Editorial

WAREHOUSING REQUIRES WIDE-RANGING EXPERTISE AND ORGANISATIONAL FINESSE

WAREHOUSING REQUIRES WIDE-RANGING EXPERTISE AND ORGANISATIONAL FINESSE

For our summer edition, we want to showcase our warehousing operations – a business requiring in-depth knowledge in several fields, from customs procedures and security to packing and archiving. Warehouse operators must also have considerable experience in goods handling and organisation, complemented by the common sense primarily acquired ‘on the job’. All of these elements contribute towards the care we take of the valuables entrusted to us.

To bring this topic to life, we met with Ramon Casaïs, Director of Fine Art Transports, who has a wide range of responsibilities, including warehousing at the Geneva freeport – a job he has held for over 30 years.

To continue the theme of warehousing within the Natural Le Coultre network, we will also introduce Mathieu Foschia, the new General Manager of Fine Art Logistics in Singapore. In addition, we highlight the ‘Made in Luxembourg’ label recently bestowed on Natural Le Coultre, a source of pride for this growing operation.

Warmest regards for the summer season.

Franco Momente – Managing Director
Fine Art Transports Natural Le Coultre, Geneva