Globalia Panipat successfully completes the movement of mining equipment from India to Mozambique

The mining equipment was hauled from India for a mining project at Zimbabwe

ABS Logistics, Globalia member in Panipat, India, hauled a number of mining equipment from Nhava Sheva, India, to Beira Port, Mozambique. “This project was challenging as it was time critical and we had to complete the movement from shipper site to Beira within a stipulated time period. We were given 4 days time to move the cargo from the shipper site to loading on the vessel, while generally, it takes 7-8 days for doing the same,” says Mr. Abhinav Jain, Director of ABS Logistics.

They used CMA CGM Shipping Line for moving this equipment and special low bed trailers were required for transportation of the cargo. Mr. Jain further added, “This project was successful thanks to the diligence of our team, who handled it without a hitch”.

Congratulations to Globalia Panipat for a job well done!

 

Globalia Doha successfully handles two bulk DG shipments from ports in India and Oman to Qatar

The dangerous goods shipments consisted of paint and related chemicals

Western Gulf Agency has recently handled two bulk DG shipments last week, which were transported from the Ngava Sheva Port, India and Sohar Port, Oman to Hamad Port in Qatar. After unloading the shipments with a forklift at the Hamad Port, they were moved to the consignee site by trailers.

In the words of Ahmad Al Hashimi, CEO of Western Gulf Agency, “Moving this bulk shipment of paint and chemicals had been a challenging task which was perfectly handled without the slightest hitch. I would like to thank all my team members for their consistent effort which allowed us to move the shipments professionally.”

GLB Haiphong – steel structure shipment to India

Our GLB agent in Haiphong has been busy with shipments of steel structure recently as part of the Barth Super Thermal Power project in India

Three shipments (adding up to 60,000cbm) were required to transport the huge structures (some of them as big as 28.2m x 2.92m x 3.60m and weighing up to 56,000kgs) from Haiphong to Haldia, India. Although this was no longer a challenge for the A&L Cargo team, who are already experts in handling this type of breakbulk assignments and smoothly managed the loading and discharging at both ends as well as the dunnage, lashing and securing of the cargo on vessel.