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Oy Hacklin Logistics joins PCN for Finland

August 15 - Project forwarder group, Project Cargo Network (PCN) has named Oy Hacklin Logistics as its first member in Finland.

The Hacklin Group began trading in 1908 with the dedicated project forwarding division Oy Hacklin Logistics Ltdestablished in 1980. It has proved itself to be a market leader in the Finnish project forwarding sector and employs 18 dedicated staff in its projects division. 

The company is headquartered in Helsinki with branch offices in Mäntyluoto, Tampere, Turku, Hamina and Kotka. 

Managing director Pasi Kuusijarvi said on joining PCN: "Our personnel, specialised in project logistics, can organise all kinds of oversize and heavy cargo transports door-to-door to any destination. 

"We offer in-house engineering and planning of services for extensive project transportation as well as packing and loading supervision in ports worldwide. We take care of turnkey projects from cost calculations up to final completion and follow-up."

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