The shipment which was meant for the mining industry was moved from Guinea to Mauritania via sea freight
Acconage Consignation Transit SA (ACT SA), Conqueror member in Nouakchott, Mauritania, moves an ocean freight shipment for the mining industry. They transported 168 units of trucks, trailers, military equipment, excavators, and other rolling materials from Boke Port, Guinea, to Nouakchott Port, Mauritania. They used an MV Orient Pluto vessel for transporting the cargo. The cargo was meant for the mining sector specifically for the offshore gas field rocks transportation for BP Tortue. The BP Tortue project is a cooperation project between the governments of Mauritania and Senegal.
They were responsible for the entire logistic chain from vessel arrival until the final delivery of 168 units. Although they have experience in handling similar projects, the massive volume and diverse nature of the shipment made it somewhat challenging. As stated by Mr. Khalil Chouaib from ACT, “The most difficult aspect of this shipment was that we had to ensure that the 168 units were delivered in intact condition. This also included the spare parts loaded inside some units.”
They did not use any special equipment for delivering this shipment. “Firstly, I would like to thank my teammates for seamlessly moving this complicated cargo. We also had to take the shipment from under the hook, and take care of lashing and warehousing. Additionally, we did the customs clearance and moved the cargo via trucks to the consignee’s site 60 Km from Nouakchott Port,” adds Mr. Chouaib.
Congratulations to Acconage Consignation Transit, and wishing them the best for the future!