JSL Global Handle Telescopic Suction Pipe from Bahrain to Qatar
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by PCN Head Office
3d ago
JSL Global are pleased to report on the successful delivery of a telescopic suction pipe which required meticulous planning & coordination. With dimensions of 21.0 (L) x 2.05 (W) x 2.40 (H) meters and a weight of 10,614 kg, the cargo posed challenges due to its size and weight, necessitating special equipment and careful handling. The project involved transporting the cargo from Bahrain to Doha, Qatar, via Saudi Arabia, by road freight. This was actioned for a prominent alumina refinery company in Doha, located in one of the industrial cities in Qa ..read more
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EXG Move Tunnel Boring Machines for Patna Metro Rail Projects
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by PCN Head Office
3d ago
EXG have once again set new standards with the completion of lowering two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) into the launching shafts for the Patna Metro Rail Projects. These massive TBMs, each weighing up to 450 MT, play a crucial role in excavating tunnels for the underground metro station. The first TBM was descended smoothly by EXG at Moin Ul Haq underground metro station, followed by the second at Gandhi Maidan underground metro station. ➔ Navigating Challenges with Expertise Handling such heavy machinery was no small feat. The TBMs arrived ..read more
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3p Logistics Execute Delivery of Stamping Press to Poland
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by PCN Head Office
3d ago
3p Logistics Industrial Projects have successfully delivered a stamping press from the Port of Hamburg, Germany to Skawina, Poland. This transport consisted of four trucks, one set and eleven packages for a total of 97 tons. The trip took around 900 kilometres by road. 3p Logistics reported the heaviest piece of cargo at 65 tons, whilst the total weight of the heaviest-loaded truck was 125 tons. Ilya Goncharov, the project manager responsible for this job, offered his comments: “Whilst in Europe, we used a special lowbed modular tr ..read more
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Seamless Project Solutions at Baggio Algeria
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by PCN Head Office
6d ago
We are pleased to announce Baggio Algeria are new PCN members. The company are also members in Brazil and are experts in special projects and multimodal logistics. They have specialised experience in the oil & gas, urban mobility, civil & port infrastructure, power generation & transmission, renewable energy, mining & metals and shipbuilding sectors. Gherardo Baggio comments; “Baggio has been present in Algeria for over 30 years and has a long and wide experience in delivering turn-key projects in the region. We are fully ready to serve all P ..read more
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Polaris International Projects Transport Construction Equipment
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by PCN Head Office
1w ago
The project logistics division of Polaris Shipping, our members from the United Arab Emirates, are happy to share the completion of their latest project for a prestigious local client. Polaris was approached by their client for a transport of around fifty-five units of used construction equipment. This included Toyota vehicles, Fraste multi-drilling rigs, Komatsu excavators, and wheel loaders to Mauritania in the west of Africa. “Our scope included door-to-door delivery with responsibility commencing upon pick-up from the suppliers ..read more
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Cladding and Flooring Completed at Hemisphere’s Landmark Site
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by PCN Head Office
1w ago
Significant progress has been made at Hemisphere Freight Services’ landmark development in Suffolk, where cladding is already up, flooring poured and racking is in full flow. Curzon De Vere Limited, the build partner for Hemisphere Freight Service’s cutting-edge multi-million-pound warehouse at Suffolk Port One Logistics Park, is advancing the construction of the 243,511 sq ft facility. The warehouse facility, situated just 20 minutes away from the Port of Felixstowe, is part of East Anglia’s inaugural carbon-neutral logistics park. “This significant ..read more
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MGL Cargo Services Execute Break Bulk Shipment to Tunisia
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by PCN Head Office
1w ago
MGL Cargo Services, our members from Egypt, are glad to share a recent break bulk shipment they carried out from Alexandria to Sfax, Tunisia. The main pieces of cargo for this shipment involved four tanks, accompanied by thirty-one packages weighing 28,200 kilograms. Additionally, 650 big bags were delivered for a total of 845 MT. Cargo Pieces Weight (kg) Length (m) Width (m) Height (m) Tank 4 69,000 24.57 4.45 4.68 Box (Loose) 1 2,240 1.50 1.50 1.00 Box 2 870 1.05 2.25 2.56 Storage Tank 1 2,500 2.50 3.25 2.50 Drum 6 1,350 – – – The company cov ..read more
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Origin Logistics Prioritises Sustainable Development Goals
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by PCN Head Office
1w ago
As Origin Logistics is a part of the Fevzi Gandur Group, they have always prioritised social responsibility and placed it at the forefront of their core values. “In 2023, in-line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we implemented a variety of programs and processes to decrease our environmental footprint, reflecting our dedication to a healthier planet and a sustainable logistics industry.” In light of the challenges faced by our world, including the pressing issue of climate change, Origin Logistics recognises the importance of taki ..read more
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Transnetwork African Freight Delivers Crane to Inhambane
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by PCN Head Office
1w ago
Transnetwork African Freight are glad to announce they recently & successfully transported a shipment from Durban to Temane, Inhambane. The company used trucks to move a four-hundred ton crane and its counterweights. A lowbed carried a 19-metre long section of the crane which weighed 90 tons. 5 superlinks and 1 semi carried up to 140 tons of counterweights & ancilliary equipment. A step deck for the guying frame. “We temporarily exported it, and after 90 days we will re-import it back to South Africa.” This shi ..read more
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Khimji Ramdas Export 1500 HP Rig from Oman to Philippines
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by PCN Head Office
3w ago
Khimji Ramdas Shipping, our members from Oman, recently executed the multimodal shipment of a 1500 HP geothermal rig and its accessories. The shipment consisted of a total of 144 pieces and a total volume of 7,000 cbm. 85 trailer-loads of varying sizes and shapes were utilised for transport. Khimji Ramdas Shipping took charge of all operations in Oman, including: Marine warranty surveyor arrangements Route survey for the OD cargoes Packing list preparations Segregation & labelling Customs clearance Port handling Cargo sorting L ..read more
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