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Triple Success in Tripoli

January 20 - Three shipments to Libya signal Move One's commitment to the country's reconstruction process.

The company moved satellite and communication equipment from Canada, Singapore, and the UK to Tripoli.

"There were some difficulties in organising airfreight from three origins and having them arrive simultaneously," recallsMiroslav GeorgievskiMove One's operation coordinator for Africa.

"We originally discussed consolidating all three shipments in a neighbouring country and forwarding the cargo by sea or truck to Tripoli. However, we eventually found a solution to send the cargo at the same time directly to Tripoli as was requested by our customer."

Georgievski is optimistic that from this point forward, flights to Tripoli will be regular, allowing Move One to step up its service in Libya. "We are very proud to be a significant part of supply chain that assists reconstructive efforts in this country and assisting the transitional government," he adds.

Move One has been extensively involved in projects for military, natural resource exploration, infrastructure rehabilitation, and humanitarian aid in Africa. The company's clientele includes various international organisations, multinational companies, embassies, as well as state departments for humanitarian aid, peacekeeping activities, and deployments across Africa.

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Laso begins Alecrim-Urze wind farm project

February 20 - Laso Transportes has been tasked with the transport of several wind energy components for the Alecrim-Urze wind farm in Paúl da Serra, on the island of Madeira.
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