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Alexander gets tube project underway

June 3 - Alexander Global Logistics has completed the first breakbulk shipments for its 38,000 freight tonne tube mill project in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Alexander loaded the first over dimensional cases in Bremerhaven, Germany for shipment to Houston, where the cargo was transported overland to the jobsite in Louisiana.

Aside from the 3,000 freight tonnes of breakbulk cargoes being transported for this particular project, an additional 1,000 containers will also be handled by Alexander.

The company will handle the pre-carriage of these cargoes, port handling, sea freight, documentation and Customs clearance, as well as inspections of the containerised cargo.

Alexander Global Logistics is a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) network in Germany.

 

 

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