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Europe Cargo has joined AOP Project Partners

March 3 - Europe Cargo has joined the AOP Project Partners network.

The Antwerp-based company, which was launched in 1992, has developed a specialisation in project cargo. This has seen it handle the movement of a dismantled factory and a complete drilling platform for one of the major oil companies.

The full service forwarder and port services provider employs 18 staff at its Cadixstraat office. In 2009, as an independent port agent, the company handled almost 1,000 ships.

AOP project coordinator at Europe Cargo is Sven Gillemot, operations manager at

The company's website is

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