WACO names ScanEX as member for Azerbaijan

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ScanEX Enterprises has been appointed WACO System’s member for Azerbaijan.

WACO’s freight forwarder network encompasses nearly 120 members in 114 countries, with a combined network of more than 400 locations, employing over 21,000 freight professionals who handle over 1.85 million shipments each year – including a million tons of airfreight.

ScanEX offers services including expediting and consolidation as well as freight forwarding across air, sea and road transport modes.

It handles all necessary customs clearance and claims particular expertise in moving project cargo, perishables, refrigerated, dangerous goods and personal effects.

Founded in 2009, ScanEX now has 24 employees.

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