Week #26 - June 28th, 2022
Happy summer to you all 😁, after this newsletter we are taking a break from newsletters for the month of July, but we are still on-duty in all other regards. The next newsletter will be sent on August 9th (Week #32).
So far we have over 40 people signed up for the Phuket conference. It should be a good time. You should sign-up if you haven't done so already.
The venue is the wonderful Le Meridien Phuket Beach Resort with a fun-filled catamaran trip to a nearby island.
In member news today we share movements related to: Indonesia - New Zealand, Mexico - USA, Italy, Slovenia, China - Australia, Europe - CIS & Mongolia, UAE - Egypt, China - Thailand, Spain, and Turkey.
Our esteemed Chairman also shares photos from carrier and member visits in Dubai and Thailand.
The Next Network Meeting will be held
17-19 October, 2022 in Phuket, Thailand
The conference fee is USD 850 which includes meetings, coffee breaks, lunches, a dinner plus a catamaran trip to Banana Island (Koh Hey).
Procam recently executed a Project for the Rapid Rail Transit System. The First Train Set comprising Six Coaches was successfully transported safely over a distance of 1200 Kms across 5 States and numerous villages and towns as per the agreed timelines.
The coaches were of a length of 24.19 Mtrs, longer than the conventional Metro Coaches of 22.5 Mtrs. This required a careful analysis of the entire route from the Origin to the Destination and a thorough review of the potential challenges enroute.
Procam Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing India (Delhi)
The transformers weighed between 35 to 38 metric tons each.
POL: Jakarta, Indonesia
POD: Auckland, New Zealand
The cargo was shipped via RPRP vessel loaded on 62ft MAFI trailers.
IOL handling the shipment Ex-Works from the factory up-to the Port of Auckland.
IOL Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Indonesia
The cargo was shipped via Manzanillo Port to Grays Harbor Port with final destination at the remote location of Rock Island Dam in Wenatchee, WA, USA.
6.13 x 6.13 x 1.25 meters
21 metric tons each
The challenge here was the severe winter weather and of course the width of the cargo. Local police provided assistance with 2 snow plows to clear the roads for a safe transit.
ITM Projects S de RL de CV. is a Service Provider to CLC Projects
Gruber Logistics is Moving 97mt Requiring Great Coordination, Equipment, Advanced Digital Solutions & Specific Competencies
For the execution of the transport, Gruber organized several inspections on the planned route to verify the practicability and the possible need to remove obstacles.
Gruber Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Italy
Comark extends their gratitude to partners Marraffa and Dvig d.o.o. for their assistance and special thanks to Kristjan Radin from DSV Slovenia for trusting Comark with the transport.
Comark is a member of CLC Projects representing Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia & Slovenia
One Global Logistics is Managing End to End Shipping, Customs & Land-side Logistics Operations for a New Terminal in Geelong
One Global Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Australia
A.R.T. Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Kazakhstan
Africa Shipping Gate is a member of CLC Projects representing Egypt
POD: Laem Chabang,Thailand
Commodity: Mechanical Body of a Special Crane
Vol: 546 pkgs / 1100mt / 2300cbm - Max 32mt
Wintop Heavy Lift Project Limited is a member of CLC Projects representing China (Shanghai)
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Sparber Group is a member of CLC Projects representing Dominican Republic & Spain
QAS Charter is a Service Provider to CLC Projects
CLC Projects Chairman Meeting with Vikas Karthikeyan of MB Projects and Logistics, Joy Thattil Ittoop of Callidus Lawfirm and Ali Raza of COSCO Specialized Carriers in Dubai, UAE
MB Projects and Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing India (Chennai)
C U Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Thailand