries will no longer be subject to sanitary surveillance and fiduciary isolation for 14 days, unless they have stayed in different countries in the previous 14 days.
However, some restrictions remain; like the prohibition of assembly, social safety distancing, the use of face mask in closed places and distancing on public transport. Restrictions on movement remain for those with temperature exceeding 37.5 ° and respiratory symptoms and the obligation to stay at home for those in quarantine.
Greece, Austria, Switzerland and Croatia still apply some limitation at borders to passengers arriving from Italy until June, 15 at least.
March 23, 2020
COVID-19 Update: Italy new Decree
To cope with the continuous growth in the number of cases of contagion from Covid-19, the Italian government has passed a new decree containing a series of measures aiming to stop the epidemic.
The new decree in force from today 23 March, lists all industries and activities that can remain open (read the official decree), as well as all activities considered not strictly necessary and to be suspended. The new measures are valid - for now - until April 3. Law firms, engineering, call centers, financial and insurance companies, post offices, newsagents, paper wholesalers and distribution agencies of newspapers, magazines and books, hotels, as well as all activities related to the logistics sector and freight forwarding will continue to work.
VGL Italia remains open, continuing to offer all global and domestic transportation while adhering to government and health regulations. Our team continues to manage end to end supply chains from remote in smart-working mode.
Customs, ports, airports and essential support services are operating as usual.
March 20, 2020
As China is slowly recovering and getting back to normality after the COVID-19 outbreak, the effects on public health and the economy are impacting now other countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
VGL is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, as the virus has spread to more than 114 countries. With precautionary measures in place, we are aiming to maintain full operations across all VGL offices. Our priority is the health of our employees and partners. Therefore, we adhere to the recommendations of WHO and all local government laws. We continuously provide our colleagues in sales and operations with the latest information so that they can support our customers with the most up-to-date and relevant advice. Please continue to refer to your VGL sales representative for your shipments and offers. We are doing all we can to keep serving our customers through this uncertain and difficult period.
March 10, 2020
Extension of precautionary measures
In such a difficult moment for our country, VGL Italy, and all its Staff are committed to guarantee the best quality of service to all customers and collaborators. The entire structure of VGL Italia is regularly operational and able to give continuity to all existing activities. We constantly monitor the evolution of the situation and in full compliance with the provisions relating to the infection containment by anyone operating in our network, to protect the health of collaborators without compromising operating standards. Our sales network continues to operate in safe conditions in smart-working mode and is available to organize online meetings, ensuring a timely response to every request. Our usual communication channels remain constantly active.
IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Surcharge
Applicable from January,1st 2020
Effective 1st January 2020, The International Maritime Organization (IMO) will introduce new regulations
restricting all sea-going vessels such that they must use fuel (low Sulphur bunker) with a maximum 0.5 %
Sulphur content. This will significantly improve the global carbon footprint of ocean carriers and sea-going
vessels worldwide, reducing their Sulphur emissions by 85%.
The global shipping industry will be heavily impacted, as the new IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Regulations will increase shipping fuel costs worldwide. Current indications are that the cost of Low Sulphur fuel will be
approximately US$180/ton dearer than the current “dirty bunker”. This is an increase of about 40%.
VGL SPA CORPORATE VIDEO
March, 7 2018
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VGL NEW BRANCH OFFICES
January, 16 2018
Genoa and Venice
Aiming to improve the quality and efficiency of its services VGL SPA has opened two new branch offices in Genoa and Venice. This brings VGL Italy to a total of 8 offices.
Following this process of continuing growth VGL SPA re-confirms its commitment to always offer the most advantageous logistic solutions and meet clients expectations.
VISA GLOBAL LOGISTICS SPA - GENOA
Edificio Torri Piane – 9° piano
Via De Marini, 61
16149 Genova- Italy
Tel: +39 010 9868180
VISA GLOBAL LOGISTICS SPA - VENICE
c/o VEGA Parco Scientifico Tecnologico
Edificio Pegaso – 1° piano
Via delle Industrie, 15
30175 Marghera (VE)- Italy
Tel: +39 041 8633211
January, 10 2018
WEEKLY DEPARTURES TO SYDNEY - MELBOURNE - AUCKLAND
A smooth, seamless and effective consolidation strategy requires the right partner to develop a tailor-made logistic solution, from collection and transport to customs clearance. VGL has all the necessary expertise plus a huge range of customizable options to provide a complete and efficient consolidation service with weekly departures to Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland.
Our dedicated team of experts can coordinate the whole process, from collection of Less than Container Load (LCL) shipments from multiple vendors to consolidate them at central hubs and finally shipping everything to destination in complete safety.
Quality care is our primary concern.
MILAN BRANCH OFFICE NEW FACILITIES
VGL SPA SEGRATE - MILAN
On 11/11/2017 VISA GLOBAL LOGISTICS - Milan branch - has moved with its sales offices and warehouse to the new address in Segrate (MI); Centro Direzionale Milano Oltre - Palazzo Caravaggio, Via Cassanese, 224.
The new location will also host our warehouses for groupage shipments by sea and by air.
VGL Milan, specialized in import and export traffic by air and by sea, can count on a vast international network with over 280 destinations worldwide.
JOINT-VENTURE VGL ITALY - INDIA
13 VGL OFFICES
VISA GLOBAL LOGISTICS SPA has been operating in India for several years, and the growing importance of business relations with this country has led to the need of establishing a major presence in this region. VISA GLOBAL LOGISTICS SPA is pleased to announce the launch of an Italian-Indian joint venture that will ensure a widespread presence across the country.
With headquarter in Gurgaon, other 12 own offices will be operating in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Rajkot, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Jaipur, Nhava Sheva (port) and Mundra (port).
The inaugural launch event will take place in September, 2017 in 3 major locations:
NEW COMPANY NAME
JUNE 1st 2017
VISA GLOBAL LOGISTICS S.P.A
With effect from June 1st, 2017, in accordance with the group integration process, Gambogi-VI.SA. S.p.A. will change company name into
VISA GLOBAL LOGISTICS S.P.A.
Australian Group VGL
For more details, please, visit the links below:
REEFER CONSOLIDATION SERVICE
Auckland - New Zealand
Our REEFER consolidation service provides scheduled weekly departures under controlled temperature
+12°C / +15°C with destination Auckland - New Zealand.
The combination of cargo temperature requirements and climatic variations makes correct temperature control essential.
Wine transportation requires special attention, which is necessary for the good preservation of all qualities and characteristics of the product.
Quality care is our primary concern.
SOLAS regulation compliance - VGM
July 1, 2016
The SOLAS requirements regarding verified gross mass of a container carrying cargo (SOLAS regulation VI/2) are expected to enter into force in July 2016.
To ensure the overall safety at sea, the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), as amended, requires in chapter VI, part A, regulation 2 that packed containers' gross mass are verified prior to stowage aboard ship (VGM)
The Italian Ministry of Transport will draw up shortly an explanatory circular on the decree procedures. We will provide more details as soon as available.
For more details refer to the links below :