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PCN names new members

June 24 - Project Cargo Network (PCN) has named Trafimar as its third and final representative in Morocco.

Established in 1997, has offices in Casablanca and Tangier - and employs 14 staff. PCN says that the company has a strong background in the transportation of industrial equipment, heavy machinery and oversized pieces.

Meanwhikle, in Columbia, Excel Servicos Logisticos SAS has been approved as the third and final PCN member in the country. The company has 30 employees across three locations: Bogota, Bogota Free Trade Zone and Cartagena.

"Excel specialises in providing support in the transport of cargo of all types, size and weight by air, sea and land.  With our experience and knowledge of the supply chain, we can offer comprehensive logistics solutions developed to suit the needs of each customer ensuring maximum efficiency," commented Carlos Novoa, managing director, Excel Servicos Logisticos.

Trafimar handles construction machinery


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