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  • 19 Jul 2017 6:04 PM | Anonymous

    Good News...

    Proud to share with you the professional performance of OPCA India member Alaacrity Projects and Logistics India Pvt Ltd.

    About Project:

    Alaacrity Projects and Logistics India Pvt Ltd completed movement of moulds from Antwerp to Mundra with special lifting materials on April/May 2017. Mr.Girish Pandey was personally there to take particular care over the loading.

    Project details are as follows:

    • Total cargo weight: - 50 tons
    • Total cargo volume: -1360cbm
    • Freight collect
    • Under deck only
    • Liner terms hook/hook
    • +/-5% molco

    2 nos : 36 x 3.1 x 5.1 = (lxwxh-meters) = 569 cbm x 2 = 1138 cbm (20 tons each means 20 tons x 2 = 40 tons)

    1 nos : 18 x 3 x 3 = 162 tons (10 tons)

    Total tonnage: 20 + 20 + 10 = 50 tons

    Length

    Width

    Height

    Volume

    Total Volume

    36

    5.2

    3.2

    599.04

    1198

    18

    3

    3

    162

    162

                                                                                                                                                                1360
    Congratulations Alaacrity Projects and Logistics India Pvt Ltd for their excellent job.

    Please review the project pictures as below:


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  • 19 Jul 2017 12:29 PM | Anonymous

    OPCA World Wall Map was delivered Chrisslogix (Pvt) Ltd. We are glad to share their picture as below and hereby present our thanks!

    YOUR PROJECT PARTNER @ SRI LANKA

    CHRISSLOGIX (PVT) LTD


    Established in 2012, they are a fast growing logistics company in Sri Lanka offering a full scale of services to/from Sri Lanka and the rest of the world. Their services cover international freight, customs brokerage, warehousing, transport & distribution and project cargo handling. They take pride in their ability to professionally handle project cargo operations. From the freight of heavy and over sized cargo, to customs clear, deliver and unload at sites anywhere in Sri Lanka, their team can provide you with a total solution including the supply of special equipment for cargo handling requirements. Complicated and bureaucratic processes in Ministry approvals and other authorities are taken on by their team.

    They have built their projects clientele with the direct and personal involvement and supervision of their projects team, who will deliver hands on service from start to a complete finish at very competitive prices.

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  • 19 Jul 2017 9:15 AM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 18 July, 2017

    Greek Oceanbulk Group has been linked to an order for four Capesize bulkers at China’s Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding, a wholly owned subsidiary of China CSSC Holding.

    The 180,000 DWT quartet is valued at USD 172 million, with Oceanbulk paying USD 43 million a piece, data from VesselsValue shows.

    The newbuilds are slated for delivery in 2019.

    Shanghai Waigaoqiao has already delivered two Capesize bulkers to the company earlier this year and is building three more 11,000 TEU containerships for the group.

    The boxships are expected to be delivered later this year.

    Petros Pappas-chaired group has nine bulkers in its fleet, with an average age of 6 years, and eleven newbuilds valued at USD 496.4 million.

    In addition, Oceanbulk’s fleet includes four containerships and 18 tankers.

    *NEWS SOURCE

  • 18 Jul 2017 5:29 PM | Anonymous
    New partners are going on to join Overseas Project Cargo Association from all around the world. Today it is our pleasure to share with you that ALAACRITY PROJECTS AND LOGISTICS INDIA PVT LTD  joined our group from INDIA.

    We are also pleased that Chairman and Managing Director, Mr. Girish Pandey will be attending our coming Annual Meeting in Bali, Indonesia at 01, 02, 03 October 2017. The gathering will be a great opportunity to meet all OPCA partners. Please click here for full information about our event.

    Let's welcome our new agent on board of Overseas Project Cargo Association !

    ALAACRITY PROJECTS AND LOGISTICS INDIA PVT LTD
    ADDRESS: Flat No. A-102, Building No.81, Chembur Abhay Chs Ltd, Tilak Nagar Chembur, Mumbai - 400089, Maharashtra, India
    CONTACT: Girish Pandey / Chairman and Managing Director
    TEL: +91 98204 04865
    WEB: www.alaacritylogistics.com

    COMPANY PROFILE

    Alaacrity Projects and Logistics India Pvt Ltd which is an innovative and fastest growing privately owned and funded shipping / logistics / freight forwarding and project cargo organization operated by industry professionals having over 35 years of professional experience with proven track record in the freight forwarding / logistics and project transport industry (including a successful start-up).

    Their industrial projects and heavy lifts services include project planning & consulting, solution design & engineering, logistics costs estimating, lead logistics management, route and load/disc surveys, material and inventory management, air, sea & port charters, provision of specialized equipment (including: barges, beach landings and roll-on/roll-off), heavy-lift handling & transport, site preparation and project dedicated personnel.

    You can click here to review the services of our new agent.

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  • 17 Jul 2017 2:58 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 14 July, 2017

    Ethiopian Airlines has inaugurated a new cargo terminal in the capital Addis Ababa.

    The Cargo Terminal-II covers 150,000 square meters and includes a dry cargo terminal warehouse, perishable cargo terminal with cool chain storage as well as fully automated elevating transport vehicle technology.

    “Infrastructure development being one of the four pillars of our fast, profitable and sustainable growth strategic roadmap, Vision 2025, we have been making massive investments in infrastructure projects to modernize and expand our cargo facilities at a total cost of US$150 million. The new Cargo Terminal-II combined with our existing Terminal-I will give us a total tonnage capacity of around 1 million per annum which is the largest in the continent of Africa,” said Tewolde GebreMariam, CEO of Ethiopian Airlines.

    The new terminal adds 600,000 tones annual uplift capacity, creating capacity equivalent to cargo terminals in Amsterdam Schiphol, Singapore Changi, or Hong Kong.

    *NEWS SOURCE

  • 14 Jul 2017 2:34 PM | Anonymous
    Original news was published on 14 July, 2017

    India’s port operator Essar Ports posted a record 19.62 million tons of cargo in the quarter ending June 30, 2017.


    This represents a growth of 12% when compared to the cargo handling in the corresponding four-month period of the previous fiscal year, as explained by Essar Ports.

    For dry and unit cargo, the performance was better, with the company recording a 32% growth.

    The substantial growth in traffic at the company’s three dry bulk ports in Hazira, Paradip and Vizag, came on the back of heightened activity and capacity utilisation of Essar Steel,” Essar Ports said.

    What is more, the overall growth in traffic was helped by the 60% increase in third-party cargo volumes during the quarter, according to the company.

    As informed, the dry bulk terminal at Paradip Port surpassed saw a 131% rise in cargo handling.

    Commenting on the performance, Rajiv Agarwal, CEO & MD, Essar Ports, said: “FY18 has started on a promising note for Essar Ports. Handling 19.62 million tonnes of cargo in Q1 itself is an encouraging sign and we are confident of sustaining our performance and grow throughout the year.”

    Essar Ports, which has five operational port terminals at Hazira, Vadinar, Paradip, Salaya and Visakhapatnam, currently has a capacity of 140 MTPA. The capacity is to be expanded to 194 MTPA over the next few years.

    *NEWS SOURCE

  • 12 Jul 2017 4:39 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 12 July, 2017

    Just three weeks after inaugurating its new berth, support areas and new cranes, Terminal Portuario Guayaquil (TPG) broke records by receiving the 11,000 TEU CMA CGM Rodolphe, the largest vessel to ever call at an Ecuadorian port.

    “Only a few days ago we inaugurated an extension to our berth of 120 meters, in addition to new support areas and equipment, with the precise aim of receiving larger ships. This vessel belongs to one of the APL services that we receive and represents an advance for our port in its continuous support for Ecuadorian foreign trade,” Enrique Brito, TPG Executive Chairman, commented.

    Brito added that STS Super Post Panamax cranes were recently acquired by the company. They were fully operational while the vessel was loaded and unloaded, which involved transferring 3,500 containers.

    Completed at China Shipping Industry shipyard in May 2017, the ship is 299.9 meters long and 48.2 meters wide.

    CMA CGM Rodolphe will be operated by CMA CGM’s subsidiary APL, to link Guayaquil with Asian ports while passing through the new Panama Canal.

    TPG is a private port that has been operated by SAAM since 2006. It provides services at the Santa Ana estuary, in Isla Trinitaria, a suburb of the city Guayaquil, Ecuador.

    *NEWS SOURCE
  • 11 Jul 2017 11:05 AM | Anonymous
    Good News...


    Proud to share with you the latest projects shipments of OPCA member Origin Lojistik Tas.Tic As., Turkey.

    About Projects:

    Origin Lojistik Tas.Tic As. continues to provide complete solutions and smooth handling of project cargoes dispatch to their valuable customers.

    Recently, they moved 1100 tons marble, 600 tons parquet, 400 tons isolation meterials with river type vessel.

    Some part of cargoes has been loaded from Greece and the rest of the goods delivered to the vessel from Turkish suppliers at Derince Port. After than vessel is departed to her way to Turkmenistan port via Don-Volga river connection which is link the Caspian Sea to the Black Sea.

    Please find below pictures regarding the Turkmenbashi Port Project.



    Also, they performed different heavy lifts and out of gauge cargoes such as cranes and spare parts also two dipper dredger. You can see the loading of heavy cranes which 1100 tonnage lifting capacity in the following pictures.



    They brought these cranes and spare parts from China and moved forward to Azerbaijan. Totally 1300 cbm cargoes delivered via 17 lowbed chassis and 8 truck.


    You can find below pictures regarding excavator units loaded from Izmit to Puerto Moin.



    Origin Lojistik Tas.Tic As. specialized operation team followed every step and act sensitively in order to prevent any kind of damages and delay for the whole process.


    Congratulations Origin Lojistik Tas.Tic As. for their excellent job.

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  • 11 Jul 2017 9:42 AM | Anonymous

    Good News...

    Proud to share with you the professional performance of OPCA member Projects FPS (Pvt) Ltd., Sri Lanka.

    About Project:

    Projects FPS (Pvt) Ltd. have been awarded the local handling for the movement of:

    •    222 large cable drums loaded as break bulk
    •    208 smaller drums containerized in 52 x 20’ containers

    Scope of work

    •    Port handling
    •    Customs clearance
    •    Transportation to receivers site which is approximately 15km from Colombo port
    •    Unloading & placement at receivers storage yard

    Port of Loading – Kobe / Japan
    Port of discharge - Colombo / Sri Lanka

    The 1st 1break bulk shipment of 27 drums arrived Colombo port onboard mv MIIKE V. 059 on the 8th of July 2017. The movements were completed within 20 hours. The total movement is schedule to be completed at the end of 2017.

    Congratulations Projects FPS (Pvt) Ltd. for their excellent job.

    Please review the project pictures as below:



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  • 10 Jul 2017 1:02 PM | Anonymous

    Original news was published on 09 July, 2017

    THE US Port Houston has completed the dredging of the Bayport Terminal, deepening the channel depth to 48.5 feet to allow vessel drafts of 45 feet. The improvement works facilitate the heavier loading of ships with containers of heavy cargoes such as synthetic resins.

    The channel to the port's Barbours Cut terminal already has been deepened to match the 45-foot vessel drafts permitted on the Houston Ship Channel, reported IHS Media.

    Houston is at the centre of a petrochemical manufacturing boom created by low-cost natural gas feedstocks. Annual US exports of synthetic resins are expected to rise by 500,000 TEU or more within the next few years.

    Authorities at the port of Houston hope to maintain or expand its current 45 per cent share of US polyethylene and polypropylene resin exports but will need additional vessel capacity that the 45-foot channel drafts will provide.

    Volumes of such resin exports declined by 31.4 per cent, year on year, in the first four months of 2017, according to data from PIERS, a sister division of JOC.com within IHS Markit. Resins made up 4.4 per cent of Houston's export volumes in the same period.

    The port is currently embarking on a US$1 billion expansion and renovation programme at Barbours Cut and Bayport, which combined handle two-thirds of US Gulf container volume.

    Houston has posted marked increases in container throughput this year following the addition in 2016 of two all-water Asian services by the 2M Alliance of Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co, and by Cosco China Shipping.

    January-through-May volume, including empty boxes, amounted to 1.02 million TEU, up 14.6 per cent compared to the same period last year, according to port of Houston statistics.

    *NEWS SOURCE

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