Varamar Launches New Office in Bali

Belgium-based Breakbulk Carrier Is Expanding Its Asia Footprint

Varamar has expanded its footprint in Asia after launching a new office on the island of Bali, a move the Belgium-based breakbulk mover said was a “bold departure from traditional work settings”.

Varamar has been actively expanding its presence in Asia, with offices already established in key locations such as Shanghai, Mumbai and Dubai.

“Our clients rely on us for innovative solutions and out-of-the-box thinking, backed by our extensive experience in the industry. Whether it’s shipping logistics, project management or specialized cargo handling, we are committed to providing our clients with the best solutions tailored to their needs,” said Alexander Varvarenko, partner at Varamar.

“This move marks Varamar’s fourteenth office launch in its 15-year history. It symbolizes our commitment to embracing diversity, celebrating innovation, and unlocking new opportunities for growth and collaboration. Our freight brokers and chartering managers are excited to embark on their journey in Bali and to shape the workplace of tomorrow."

Varvarenko launched Varamar in 2009.

The carrier specializes in the transport of breakbulk, heavy and oversized and dry-bulk cargo.

Varamar will be exhibiting at Breakbulk Europe 2024 on 21-23 May at Rotterdam Ahoy. Meet the team at Stand 2L60-M61.