For several years Alexander Global Logistics is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN). At the annual General Meeting in Bangkok we got awarded the 2015 President award. Every year, winners are calculated from the results of the PCN Quality Control Survey. This award displays the quality of our services and the AGL team is very happy to have received the honor. We strive to continue to provide this level of service to our customers for the coming years.
Alexander Global Logistics (AGL) report their next successful shipment of ten 'motor graders' from Germany to Casablanca, Morocco.
Each grader weighed 15.2tns with dimensions of 9.4 x 2.5 x 3.1m and were shipped by RO/RO vessel.
AGL were responsible for the pre-carriage, loading, documentation, handling, seafreight, on-carriage and delivery to the customer's premises in Casablanca. AGL are well experienced in this type of cargo having already handled around 100 of these machines worldwide so far this year.
Alexander Global Logistics GmbH (AGL) has been deeply engaged with countries of the former Soviet Union, namely in the Russian Federation for many years. Our project forwarding division and more recently our pulp & paper divisions have assisted im- and exports from Russia to everywhere in the world. Despite the current decrease in transport volumes in the Russian market, we have managed to keep our core business volumes on a good and continuously growing level.
Therefore we are proud to announce the opening of a new sales & marketing office in Moscow headed by Oleg Kutlovsky, who has over 30 years of experience for general cargo as well as project cargo in Russia.
Our main office in St. Petersburg will continue to take care of all day-to-day operations in Russia and the CIS-countries. Ilya Zaytsev, Yuri Nasonov, and Alexey Dubinin, who handle all Russian AGL offices, are happy to respond to any customer demands.
We are further in the process of opening new offices in Russia’s Far East, with the next office being opened in Vladivostok.
We at AGL see great business potential in Russia’s Far Eastern regions. Therefore, increasing our presence in this geographic area will help us to more efficiently handle the China-Russia business.
Alexander Global Logistics (AGL), reports about the next successful shipment of 4 huge Diesel Engines from Antwerp to Shanghai:
2 Engines / each 1025x510x585 m / each 220 tons and 2 Engines / each 1050 x 320 x 525 m / each 158,5 tons
As usual for these shipments, AGL organized barge-loading for pre-carriage, heavy-lift-barging to ocean-vessel-terminal, loading on board by ship’s heavy lift gear, sea-transport and survey.
This is the 5th shipment of that kind already for AGL in 2015.