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B&B and Portlog team up

November 23 - France-based B&B International and Mexico's Portlog International have arranged the transport of an injection unit and accessories from the Port of Antwerp to Altamira Port, Mexico.

The cargoes were transported in two crates, weighing 63 tons (57.2 tonnes) and 3.8 tons (3.4 tonnes), and a 40 ft open-top container.

Upon arrival in Altamira, Portlog handled the road transport to Lagos de Morena, as well as the unloading and installation of the pieces at the final destination.

Both B&B International and Portlog International are members of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC).

 

www.b-and-b-international.fr

www.portloginter.com

www.wwpc.eu.com

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