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Another projects network launched

June 28 - Break-Bulk Ocean Lines (BBOL) has established the Break-Bulk and Project Cargo Logistics Network (BPCLN).

BBOL says that the network has been established to provide a platform for members to exchange leads and project needs, whether on air, land or ocean.

It is also intended to link freight forwarding and transport specialists with industry-related service providers, such as equipment suppliers, hauliers, barge companies, storage and warehousing providers and Customs agents.

BPCLN will offer exclusive membership by business segment in every country, and members will also have access to BBOL's master bill of lading on a purchase basis, informed the network.

www.breakbulkoceanlines.com

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