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Savino Del Bene teams with Videlio HMS to supply cruise ships in Asia

Savino Del Bene teams with Videlio HMS to supply cruise ships in Asia

Italy-based global logistics expert Savino Del Bene formed a partnership with Videlio HMS, a top cruise industry supplier, to support ships in China and other countries across Asia.

Based in Hong Kong, the newly established Videlio Asia provides a wide range of services including audio, video and projection systems, lighting, integrated control, broadcasting and interactive television platforms, rigging services (with a team of specialized technicians available on site), landing and repairs management, support and refitting services, and ordinary and emergency maintenance assistance.

To this end, Videlio Asia is working with Savino Del Bene Hong Kong, part of the Savino Del Bene Global Cruise Vertical, for transportation and distribution, customs brokerage and innovative supply chain solutions.

This is the latest example of Savino Del Bene Cruise Vertical's strategy to become a top logistics provider in the region for its customers, according to John Paul Brigneti, vp global logistics, cruise & marine solutions, Savino Del Bene-Miami.

Last year in Japan, for example, Savino Del Bene set up an import process solution for food and beverage and technical spares that substantially reduced the cost and local customs issues for one of its major clients.

Brigneti said that besides being competitive in logistics, Savino Del Bene's goal is to find solutions and innovate in ways that provide the best service and add value for its customers.

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