They moved the shipment via ocean freight from Italy to Morocco
Locofreight, Conqueror member in Casablanca, Morocco, has hauled a project cargo shipment in collaboration with Sev Stante Overseas SRL, Conqueror member in Genoa and Venice. They transported the shipment consisting of a machinery from Italy to Morocco via an MSC vessel. Additionally, Locofreight was also responsible for lashing and securing the cargo.
They moved the cargo in 3X40’ Open Tops, 1X20’ Open Top & 1X40’ Flat Rack OOG. Moreover, they had to hire low-bed trucks to haul the cargo to/from the ports.
As stated by Mr. Sami Atik, General Manager of Locofreight, “Finding the right equipment and shipping this OOG cargo on the right vessel proved to be a challenging task. Nevertheless, our team has a passion and determination for providing our clients and partners with an unbeatable service. Of course this shipment was no exception. I firmly believe that in these difficult times, it is imperative for us to join forces and expand our outreach. Lastly, we are very satisfied with the outcome of this project and we look forward to being a part of many such joint ventures in the future!”
Congratulations to Locofreight and all the best for their upcoming projects!
The shipment that consisted of two heavy presses from the ceramic industry was transported from China to Germany
Sev Stante Overseas SRL, Conqueror member in Genoa and Venice, Italy, recently moved an OOG shipment of two heavy presses. They transported the machinery weighing 102 tonnes each from Guangzhou, China, to Leipzig, Germany. They required break bulk service and FCL service for moving the presses.
Conqueror Genoa & Venice used 3 x 40 HC and 1 x 20 containers for transporting this OOG cargo. Furthermore, they required a special truck with 7 axle lines and a length of 19.70 metres. They also had to hire the largest crane for lifting the heavy machinery.
To quote Mr. Riccardo Stocco, the Managing Director of Sev Stante, “Probably, the most challenging aspect of this project was finding a break bulk departure vessel to accept this heavy cargo and pick up the presses 40 days before the vessel departure. However, as a company with nearly 50 years of experience in international forwarding, our expert team managed to deliver the cargo to its destination on time.”
Congratulations to Sev Stante Overseas for successfully handling this complex shipment!
The cargo which was loaded from Hamburg, Germany, was shipped all the way to Alexandria, Egypt
MGL Cargo Services, Conqueror member in Cairo, Egypt, has recently handled a project cargo for a new production line from Hamburg to Alexandria. In order to deliver this project cargo, they used x40’ HC DC + 2 x 40’ flat racks out of gauge. They made use of special low bed trucks for transporting the flat racks and used cranes and forklifts to discharge the shipment at the destination.
The cargo reached the destination intact and on time, thanks to the expertise and teamwork of MGL Cargo. As stated by Mr. Wassim Magdy of MGL Cargo Services, “We were in charge of each and every aspect of the shipment including documentation, customs clearance, and transportations. The project was not an easy one and we had to make route survey to find the best and safest route from Alexandria to the point of discharge at the 10th of Ramadan Industrial Zone where the cargo was unloaded,”
Congratulations to MGL Cargo Services for a job well done!
This bulk shipment was moved from Shanghai all the way to Baku, Azerbaijan
Farasoobar Int’l Forwarder & Transport Co. – our member in Tehran and Bandar Abbas, Iran – has recently moved a project cargo which comprised of 257 units of trucks and related equipment. The total weight of the cargo was a whopping 1157 tons and the volume of the cargo was 5270 CBM. The freight which was loaded at the Port of Shanghai was carried all the way to Bandar Abbas from where it was transported by road to its final destination in Baku, Azerbaijan.
“We are proud to have successfully concluded this important project for our VIP customer- the State Agency of Azerbaijan Automobile Roads. The process of loading, unloading, stuffing and securing all the 257 differently sized units had indeed been a challenging task which was proficiently performed by the experts of our team,” says Ms. Marina Avakian, General Manager of Farasoobar Int’l.
Congratulations to CQR Tehran/Bandar Abbas for successfully handling this complex shipment!