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Asian Worldwide Logistics (AWL) are new PCN members in Peru.
Focused on project cargo and local experts in the Peruvian logistics industry, they have experience in managing a varied range of projects including construction, oil & gas, mining & minerals and aircrafts. Their head office is close to Callao Port with an additional office in Lima.
Commercial Manager, Martin Velasquez says they are joining PCN “… to find strong partners in project cargo to develop long-term business relationships & new opportunities and to show our expertise. We are keen to participate as an active member and provide full support to the worldwide partners for their projects and any other kind of business”.
General Manager, Enrique Llontop continues by introducing the company; “Asian Worldwide Logistics have a professional, proactive and experienced team offering our customers and partners the best logistics solutions. We are always focused on developing new business opportunities worldwide and we specialise in project management, heavy lift & oversized cargo, breakbulk and chartering as well as shipping & freight forwarding (air & ocean), road transport (national & international), customs clearance, warehousing and insurance.”
“Our comprehensive, creative & personalised solutions and high-quality operational processes are based on our extensive knowledge, experience and excellent management of information.”
CEO, Moises Uyeda adds; “In AWL, you will find a trustworthy, reliable and secure partner in project cargo with a team of experienced professionals. We thank PCN for the opportunity to be part of the prestigious network and we are sure that we will not only achieve good business, but also a establish great long-term friendships.”
Some recent projects handled by Asian Worldwide Logistics are featured in the below gallery including a helicopter loaded on a IL-76 aircraft at Lima Airport.
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