One More Tale of Winter 2018 . . . From left are Frank Sun, Managing
Director Emo Trans China, Tom Bayes, Director of Route Development
& Asia Development, Marco Rohrer, President & CEO and Bernhard
Stock, Member of the Board of Directors. The drop-in, frozen-faced
guest arrived as Shanghai welcomed its first snowfall in eight years.
EMO Trans, with 250 offices worldwide, launched
operations in China in 2015.
Today EMO China operates staffed offices
at a growing list of locations including Beijing, Chengdu, Ningbo, Qingdao,
Shenzhen, Tianjin, and Xiamen.
On January 26, EMO Trans China held its
Annual Dinner in Tong li, a beautiful 1,000 year old village located on
the eastern shore of Taihu Lake, about 90 minutes from Shanghai.
Even before IATA World Cargo Symposium arrived
last week, Dallas Texas served as venue during February for EMO Trans,
the fast growing logistics provider that conducted a “Town Hall”
series of comprehensive meetings for its operations and department managers.
“It’s about strengthening our
teams,” according to Marco Rohrer, EMO Trans USA President &
“We have a long history of success
with strong, capable management,” Marco declared.
“But there is always room for improvement,”
“These meetings are part of the strategy
to build on our achievements, empower our teams, and preserve the future
of the company,” Mr. Rohrer said.
“Our Town Hall meetings are aimed
at discussing employee questions on financial stability, opportunities
for career advancement and training, global expansion, and the future
outlook for EMO Trans,” Jo Frigger, EMO Trans Chairman said.
“Our vision for the company is that
success of EMO Trans is everyone’s responsibility. “To continue
to be successful, we must gain new business and keep our employees happy
and productive while exceeding our customers’ expectations!
“Good communication is the key, and
we can’t underestimate the power of professional dialogue assisted
by technology,” he said.
“We must maintain our strength and
be prepared for the rapid progress in our industry.
“With our present structure, the future
of the company as a privately-held enterprise is
completely secure,” Jo Frigger concluded.