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Full Well joins PCN

February 20 - Full Well Freight has become the latest forwarder to join the Project Cargo Network (PCN), representing Cambodia.

Full Well Freight has a strong background in the project cargo and heavy lift market. It has three offices across Cambodia: Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and a recently opened facility in Bavet.

Ken Pay, sales manager at Full Well Freight, added the company has "gained valuable and substantial knowledge in handling oversized and overweight cargo", due to completing projects for government, NGO's and the private sector.

Full Well Freight recently transported power plant, sugar plant and rice mill machinery between Cambodia and India (pictured below).

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