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Cranes and Equipment Asia joins CEE in Thailand

August 13 - Operating cranes, heavy duty trailers and equipment to rig and skid heavy items, the Laem Chabang-based company Cranes and Equipment Asia Co Ltd has been appointed a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) with immediate effect.

Cranes and Equipment Asia (CEA) was founded in 2000 based on years of experience in heavy lift and project logistics.

Kevin Fisher (owner/managing director) gained much publicity for helping to build the Sri Racha Port four months ahead of schedule. From there, CEA slowly developed into a fully integrated project solutions company.

Today, CEA delivers "turn-key" door-to-door project forwarding services, project supervision and coordination; stevedoring; full and partial charters; tug and barge operations; engineering, lifting, lashing and feasibility studies.

In Laem Chabang, CEA is the exclusive representative of the following CEE service categories: Stevedoring, Cranes, Haul, Rig & Skid.

Cargo Equipment Experts is a global network for equipment owners, carriers and heavy duty equipment manufacturers, all serving the heavy cargo transport business.

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