PCN announces TEU as new members

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PCN are pleased to announce TEU Bulgaria LLC are new members with offices located in Sofia and Varna.

“TEU has repeatedly demonstrated that we can undertake complete transport projects from start to finish with consistency, security and reliability. Our handling of over-dimensional and heavy project cargo is always tailored to the specific needs of each project and commodity with safety and a competitive cost. We understand there are many factors to be considered and given special attention when handling OOG shipments and we have the expertise, experience and financial stability to ensure success.

We have extensive project handling experience for a wide range of industries and our team is ready to handle any requests with innovative solutions and technical know-how.”

Last Christmas, TEU Bulgaria performed with great dedication for an urgent project shipment by air to Kazakhstan with very tight time constraints. After intensive preparations, the operations took place on Christmas Eve (a public holiday in Bulgaria) with the TEU Bulgaria team organising the whole operations from the pick up at the production plant until the take-off of the aircraft.

Three power units, each weighing 10,980kg and measuring 545 x 240 x 285cm, plus several smaller packages, were picked up in Ravno Pole, close to Sofia and delivered to Sofia Airport. Before the pick up, TEU had to create a special wooden case so the power units could be accepted in the aircraft, something the shipper had not considered. At Sofia Airport, the cranes and crew were waiting for the aircraft (a Ilyushin Il-76) and the units were prepared ready for the journey. The cargo was then customs cleared and the loading operations were completed in record time (see photos below).

After the aircraft took off bound for Almaty in Kazakhstan, TEU Bulgaria received a special written commendation from their new and very happy customer.

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22 July 2021 |

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