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2014 Media Kit

Breakbulk & Projects

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World’s Heaviest Evaporator moved in Saudi Arabia by Almajdouie Logistics

AJOT | June 10, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

World’s Heaviest Evaporator moved in Saudi Arabia by Almajdouie Logistics

With a single piece weight of 5736,8 tons Almajdouie Logistics, members to the Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC and Cargo Equipment Experts CEE networks in Saudi Arabia, believe to have moved the world’s heaviest evaporator. A total of six of these units are being required fror the Yanbu 3 Desalination project. Read More »

Brazil exports 2.65 mln 60-kg bags green coffee in May - Cecafe

Reuters | June 09, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Brazil exported 2.65 million 60-kg bags of green coffee in May, less than the upwardly revised 2.8 million bags shipped in April, the Council of Green Coffee Exporters said on Monday. Even with drought damaging the crop, which is entering the peak-harvest period, Cecafe said recently that Brazil will likely increase coffee exports by 6 percent this year because of plentiful stocks. Read More »

Metal shipped out of China port under probe; IPO debut weak

Reuters | June 06, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Some copper cargoes held at China’s Qingdao Port were being shipped to more regulated LME warehouses, industry sources said, as banks and trading houses took precautions over a probe into metal financing at the world’s seventh-busiest port. Read More »

Shipping markets eye freight trade boost from El Nino threat

Reuters | June 05, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects | Liner Shipping

A potential El Nino weather phenomenon, which could wreak havoc on global crops, is set to disrupt shipping patterns and raise freight costs, leaving suppliers and importers to cover their food needs from longer-haul destinations. Read More »

UK forwarders ‘not surprised’ by further US climbdown on 100 percent container scanning

AJOT | June 05, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

According to Peter Quantrill, Director General of the British International Freight Association (BIFA), it was ‘hardly surprising’ to hear the recent news that the USA has delayed new rules requiring all cargo containers entering the USA to be security scanned prior to departure from overseas for two more years, amid questions over whether this is the best way to protect US ports. Read More »

Tube mill shipment from Germany to USA by Alexander Global Logistics

AJOT | June 03, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Tube mill shipment from Germany to USA by Alexander Global Logistics

Alexander Global Logistics (AGL), a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts CEE network in Germany, reports about the first breakbulk moves for their 38.000 freight tons project concerning a new tube mill in Shreveport, Louisiana,USA. The pictures show the loading of the first overdimensional cases in Bremerhaven, Germany for Houston. Read More »

Alexander Global Logistics moved cable reels from UK via China to Mongolia

AJOT | June 02, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Alexander Global Logistics moved cable reels from UK via China to Mongolia

Alexander Global Logistics (AGL), a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts CEE network in Germany, in conjunction with AGL Mongolia and partners in the U.K., successfully handled 18 cable-reels with diameters upto 309 cm and weight of 20 tons each from England via the  Chinese Port of Tianjin to Ulan Bator. Read More »

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