Today is International Women’s Day so a big shout out of appreciation particularly to our lovely ladies in logistics today, we have more and more women now joining our PACK & SEND network!
Seaweek also began on Saturday (ends on Sunday 14th). Seaweek is New Zealand’s annual national week celebrating the ocean and it’s hosted by the NZ Association for Environmental Education (NZAEE).
Did you know that the ocean and ships are often referred to in the female sense?
Traditionally the sea is thought of as a nurturer with the spirits of the sea being associated with fertility. Olde English also used a system of naming, with many inanimate objects such as boats referred to in the feminine form, also Captains often named ships after significant female figures in their lives!

If you’re sending very large items that aren’t time-sensitive internationally did you know that it’s usually more economical to send them via Ocean Freight? With regular sailings to over 250 destinations worldwide our Sea Freight to the Port or Door service is an inexpensive option when shipping large, bulky, heavy goods overseas.

If you’re sending very large items that aren’t time-sensitive internationally did you know that it’s usually more economical to send them via ocean freight?

With regular sailings to over 250 destinations worldwide our Sea Freight to the Port or Door service is an inexpensive option when shipping large, bulky, heavy goods overseas. Contact your Sea Freight experts at your closest PACK & SEND for more info.

Seaweek is New Zealand’s annual national week celebrating the ocean and it’s hosted by the NZ Association for Environmental Education (NZAEE). Seaweek focuses on learning about the sea because it is so important to the planet and our lives.

Contact your Sea Freight and international cargo shipping experts at your closest PACK & SEND for more shipping costs or more info.