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Steel shipment for Alistair

Alistair Group has transported steel structures from Durban, South Africa to Kolwezi in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

The shipment included 11 out-of-gauge (OOG) truckloads, plus 14 in-gauge trucks.

Alistair provided Customs clearance services and managed all route in transit (RIT) clearance. “Our excellent team successfully liaised with relevant authorities in order to obtain all abnormal load permits as well,” said Alistair. “We provided our client with a turnkey service, which covered all of their requirements.”

www.alistairgroup.com

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