Europe Cargo Ships 1100 Ton Steel Plates

FPS Group member Europe Cargo recently shipped 1100 ton steel plates from Antwerp to Hamad port in Qatar.

Europe Cargo received a request from one of their shippers  and was asked to check the options for shipping 1100 ton steel plates in a single lot. Due to Letter of Consignment, the shipment was required to leave Antwerp latest on 15/07 and arrive in Hamad port on or before 15/08.

Due to the fact that there are no regular conventional sailings for Hamad and chartering was too expensive of an option, the shipment did have its unique challenge. However, a solution was found. Europe Cargo connected with a RORO carrier that offered direct service from Antwerp to Hamad port on mv Morning Chant.

The cargo was delivered by the shipper using 42 trucks in Antwerp port. Europe Cargo then arranged also the discharging ex-truck direct on 13×40’mafi trailers.

The vessel sailed on 13/07 from Antwerp and arrived at Hamad port on 05/08 and the shipment was a success.

                            

LCL Logistix’s Nhava Sheva CFS Moves 53 Buses

LCL Logistix’s Nhava Sheva CFS team has handled a single lot of 53 buses and completed the entire exercise smoothly and efficiently due to teamwork and years of experience.

The process consist of offloading, placing onto Flat Racks, lashing, reloading and moving 53 buses to Nhavasheva Port and transporting together once the loading process was complete.

The movement from the CFS to port was done by LCL’s Transport Division. The buses were shipped to Dammam, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. This being a time bound operation, the full lot was completed within 48 hours due to the LCL Logistix team working around the clock at a stretch to complete the movement successfully and on time.

Projects FPS Supports Water Supply & Sanitation Project

Famous Pacific Shipping Lanka, Famous Pacific Shipping Group’s Sri Lanka location showed its project shipment capability recently with its support of pipe and parts transportation for the Jaffna-Kilinochchi Water Supply and Sanitation Project in the north of Sri Lanka.

The first break bulk shipment has just recently been completed and consisted of 1,300 CBM of DI Pipes that arrived in Colombo aboard the MV Zhe Hai V from Lianyungang, China. The project logistics team completed the operation within 72 hours.

In total the water supply and sanitation project will involve over 4000 CBM of DI Pipes and 50-75 TEU’s of container cargo that will include pipe fittings and other accessories for the project. For the container shipments as well as the break bulk pipe shipments, Projects FPS, the project logistics arm of Famous Pacific Shipping Lanka will be managing the entire local process to include customs clearance, port handling, transportation to the site 400 km north of Colombo, and stacking at the storage yard.

The Jaffna-Kilinochchi Water Supply & Sapnitation Project is expected to be completed within the 1st quarter of 2018 and Projects FPS will be involved for the full duration of the project.

What is freight consolidation?

Basically, a freight consolidation program involves the consolidation of multiple shipper’s freight (Multiple LTLs / parcels into truckloads). This helps lower costs tremendously & reduce the miles travelled. By building more volume destined to the same distribution center, transit time is also improved as compared to a traditional parcel / LTL service. 

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LEO GLOBAL welcomed Tilog delegates to the impressive ALL Logistics Center

Leo Globallogistics (LEO), FPS Member from THAILAND, winner of the Excellent Logistics Management Award (ELMA) 2016 in the third-party logistics provider (3PL) category from the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), THAILAND exhibited at the Tilog 2017 Exhibition and later on had the opportunity to welcome delegates from Tilog Logistics Exhibition to the impressive ALL Logistics Center.

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