LCL handles trio of breakbulk cargoes

LCL handles trio of breakbulk cargoes

Nov 10, 2016: Breakbulk carrier LCL Logistix based in Mumbai has handled three recent oversized shipments to Iran, Ghana and India.

The largest of these was a consignment of metal pieces weighing 2,500 tonnes, which was transported from Mumbai, India, to Bandar Abbas in Iran.

A second project involved a team from LCL that collaborated with fellow cargo firm Fortune International Transport to deliver equipment and spares for a rebar mill weighing 73 tonnes from Venice in Italy to Mumbai in India.

A third recent project involved shipment of JCB vehicles and spare parts from Nhava Sheva in India to Ghana. Three flat rack containers each weighing 24 tonnes were transported to Tema in the south of the country.

“LCL Logistix have added significant strides to become an integrated logistics player with a global and local reach. The company has invested in assets-led business services such as container freight stations (CFS), trucks, equipment and warehouses,” a spokesperson for LCL said.

Photo: LCL Logistics shipments included JCB units bound for Ghana.

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