Firstly today I would like to remind you to register for our next Global Conference in Dubai on 8-10 February, 2024.
We hope to see you all there and make it the most fruitful project freight industry networking event of the year.
Summary of Upcoming Events:
The following list of events include one more of our regional meetings this year for members only plus three industry events where we will be present and our upcoming global conference in Dubai 8-10 February, 2024.
|26th-28th of September, 2023||Houston, Texas, USA||Breakbulk Americas (Register)|
[NOTICE] Member meet-up – 14:00 on the 27th at Atlas Heavy Booth M35
|3rd of November, 2023||Singaopre||Project Cargo Conference Singapore (Register)|
|28th-30th of November, 2023||Antwerp, Belgium||Antwerp XL (Register)|
|15th of December, 2023||Hong Kong, China||CLC Projects & Cross Ocean Meeting (Contact Heidi)|
|8th-10th of February, 2024||Dubai, U.A.E.||CLC Projects & Cross Ocean Global Conference (Register)|
Breakbulk Americas – 26-27 September, 2023
To avail a 25% discount off of Breakbulk Americas Registration fee you can use the discount code BBAM23CLC25. Register here.
Blank sailing trends will persist due to oversupply and import demand uncertainty, affecting capacity and trade routes:
Shipping firms cancel or exclude planned journeys for various reasons, including seasonal demand shifts, trade imbalances, port congestion, labor disputes, adverse weather, or unforeseen events like the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021-2022, carriers added extra voyages to meet rising demand, but supply chain issues caused ships to get stuck in port queues, resulting in numerous cancellations despite increased capacity. Nevertheless, blank sailings have been crucial in preventing further drops in spot rates and keeping freight rates above carriers’ break-even point. Although they are more organized than last year’s sporadic cancellations, blank sailings are still used to stabilize market rates and exert upward pressure on specific trade routes, fueled by surging market demand and carrier actions. Read more…
We are happy to announce new members representing Congo DRC, Denmark and France plus member movements related to: Gibraltar – Turkey, Nigeria, Lebanon, Slovenia, Denmark, and Holland.
CLC Projects Chairman Bo H. Drewsen also shares meeting photos with members and shipowners in Chile.
Latest Zoom Call Screenshot
One-to-One Zoom Meetings with Members
We encourage those of you who have not participated in a member to member online meetings to sign-up, it is an excellent way to build relationships with members in lieu of in-person meetings
Every Wednesday 8 companies meet, starting with brief introductions followed by one to one meetings (ten minutes each) for a total duration of 90 minutes.
Maximum one company per country.
To register, please message or email Heidi.
Once you have registered no last minute cancelations please.
Scheduled one-to-one meetings:
Wednesday 27th September at 13.00 Sweden time (GMT +2)
Wednesday 4th October at 15.00 Sweden time (GMT +2)
Wednesday 11th October at 15.00 Sweden time (GMT +2)
Wednesday 18th October at 10.00 Sweden time (GMT +2)
Wednesday 25th October at 14.00 Sweden time (GMT +2)
UPF is a member of Cross Ocean representing Congo DRC & Tanzania
DTK Air & Sea is a member of Cross Ocean representing Denmark
Centrimex is a member of Cross Ocean representing France
Sintek Logistics Successfully Completed a Yacht Transportation Project from Gibraltar to Alsancak, Turkey
Sintek Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Turkey
Red Transport is a member of Cross Ocean representing Guyana, Nigeria & Suriname
Henry Heald & Co. is a member of Cross Ocean representing Lebanon
Comark – Project Logistics Shares Recent Heavy Machinery Movements Securely & Safely Loaded on Special Trucks
Comark is a member of Cross Ocean representing Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia & Slovenia
These cable drums weighed in at around 20,000kg each, with height and width of over four meters. To minimize transport height, Silvasti is using some of their lowbed trailers for the transports.
Silvasti is a Service Provider to Cross Ocean
The Brand New Semi-submersible Crane Vessel Seaway Alfa Lift is Gearing up for its Inaugural Project in the North Sea
Oudkerk B.V. is a member of Cross Ocean representing Netherlands
Cross Ocean’s Chairman met with Ms. Laura Unterberger Caffarena of NYK GROUP RORO DIVISION in Santiago, Chile
View Website: https://www.nyk.com/
Cross Ocean’s Chairman met with PIL agent Mr. Alfredo Di Palma, Mr. Andrés Villalon and Mr. Tassilo Gärtner of Broom Group in Santiago, Chile
View Website: https://www.pilship.com/
Cross Ocean’s Chairman met with Mr. Jaime González and Mr. Axel Reed of BBC Chartering in Santiago, Chile
View Website: https://www.bbc-chartering.com/
Cross Ocean Mobile App for Members Only
The Cross Ocean mobile app provides an easy way to lookup and contact members.Contact Cody for the mobile app access code once you have installed it.
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The app features the weekly newsletter and interviews from the archives. It’s free and full of project shipping and forwarding related intel.