Week #26 - June 23rd, 2020
The big news for CLC Projects members today is that we have decided to postpone our October conference to 2021. Bo has a message about that below. Also, note that we will take a break from newsletters in July, so our next newsletter will be August 4th.
In network news we have new members representing Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana and Jamaica. We see member movements related to: Vietnam, Brazil, Poland - DRC, South Korea - India, Spain - Mexico, Hungary - Philippines, Germany - Belgium and Egypt - Iraq.
A message from our chairman Bo H. Drewsen regarding our conferences.
Dear Network Members.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the world with full force and resulted in major disruptions of conferences, meetings and the ability to plan travel.
With regards to our Dubai conference slated to take place 18-19th of October, 2020. We see little hope that this date can be realised, so instead of waiting until the last minute to adjust the date we have decided to inform you now that the event will be postponed by one year to October 2021.
Safety for our members is paramount. This means that we would like you to write down in your calendars the following 2 conferences in 2021 for our network:
May - 2021 in GDYNIA, POLAND - venue: Marriott Courtyard 🇵🇱
October - 2021 in DUBAI, U.A.E. - venue: Radisson Blu Deira Creek 🇦🇪
Before the conferences next year we shall, of-course, endeavor to meet each other by video link and we will revert shortly with more details about what time and what date the video conference will be on. But, for now please DO make a note of the dates mentioned for 2021 and we hope and pray that the virus has been defeated, or at least eradicated enough, enabling us all to make plans for physical travel.
Bo H. Drewsen
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We wrap up today's newsletter with shipping resources, tech news and featured service providers.
Spedag Interfreight Ltd. is a member of CLC Projects representing Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Uganda & Zimbabwe
View Profile: Spedag Interfreight Kenya | Spedag Interfreight Rwanda | Spedag Interfreight South Sudan | Spedag Interfreight Uganda | Spedag Interfreight Zimbabwe
View Website: https://www.mrspedag.com/
Alpha Projects & Logistics has the following video message for members.
ALPHA Projects & Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Namibia & Botswana
LTN Logistics International is a member of CLC Projects representing Jamaica
VN Projects has been handling the DAP charters of Aluminum Hulls (4 pkgs each with dimensions 22m x 3.9m x 1.8m and weighing 25 Tons) for the fabrication of high speed catamaran ferries for export.
Vietnam Projects Transport is a member of CLC Projects representing Vietnam
FOX Brasil is a member of CLC Projects representing Brazil
Remant Africa Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing Zambia, South Africa & Tanzania
Premier Global Shipped 2 Rings with the Extraordinary Diameters of 8 Meters from Busan Port, South Korea to Hazira, India on Flat Racks
Premier's scope involved fabrication of 4 beams of 8 meters each on 2 Flat Racks to support the Rings, sea freight from Busan to Hazira on Maersk Line and onward transportation from Port to Factory on company owned Hydraulic Axles.
Premier Global Logistics is a member of CLC Projects representing India (Mumbai)
The gantry cranes are for the Pesquería Project in Altamira, Mexico.
Cargo particulars: 950 CMB / 150 Tons, 34 meter long beams + wooden box + 5x40’OT
Shipped onboard MV ONEGO RIO
POL: Bilbao, Spain
POD: Altamira, Mexico
Mercomar is a member of CLC Projects representing Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay & Uruguay
Comark is a member of CLC Projects representing Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia & Slovenia
WWL ALS (België) Bvba is a member of CLC Projects representing Belgium
Africa Shipping Gate is a member of CLC Projects representing Egypt
ONE Line - Ocean Network Alliance - Sales Contacts for Europe
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