PCN announces Alma Group as members in Iraq

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PCN are pleased to report Almas Group Logistics are new PCN members in Iraq.

The company have three offices in Erbil, Baghdad and Sulaymaniyah and offer professional project cargo logistics, management and forwarding services.

Miran Khattab (Managing Director) comments; “Almas Group Logistics always invests our experience and time to fully understand the project requirements before designing a tailored logistics plan. Since 2009, we have been providing innovative shipping and transportation services with the ability to adapt to changes in the industry and come up with optimum solutions for every challenge. We take logistics to another level!

The Almas Group Logistics team have the expertise to successfully handle any project cargo management and special operations as well as all procedures and required documentation. Our experience in efficiently and effectively handling logistics services has included the oil & gas, construction, factories & manufacturing, agriculture, power & energy and automotive sectors.”

Some recent projects handled by Almas Group Logistics are photographed in the gallery below including:Breakbulk shipment of 11 units of heavy equipment from the Port of Hong Kong to Umm Qasr, Iraq. The shipment totalled 1,319.98cbm / 438,000kg; A heavy generator & production line shipped from Mundra Port in India to Umm Qasr for a steel factory. The shipment totalled 40tn; Breakbulk shipment of 300tn of steel from Tianjin Port in China to Umm Qasr; Shipment of BOMAG machinery & equipment from China via Mersin Port, Turkiye. The shipment totalled 160tn and 8 x 40’HC were used; Trucks and machinery shipped from the USA to Umm Qasr totalling around 100tn; Breakbulk shipments of forklifts & heavy equipment spare parts from the USA & China via Mersin Port. The shipment totalled 100tn and 15 trucks were used for the final delivery.

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25 July 2023 |

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