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More movements for PCN

May 10 - Member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Saudi Arabia, Paragon Saudi Services, has recently handled the transportation of a Liebherr 885 crane from Qahma to Jizan in Saudi Arabia and onwards to Dubai.

To complete this project, Paragon used a hydraulic 100-tonne capacity front loading low-bed as well as a 50-tonne capacity low-bed to transport the cargo by road to its final destination.


This month, Paragon has also handled the exportation of two Grove cranes and two Locatelli cranes, as well as their accessories, from Jubail to Jeddah port in Saudi Arabia and onwards to Italy.


Paragon also recently joined forces with InterMax Logistics Solutions, another member of the PCN group in Taiwan, to complete a transportation as part of the Jeddah Airport Extension Project in Saudi Arabia.


The two PCN members worked together to handle the cargo, from loading to inland transportation and offloading at the site.

 

Meanwhile, Alexander Global Logistics (AGL), a member of PCN in Germany, Russia and Mongolia, has undertaken multiple project shipments in Africa.

These include transporting a 122-tonne over-dimensional cement mill part to Lomé in Togo, a shipment which arrived in Annaba port in Algeria earlier this month as part of a 2,000-freight-tonne charter and a project comprised of approximately 12,000 freight tonnes of cargo from Italy to Tema in Ghana, for two used gas power stations

 

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