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PCN reveals new member in Qatar

March 30 - Bin Yousef Cargo Express W.L.L. has joined the Project Cargo Network (PCN) as a member in Qatar.

The company was established in Doha in 1985 and offers a comprehensive package of project solutions for national projects including crane operations, land transportation, warehousing, storage and distribution 
services, shipping and chartering as well as customs clearance and other associated services, offering personal supervision during each operation with supervision of loading and/or offloading, photo coverage and video taping and on-time performance.

The company carries out ongoing project cargo shipments for Qatar Electricity & Water CoGulf HelicoptersJan De Nul Dredging / Boskalis Westminster JVSinohydro LusailSIDEM - Ras Laffan Desalination Plant Project and have previously completed heavy lift shipments for AlstomIntraline - Oil Line JV and SAGSA Italy to name a few.

Bin Yousef general manager, Jose Philip says: "As a member of PCN, we hope to enhance the business prospects for project cargo handling, especially in view of the upcoming infrastructure developments in Qatar related to 2022 FIFA World Cup".

Fast-growing PCN now has two members in Qatar with Bin Yousef Cargo Express and Wilhelmsen Ships Service.

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