The EFM team rowing to victory around the world

Rowing Container Park at Beijing Olympics

Safely transporting rowing boats and team equipment around the world, between international rowing regattas, team training camps, World Championships and Olympic and Paralympic Games is no simple logistical task, but it is an area in which EFM has years of experience and demonstrates a solid understanding of the challenges involved.

In 2017 we have been busy working on the World Cup in Belgrade and the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota, USA.

EFM has worked with international rowing across all corners of the globe

  • 2016 Olympic & Paralympic Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 2015 World Rowing Junior Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 2014 European Rowing Championships, Belgrade, Serbia
  • 2013 World Rowing Championships in Chungju, South Korea
  • 2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup in Penrith, Sydney, Australia
  • 2012 London Olympic & Paralympic Games
  • 2010 Commonwealth Rowing Championships in Welland, Ontario, Canada
  • 2010 World Rowing Championships in Lake Karapiro, New Zealand
  • 2009 World Rowing Championships in Poznan, Poland
  • 2008 Beijing Olympic & Paralympic Games
  • 2006 World Rowing Championships in Dorney, UK
  • 2005 World Rowing Championships in Gifu, Japan
  • 2004 Athens Olympic & Paralympic Games
  • 2000 Sydney Olympic & Paralympic Games

The services provided by EFM to international rowing teams and event organisers, sponsors, media and event suppliers, have included providing vans and experienced drivers to transport excess baggage and equipment around, hiring / purchasing, racking out and loading / unloading shipping containers, building custom made shipping crates, door to door sea freight and airfreight services worldwide, arranging cranes and lifting equipment, warehousing, raising ATA carnets, preparing customs documentation and attending on-site to ensure that all goes smoothly.

Rowing teams travel not only with their rowing boats and oars but also with a plethora of supplies necessary for successful performance – such as gym and fitness equipment, competition clothing, medical and physiotherapy equipment, bicycles, office supplies, energy drinks and nutritional products. Each country carries its own challenges which EFM has successfully navigated around, including arranging quarantine inspections, import permits, steam cleaning, ferry bookings, security screening procedures, and liaising with the competition organising committees and making MDS bookings, to comply with the various regulations for each shipment and event, making sure that everything is delivered safely and on-time to venues worldwide.

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