PT. Bali Intercont Cargo is a licensed IATA (International Air Transport Association) agent who specialize in an International Air Freight and Sea Freight Forwarder and Transportation and Logistics Solutions with it’s headquarter in Bali, Indonesia. The company was established in 1989 as PT. INTERCONT. In 1995 change our brand name become PT. Bali Intercont Cargo and supported by personnel expert in the Cargo Shipping Agent.
Freight forwarding is a complex and specialized procedure that involves linking buyers with vendors around the world via air, sea or land. The freight forwarding procedure also involves carriers, customs, packers and transporters. At PT. Bali Intercont Cargo all these processes are conglomerated into one specialized service from an internationally recognized supply chain management organisation.
In 1999 PT. Bali Intercont Cargo received an IATA Awards as an Accredited Cargo Agent. In 2006, invested a new warehouse in Ketewel – Sukawati, Gianyar, the handicraft center of Bali. During the same year, PT. Bali Intercont Cargo was known as a trusted cargo agent to all International Airlines through Denpasar.
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With over 15 years Freight Forwarder experiences, Bali Intercont Cargo prides itself on being able to offer their clients a range of services that offer solutions and meet individuals transport and logistical needs. Along with freight forwarding and the logistics involved in that, they also provide the following freight and cargo services:
- International Air & Sea Freight
- Packing & Shipping
- Customs Clearence
- International Courier
- Local Trucking
- Domestic Package Delivery
- Warehousing, etc.
We are ready to serve you with:
• Our friendly staff is ready to serve you.
• Fast and accurate document processing.
• We are raedy to pick up your goods any where in Bali.
• Large ware house with guaranteed safety for your goods.
• Handling by our professional staff.
IATA announced that it was pausing the rollout of its Cabin OK initiative and beginning a comprehensive reassessment in light of concerns expressed, primarily in North America. This will include further engagement with program participants, the rest of our members, and key stakeholders.
Here are some Tourism and all about Bali news:
- President Calls for More Tourism Promotions (The Bali Times)
- Bali to Increase the Visit of Tourist Interested in Yoga (The Bali Times)
- The rebirth of Koh: the Berlin club of Bali (inbali.org)
- Beware of the Pig: Musings of a Bali Dog adopter (inbali.org)
- 28 Country Joining Bali and Beyond Travel Fair 2015 (Bali Indonesia News Update)
- Bali Held a Month of Arts Festival (Bali Indonesia News Update)
- 28 Country Joining Bali and Beyond Travel Fair 2015 (Bali News Update)
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