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CaroTrans adds specialised OOG team

May 24 - CaroTrans, well known as a global NVOCC (non vessel operating common carrier) and ocean freight consolidator, has created a specialised breakbulk, out-of-gauge (OOG) and ro-ro team that is positioned to serve local forwarders in all 14 of CaroTra

The company says that this dedicated group joins CaroTrans' FCL (full container load) department strengthening the service offerings from this business sector.

It adds that this team will deliver the following services: specialised equipment - flat racks and open tops, door to door service, shrink wrapping, haulage, crating and delivery to the exit port.

Expressing his excitement at this development, CaroTrans president Michael Forkenbrock said: "Over the last few years, we have honed our knowledge and capabilities in this area and believe we are well prepared to deliver exceptional safe, secure and dependable service for our customers."

Greg Howard, CaroTrans, CEO added: "This service sector is a growing area, especially in developing markets such as Latin America, Middle East and Asia. We are committed to delivering quality solutions to meet our customers' needs and that will help them better serve their global shipper customers."

www.carotrans.com

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