January 12 - The Project Cargo Network (PCN) has added its third official member in Thailand which means it has now reached its full quota of three members in the country.
ATM Global Logistics is the international office in Thailand of ATM Transports SA, an international freight forwarding company which has been operational since 1976.
ATM Thailand runs its own trucking service and handles all kinds of shipments, from small to full blown project cargo.
The company has a Customs license and a bonded warehouse and its staff speak several languages in order to offer the highest level of service and communication.
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