NAVEX Portugal and DT Project America Handled a Gas Turbine and Components Under Special Circumstances

NAVEX Portugal and DT Project America Handled a Gas Turbine and Components Under Special Circumstances

NAVEX quickly answered the emergency call from DT Project America and provided the possibility of re-routing the coaster vessel to their terminal in Leixoes.

NAVEX handled the DA, LSD, offloading, customs clearance and storage until the cargo could be re-shipped to the final destination as originally intended before re-routing.

DT Project America would like to thank the NAVEX team for their efficiency and great communication!

NAVEX Empresa Portuguesa de Navegação SA is a member of CLC Projects representing Cape Verde, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau & Portugal

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DT Project America is a member of CLC Projects representing Hong Kong and the United States (Southeast)

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Remant Transport Architects Shipped an Entire Bottling Line from a Brewery in Hamburg, Germany to Matadi in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Remant Transport Architects Shipped an Entire Bottling Line from a Brewery in Hamburg, Germany to Matadi in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The brewery's machines were transferred in 17 plywood boxes, amounting to 1,800 cbm of cargo and 215 tons of breakbulk. The transport was done by truck, barge, and part-chartered vessel.

Remant Africa Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Zambia, South Africa & Tanzania

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M-STAR Projects Netherlands Handled a Large EPC Project to Thailand from China, Germany, Italy and Vietnam

M-STAR Projects Netherlands Handled a Large EPC Project to Thailand from China, Germany, Italy and Vietnam

One of the largest Engineering Procurement and Construction companies in the world contracted M-STAR Projects from Rotterdam (NL) to deliver the required technical equipment to Thailand. The total volume of this equated to about 7000 CBM. These technical pieces of equipment were sourced from China, Germany, Italy, and Vietnam.

The scope of work undertaken by the projects and operations team at M-STAR Projects includes road transportation, port handling, heavy-lift sea transport, customs clearance, and marine surveyance.

Because of very strict time frames and deadlines for the deliveries to Thailand, it was a serious challenge to connect all modalities within the supply chain in an optimal way.

M-Star Freight Services is a member of CLC Projects representing the Netherlands

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ATN Philippines Handled Customs Clearance and Installation of Light Rail Transport Mock-up Trains

ATN Philippines Handled Customs Clearance and Installation of Light Rail Transport Car Mock-ups

ATN's dedicated Project Cargo division handled the customs clearance and installation of mock-up trains for LRT-1's Cavite Extension Project supplied by CAF (Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles) from Spain.

This LRT-1 Cavite Extension project will extend the existing 20.7 km metro line by 11.7 kms more, reaching Bacoor City in Cavite.

All Transport Network is a member of CLC Projects representing the Philippines

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Mortrans Ltd. Russia Performed a Project Shipment from Murmansk Port to Yamburg Port (both in the Arctic area of North of Russia)

Mortrans Ltd. Russia Performed a Project Shipment from Murmansk Port to Yamburg Port (both in the Arctic area of North of Russia)

The cargo was a pilot boat with dimensions of 16.25 x 4.67 x 4.37 meters and weighing 30 tons.

The pilot boat was trucked from Murmansk to the Yamalo-Nenetsky area, located on the Arctic coast of West Siberia.

The Mortrans Team was responsible for producing cradles, loading the boat directly from water to truck, installation on produced cradles, issuing of proper permits on federal roads, private roads and managing of the transport through Yamburg City.

The main challenge was the absence of correct dimensions from the customer until the start of loading operations. In fact the boat was much higher and wider than was declared by the customer.

Mortrans is a member of CLC Projects representing Russia

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