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Allseas Global Logistics has joined AOP Project Partners

March 1 - Allseas Global Logistics has joined the AOP Project Partners network.

The company, which has branches in the UK and Belgium, has developed a niche trade utilising special equipment and out of gauge shipping.

Allseas uses specialised container equipment such as flat racks, platforms and open top containers, versatile enough to carry the bulk of the company's out of gauge movements. To provide a seamless and reliable service, Allseas Global has it own fleet of 40 ft flat racks, which have a payload capacity of up to a 45 tonnes on certain trade lanes. 

The company's project team includes individuals with ship planning, port operations and master mariner experience along with those who have travelled the globe managing projects for customers. Allseas Global has excellent relationships with all the major cellular lines along with numerous conventional and bulk carriers.

AOP Project Coordinator at Allseasa is Mark Binge at mark.binge@allseasglobal.com

The company's website is www.allseasglobal.com

For further details about AOP Project Partners visit: www.aop-projectpartners.com

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