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Algeria no problem for AGL

May 15 - Alexander Global Logistics (AGL) has coordinated the transport of 26 over-dimensional vehicles from Antwerp to Mostaganem in Algeria.

AGL was responsible for the survey, seafreight, handling and Customs clearance of the cargo, which totalled around 2,000 freight tonnes.

Jüergen Weyhausen, director of projects at AGL, explained that the company is experienced in the Algerian market, having handled the transport of around 38,000 freight tonnes of cargo to Algeria for the construction of a large mosque in Algiers.

AGL is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Germany, Russia and Mongolia.

 

 

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