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  • 17 Dec 2018
    Bati Group Ships Over 50 Transformers in 2018

    Project Logistics Alliance member for Turkey, Bati Group has shipped more than 50 transformers out of Turkey in the year of 2018 and has already been awarded 5 further shipments for 2019. These transformers can range from a small as 1 ton to 300 tons, and for Bati Group, each one counts. They have successfully delivered these significant and valuable cargoes to their final locations. The last unit was a medium-sized transformer which was moved from Turkey to Armenia. It weighed 100 tons and had a volume of 215 cbm.
    This port-to-door transportation was executed by lowbed trailer and it will be routed via Georgia. The mountain roads constituted the biggest challenge in this operation, but after thorough supplier evaluation, it was completed successfully.
    Congratulations to Bati Group, and may 2019 bring more projects their way!

  • 15 Dec 2018
    New Member in Nigeria!

    The Project Logistics Alliance is introducing KSP Shipping & Logistics as our new member for Nigeria!

    KSP is offering a broad range of services including Supply Chain Management, Freight/Global Logistics Services, Project Cargo Handling, Ship Agency & Management, Breakbulk, Customs Clearance and total logistics support in Import/ Export. Operations are handled under the slogan “Local presence! Global minded!”
    Customers of KSP are offered a truly integrated network distribution chain that is tailored to the specific needs of each customer individually. The focus on an excellent service can be highlighted as well as a flawless track record for projects under several challenging conditions.

    For more information, please get in contact with Kola Aderibigbe:
    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Tel: +23 4817 7779 993
    M: +23 4802 2922 624, +23 4817 4412 222

    A warm welcome to our latest member, KSP Shipping & Logistics!

  • 14 Dec 2018
    Jet Global Transports Machinery from Taiwan to Spain

    Project Logistics Alliance Member for Taiwan, Jet Global recently transported a set of machinery from Taiwan to Spain. The cargo was loaded in Kaohsiung Port, and consisted of 4 mean parts with the following dimension and weight:

    1) 10.15 x 4.72 x 4.10(M)/85T main machine
    2) 5.46 x 3.81 x 3.10(M)/16T uncoiler
    3) 5.82 x 3.35 x 3.01(M)/8T operator stand
    4) 3.10 x 2.60 x 2.77 (M)/4 machine cover and other accessories

    Everything was unloaded in the port of Bilbao successfully. Great job Jet Global Team!

  • 13 Dec 2018
    Alexander Global Logistics Delivers Just In Time

    Project Logistics Alliance member Alexander Global Logistics handled another shipment on behalf of one of their customers till FOB Hamburg port.

    Ocean freight was under the scope of the consignee who fixed BBC vessel for loading at Hamburg Port.

    The cargo was loaded by mobile crane at the inland port of Berlin onto 2 barges. Operations were successfully finished within 2 days ops without any problems. The barges need 5 days T/T as earlier planned and arrived at the loading terminal on the last possible day. The heavy lift vessel was already prepared for loading ops and cargo loading was performed directly ex barge onto ocean vessel.

    The cargo volume is as follow:
    1st Barge:
    24 x PQE Units / each 1800 x 165 x 200 / each 21 tons
    2 x Lifting Device for PQE

    2nd Barge:
    4 x PQE Units / each 1800 x 165 x 200 / each 21 tons
    6 x TLX / each 935 x 254 x 348 / each 54 tons
    2 x Lifting Device for PQE
    Case Accessories

    1xTLX / 935x254x348 / 54 tons was moved by truck from Berlin to Hamburg due to late readiness. The low bed truck was unloaded at Hamburg Terminal directly by ships gear.

    Everything was completed in order despite the tight schedule, congrats to AGL on the just in time delivery.

  • 12 Dec 2018
    First Member for Chile and Uruguay, new member for Brazil!

    The Project Logistics Alliance is growing. Today we would like to introduce WAIVER LOGISTICS to you. They have recently joined our expert network, representing Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay.

    WAIVER was founded in 1989, initially acting in the area of customs management and consulting and has become, over the years, a national benchmark in excellence in the operation of logistics projects involving special import and export regimes.
    Since its foundation, the company has been standing out as an international freight forwarder specializing in offering differentiated logistics solutions as well as its ability to understand and interact with the most complex customs regimes in other countries. With a presence in mainly Latin American countries, WAIVER manages to respond to differentiated and individual customer needs.

    WAIVER Group believes in the importance of investing in its professionals as well as in the strong qualification of a multidisciplinary team, formed by more than 170 employees in the countries where it operates.

    Welcome to the Project Logistics Alliance, WAIVER LOGISTICS!

  • 12 Dec 2018
    Suvari Shipping Delivers Oil Rig to Kazakhstan

    As the Caspian river season is coming to an end, Project Logistics Alliance member Suvari Shipping has concluded the project for delivering an oil rig from Iskenderun, Turkey to Aktau, Kazakhstan.
    The cargo consisted of 125 pieces, with volume of 9000 CBM, and a weight of 1679 Mts. All were delivered safely. The scope of the project included chartering the most appropriate river-type of vessels for the oil-well rigs, preparing the stowing plans for all vessels, handling cargoes with special equipments and by shore crane, preparing all documents for Russian customs formalities and delivering safely to Aktau.
    Congratulations Suvari Shipping for the successful project!

  • 11 Dec 2018
    Bati Group Loads Jack-Up Barge Onto Rolldock Star

    Bati Group, Project Logistics Alliance member for Turkey recently succesfully completed a barge onto vessel project. The M/V Rolldock Star vessel arrived in Istanbul, Turkey for the float-in operation to load a jack up barge, which weighed 934 tons. The operation itself was quite challenging, however it ran smoothly thanks to the asisstance of the Rolldock Engineering Group. After the Rolldock vessel arrived, it was navigated to the anchorage area and began submerging.
    While it was submerging, Bati positioned the barge for the float-in operation and managed to float in the barge within the estimated time frame. The lashing of the barge took another 6 hours, securing everything in position and preparing the vessel for sailing. The operation lasted a full day, including the lashing time of the Rolldock vessel. In the end, the Rolldock Star embarked on its journey to Calais, France, proundly carrying the barge on board. Well done Bati Group for the excellent handling and operations!

  • 11 Dec 2018
    FLS PROJECTS (USA) INC. MOVED INTO A NEW OFFICE!

    We are happy to announce that our member FLS Projects USA team has moved into a newly renovated office location. They are now ready to meet clients and partners! You can find their office in Houston at 50 Briar Hollow Ln, Suite 405W, Houston, TX 77027.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or drop by for a visit to talk about any new project and heavy lift opportunities.
    Congratulations from the Project Logistics Alliance for the move!!!

  • 10 Dec 2018
    Gulf Agency Company Moves Breakbulk from Korea to Saudi Arabia

    Project Logistics Alliance Member Gulf Agency Company (GAC) recently moved a batch of sea freight shipments from Korea to Dammam. This was a combination of breakbulk as well as flat rack and normal containerized shipments. The scope of work included transportation, custom clearance and ocean freight.

  • 10 Dec 2018
    New Member for Portugal!

    The Project Logistics Alliance is proud to introduce its latest member: Linuship, a family owned logistics service provider. The company was established in 2015 and is from now on representing Portugal. The company can rely on experienced staff with more than 40 years in the industry. The range of services includes project cargo handling, breakbulk, inland transportation, crane services, customs formalities, survey, lashing and packing and insurances. In doing so, Linuship focuses on personalized, reliable and innovative service solutions. Welcome to the Project Logistics Alliance, Linuship!

  • 07 Dec 2018
    Turk Logistics Transports Mega Silo Unit

    The Turk Logistics team recently transported a SILO 850T unit from the RAMSIS Engineering yard to ALBA Potline 6 Project. The cargo weighed 65MT and had a dimension of L 23.22 x W 9.2 x H 9.8 meters. Turk Logistics team utilised a 24 axle line SPMT and delivered the cargo without damage to site. Thanks to the continuous competent performance from our member, this is another project rewarded from their client RAMSIS Engineering WLL, FIVES SOLIOS & BECHTEL.

  • 07 Dec 2018
    The Project Logistics Alliance website reconstruction has started!

    We are delighted to announce that we are working on a reconstruction of the Project Logistics Alliance website. As the alliance has grown, we feel that the website should develop also. The first section we have changed is the partner segment. Please take a few minutes to have a look and let us know your thoughts. The new set up allows for more flexibility and personalization of the subpages. Each partner now gets their own space to present a detailed introduction of their company and the services they offer. The contents you now find are developed by the Project Logistics Alliance together in collaboration with the partners.

    From user experience, we have also put in the effort to display contents with a cleaner structure. The visitor can enjoy a website that is easy to navigate and dispenses the need for too much scrolling. They also have a clearer view of the contact details from our partners, the introduction to our partner’s services and download materials such as media files.

  • 06 Dec 2018
    First member for Papua New Guinea!

    We are happy to announce another extension of our network. With Westlink, we introduce the first member for Papua New Guinea! Westlink has more than twenty-five years of experience in managing transportation of customer’s equipment, fabrications, and assets from all ends of the globe. With their outstanding performance in project handling, they are a perfect fit for our Alliance.

    This is a brief summary of the services Westlink provides: Marine, Land, Air and Multimodal Turnkey Logistics, Heavy and Oversized Equipment, Fabrication and Asset Transportation, Logistics Project Management, Technical Assurance, and Logistics Engineering, Operations Supervision and Coordination and Freight Forwarding Support.

    Welcome to the Project Logistics Alliance, Westlink

  • 05 Dec 2018
    Fleet Line Shipping concludes another project

    Project Logistics Alliance member Fleet Line Shipping has concluded another huge project in calendar week 46. Several OOG shipments from Jebel Ali and Abu Dhabi to various destinations were handled by our member representing the United Arabian Emirates.

    Good job, Fleet Line Team!

  • 05 Dec 2018
    HiLOG Completes Urgent Evacuation of an Asphalt Plant

    Project Logistic Alliance's member HiLOG's Turkish office recently completed an urgent evacuation of a client’s asphalt plant from Tehran, Iran to the clients bonded warehouse just outside Istanbul, Turkey. Due to a 2nd round of US sanctions against Iran which European companies are expected to comply with also, the evacuation was to be carried out immediately. The deadline for removal of the equipment was 5th November, by which the last piece of equipment was removed just in time. Thanks to HiLOG, the client managed to avoid the loss of this equipment which has a value close to 1 Million USD. The move required 18 truck loads, which was a challenge in itself to source as usual return loads from Iran to Turkey have ceased to exist, and many other businesses were under the same pressure as our client, and looking for transport solutions out of Iran. HiLOG also completed the export customs procedures in due time. The client was extremely happy with the result, and the Project Logistics Alliance would also like to congratulate HiLOG on succesfully completing such a complex project under high pressure!

  • 04 Dec 2018
    Scandinavian Express Transports Footbridge in Oslo

    Scandinavian Express recently completed “Ullevål Project” - the transportation of a pedestrian footbridge near Norwegian National Stadium in Oslo. The project consisted of 600MT of steel constructions, 33 sections delivered in 6 parts from Lithuania to Norway. The biggest sections were 18 x 7,2 x 0,9 and weighed 37 MT. The transport was carried out in combined modal (road + ferry crossing) and multimodal (road + ship). All shipments were successfully delivered on time! Congratulations to Scandinavian Express for the expertly carried out project!

  • 04 Dec 2018
    FLS Projects Delivers Heavy-lift Bridge Cranes to Jakarta

    Project Logistics Alliance member FLS Projects Thailand and FLS Projects Indonesia is delivering 1,800 cbm of general cargo and heavy-lift cargo which includes two bridge cranes to Jakarta, Indonesia. To learn more about their heavy lift and project cargo solutions please don't hesitate to contact them on LinkedIn or their website at www.fls-projects.com.

  • 03 Dec 2018
    Alexander Global Logistics Handles Several Cranes in Germany

    Member for Germany, Alexander Global Logistics recently moved on behalf of client Scheffer several crane systems within Germany from the factory yard.

    Scheffer is one of the world’s market leaders for own swing-free cable tensioning and in-house manufactured magnet lifting technology, which offers outstanding advantages such as short cycle times, pinpoint accuracy and increased personnel and machine safety.
    For further details pls see: https://scheffer-krantechnik.de/en/

    The volume – depending on crane type – consists of crane girders together with accessories.

    The biggest items recently moved are as follows:
    1 Girder / 27140 x 2417 x 2138mm / 16,5 tons
    2 Crane Bridges / 20.600 x 1825 x 1510mm / 9.200kgs
    1 Crane Bridge / 22.000 x 1825 x 1510mm / 9.800kgs