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.
Hansa Meyer Global has started transporting components for the expansion of a steel plant in Osceola, Arkansas.
Express Global Logistics (EXG) has coordinated the transport of four modules from a port on the south-east coast of India to a nuclear unit site.
Dubai-based freight and logistics provider Blue Bell Shipping has coordinated the transport of cargoes for the second phase of DNO’s Tawke oilfield expansion project in Iraq.
KOGA Shipping has entered into a multi-year charter for the 10,500 dwt vessel FWN Ranger, which will be renamed KOGA Ranger.
Boa has taken delivery of its newbuild semi-submersible Boa Barge 38. It is available in the Singapore area for operations or cargo heading to Africa or the Americas.
Van der Vlist has opened a technical logistics facility in Zeebrugge, Belgium.
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