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WWPC member duo join forces

May 28 - Members of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), Portlog International and Steder Group, have jointly managed the transportation of pipes and dredging equipment from Mexico to Nigeria.

In total, 59 x 40 ft containers, which were loaded with marine hoses, steel pipes and dredging equipment, were transported from Lazaro Cardenas in Mexico to Tin Can Island, Nigeria.

Portlog arranged the inland transportation in Mexico, consolidation with crane and forklift, lashing and securing, fumigation and seafreight.

Portlog Interntational is a member of the WWPC for Mexico, while Steder Group represents the Netherlands.

 

 

www.portloginter.com

www.stedergroup.com

www.wwpc.eu.com

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