Bolloré Logistics moves 16,870 frt of project cargo to Cambodia

Bolloré Logistics moves 16,870 frt of project cargo to Cambodia

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Bolloré Logistics Energy & Projects has jumped into action once again moving project cargo for a client prominent in water transport solutions. The cargo is being transported for a project in Cambodia. 

Bolloré Logistics Energy & Projects team was entrusted with transporting the project cargo with over 16,870 freight tons. The cargo includes pipes and accessories destined for Sihanoukville.

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The team loaded the cargo onto a part-chartered vessel setting sail from Antwerp, Belgium to the Cambodian coastal city. The vessel in question was AAL Geelong, AAL’s G-Class vessel built in 2009, with a 25,734 dwt and a lifting capacity of 240 tons.

Bolloré Logistics moves 16,870 frt of project cargo to Cambodia
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Bolloré Logistics conducted thorough surveys during loading operations, guaranteeing that the sensitive project cargo was handled and secured according to the client’s standards.

Upon arrival, our dedicated Bolloré Logistics Cambodia team seamlessly took over, overseeing the reception and delivery at the final site.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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Bolloré Logistics moves 16,870 frt of project cargo to Cambodia
Bolloré Logistics moves 16,870 frt of project cargo to Cambodia

Bolloré Logistics moves 16,870 frt of project cargo to Cambodia

Photo Bolloré Logistics

Bolloré Logistics Energy & Projects has jumped into action once again moving project cargo for a client prominent in water transport solutions. The cargo is being transported for a project in Cambodia. 

Bolloré Logistics Energy & Projects team was entrusted with transporting the project cargo with over 16,870 freight tons. The cargo includes pipes and accessories destined for Sihanoukville.

Read more: Bolloré Logistics completes two deliveries to Africa

The team loaded the cargo onto a part-chartered vessel setting sail from Antwerp, Belgium to the Cambodian coastal city. The vessel in question was AAL Geelong, AAL’s G-Class vessel built in 2009, with a 25,734 dwt and a lifting capacity of 240 tons.

Bolloré Logistics moves 16,870 frt of project cargo to Cambodia
Photo: Bolloré Logistics

Bolloré Logistics conducted thorough surveys during loading operations, guaranteeing that the sensitive project cargo was handled and secured according to the client’s standards.

Upon arrival, our dedicated Bolloré Logistics Cambodia team seamlessly took over, overseeing the reception and delivery at the final site.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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