Gulf Agency Services ships cement mill to Djibouti

Gulf Agency Services ships cement mill to Djibouti

Sept 09, 2016: Logistics firm Gulf Agency Services has completed transportation and heavy-lift for components of a cement ball mill in Djibouti.

The mill weighed 120 tonnes and was shipped from Jebel Ali in the UAE to the Port of Djibouti on the Horn of Africa. The cargo was transported aboard the multipurpose vessel Industrial Revolution.

A team from Gulf Agency Services was responsible for all discharging procedures. The cargo was transferred and lashed to a low-bed transporter for onward travel.

Gulf Agency Services is a subsidiary of global transport firm MIT and operates from offices in the Djibouti’s capital. The firm is a member of the Project Cargo Network, or PCN, a global network comprising 221 specialist members, employing 16,756 staff in 102 countries.

Photo Credit: MIT

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