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PCN welcomes Israel's DSS

September 26 - Dynamic Shipping Services (DSS) has joined the Project Cargo Network (PCN), representing Israel.

The Haifa headquartered project forwarder was established in 1994 and now employs 11 staff, and has established offices in Ashdod and Eliat ports.

DSS general manager, Zimi Cohen, states: "DSS has grown to be a highly reputable shipping company, specialising in project cargo, bulk carriers, container vessels, ro-ro vessels, general cargo vessels and tankers of all types."

DSS has also been appointed as a "highly classified" service provider for the Israeli Ministry of Defence and aviation industries, says Cohen.

"We have good experience in handling a varied range of project cargo (both inbound and outbound) including outsized and heavy units, military equipment and IMO cargo. Most of our projects are handled from ex-works-to-door including the supply of special containers, lashing and securing materials," he added.

Pictured is a recent project completed by DSS; two mobile shore cranes at Ashdod port unloaded heavy equipment destined for a new Israeli power plant.

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