T4 provides complete packages of office furniture and furnishings for international projects. Working primarily in resource challenged countries, T4 offers classic end-to-end supply chain solutions. It starts with the determination and refining of the customer’s furnishings requirements and ends with the outfitting of the customer’s facility using T4’s crews.
T4 provides test fits, space plans, and layouts for the customer’s critique and approval. Complete specifications and budgets are approved and executed. T4 procures the package of furniture, ships it to its network of international warehouses for inspection, labeling, documentation and packaging, and loads the products into ocean containers for onward shipment to the destination country. T4 organizes and coordinates the delivery of the shipment to the project with its custom clearing agents and freight forwarders in the destination country. T4 insures the furniture or equipment is delivered to the project site, unpacked, positioned, and properly assembled to the customer’s satisfaction.
T4 was formed in 2005 as a transport intermediary and non-vessel-owning common carrier.
With its September 2011 acquisition of a 25-year-old USA-based furniture and furnishings company, Nova International, T4 can rightfully state that it has installed furniture in over 140 countries.
T4 also acquired Nova’s modular man camp business with man camps built in remote locations in Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Darfur, Sudan, Guinea, Kyrgyzstan, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Indonesia, Kuwait, Iraq, the Arctic Circle (Nunavut), Canada, and three projects in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. One DRC project involved the manufacture and construction of an 18 one-, two- and three- bedroom houses in a mining company housing estate in Kolwezi, DR Congo for senior management staff.
T4 has the needed combination of product expertise and management experience in international project and logistics management, making it a formidable partner for its customers.