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ALS moves in Hull

UK-headquartered Abnormal Load Services (ALS) is relocating to larger premises in Hull.

The company advised that it has taken the opportunity to expand into modern offices at a new location not far from its present headquarters. The new address, which can be found on the ALS website, will be in operation from July 1, 2019.

Meanwhile, ALS in South Africa has delivered a Liebherr R9100 hydraulic excavator to the Ruashi mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

The excavator arrived in Durban, South Africa from Liebherr’s factory in Colmar, France. ALS stored the excavator and associated equipment in storage until Liebherr's client had completed the purchase.

ALS was then responsible for the 2,700 km journey from Durban to Ruashi mine.

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