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PCN names new member in the Netherlands

November 30 - The Project Cargo Network (PCN) has confirmed the appointment of its second official member in The Netherlands with the approval of Central Oceans Europe bv.

Central Oceans already holds PCN membership in both Singapore and Hong Kong and its operations in the Netherlands are managed from its Rotterdam office. 

The company offers a full range of services for project and heavy lift services and have developed a particular niche in steel logistics, construction logistics, as well as agency and chartering, services that PCN members have come to trust and rely on. 

PCN says that it is delighted that Central Oceans has decided to extend its coverage area within this network of project forwarders.

www.projectcargonetwork.com

www.centraloceans.com

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