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Pinho International Logistics joins AOP Project Partners

May 11 - Brazil's Pinho International Logistics in has joined the AOP Project Partners network.

Pinho International is among the oldest customs brokers and freight forwarders in Brazil and focuses on the complete management of international trading services, customs dispatch and related activities.

The company is heavily involved with project cargoes, taking care of all interfaces involved from chartering vessels, contracting international agents abroad, land transport, port operators, insurance, customs brokerage, giving customers a full door to door service.

Further information about Pinho International can be found at:

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LR 13000 crane cuts load time

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ACS expands US headquarters

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Lovemore steps up for steel move 

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