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Red Transport Nigeria Handled and Transported 3,743cbm & 1,043mt of Project Cargo from Holland to Nigeria

Red Transport Nigeria Handled and Transported 3,743cbm & 1,043mt of Project Cargo from Holland to Nigeria

Red Transport Nigeria Handled and Transported 3,743cbm & 1,043mt of Project Cargo from Holland to Nigeria

This large project was handled by Red Transport Nigeria from Flushing NL to Onne NG with delivery to the final destination in Nigeria. 175 pieces including some heavylift equipment was handled, such as a 343 tonne gas turbine and 233 tonne generators.

Red Transport is a member of Cross Ocean representing Nigeria

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Tera Projects Completed a UC Loading & Transport of an O&G Crane Pedestal by Own Trailer

Tera Projects Completed a UC Loading & Transport of an O&G Crane Pedestal by Own Trailer

Tera Projects Completed a UC Loading & Transport of an O&G Crane Pedestal by Own Trailer

Project Particulars:
POL: Port Klang, Malaysia
POD: Busan, Korea
Industry: O&G Infrastructure
Volume: 1 UNIT / 90.0 MT / 312.670 M3
Heaviest Cargo: 7.9 m (Length) x 7.9 m (Width) x 5.0 m (Height) / 90 Tonnes
Scope of Work: Transportation, Port Handling, Vessel Chartering

Tera Projects & Shipping is a member of Cross Ocean representing Malaysia

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Comark Shipped a Patrol Boat via Breakbulk on CMA-CGM from Trieste to Mombasa

Comark Shipped a Patrol Boat via Breakbulk on CMA-CGM from Trieste to Mombasa

Comark Shipped a Patrol Boat via Breakbulk on CMA-CGM from Trieste to Mombasa

Cargo particulars:
Patrol boat dimensions: 1900 x 500 x 700 cm

Loading method:
Water to Quay
Quay to Vessel
Vessel to Water

The client only received options via charter vessel, Comark Project Logistics found a faster and cheaper solution via container vessel.

Comark would like to thank Liburnia for this shipment.

Comark is a member of Cross Ocean representing Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia & Slovenia

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Comark has a New Office in Beograd, Serbia where they Recently Delivered New Disassembled Mining Dump Trucks

Comark has a New Office in Beograd, Serbia where they Recently Delivered New Disassembled Mining Dump Trucks

Comark has a New Office in Beograd, Serbia where they Recently Delivered New Disassembled Mining Dump Trucks

Comark delivered over 15.000t of project cargo this year from / to Serbia, trying to reach one thousand heavy loads by end of year (oversized / heavy / government & defence equipment). These quantities are also the main reason Comark opened a new office in Beograd.

A lot of cargo that was being shipped via Black sea ports, is now moving to North Adriatic ports, which means also more work for Comark.

A recent projects was the delivery of new mining dump trucks, which are too big for the road, so they are delivered disassembled.

Comark is a member of Cross Ocean representing Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia & Slovenia

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Brasil Projects Handled 80km of Underwater Cables for Florianópolis Island

Brasil Projects Handled 80km of Underwater Cables for Florianópolis Island

Brasil Projects Handled 80km of Underwater Cables for Florianópolis Island

Brasil Projects was responsible for the brokerage and logistics planning with documentation advisory, tax planning and clearance.

The cables will be responsible for supplying power to the island of Florianópolis, through the 230kV transmission line.

The port chosen for unloading for the operation was Imbituba. The biggest challenge was to keep the ship and the barge moored simultaneously, in total safety and without disturbing the other port operations. In parallel, Brasil Projects received 36 coils of cables, delivered and unloaded along the entire length of the onshore project.

Brasil Projects is a member of Cross Ocean representing Brazil

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