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WCA members on the move

Pasquinelli Ennio, a member of the WCA Projects network in Italy, has handled a shipment of 17 components from Italy to the Middle East Gulf.

The operations team of Pasquinelli handled the loading at origin, road transport and the vessel loading, ensuring the cargoes were safely stowed onboard the breakbulk vessel.

The largest units measured 16.5 m x 6.2 m x 5.8 m.

Meanwhile, WCA Projects member Atlas Logistics handled the full factory import, delivery and assembly of a textile factory in Israel.

Atlas Logistics' scope of work included handling all incoming cargo, which amounted to approximately 140 40 ft containers; delivery to the project site from the storage area; and the placement of the equipment onto foundations.

 

www.wcaprojects.com

www.pasquinellispa.it

www.atlaslogistics.co.il

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