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AGL in Vladivostok first

November 3 - Alexander Global Logistics' (AGL) new office in Vladivostok, Russia has completed its first project, with the delivery of seven pieces of Kato machinery.

The equipment, which comprised of three SR 700LS cranes, one SR300 crane and a drilling rig, was transported from Japan to Yakutia, Russia, with AGL Vlaidvostock coordinating the import, Customs clearance, and transportation by rail and road.
 
AGL's new Russian office is headed up by branch manager, Anatoly Zaitsev; manager, Sergey Ivanyuk; and Customs manager, Vitaly Morozov.
 
Alexander Global Logistics is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Russia, Germany and Mongolia.


 
www.alexander-logistics.com
 
www.projectcargonetwork.com

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