Bolloré Logistics India Successfully Handles a Project Shipment

March 20th, 2020

Bolloré Logistics India was selected by their prestigious client, one of India’s fastest growing infrastructure companies, to handle the mobilization of project cargo from Kamsar port, Guinea to San Pedro, Ivory Coast.

Bolloré Logistics India proposed the most economical and time bound solution to our client who awarded the shipping of 6,900 FRT project & infrastructure cargo mobilization from their one site in Kamsar, Guinea to other project location country at San Pedro, Ivory Coast and successfully executed the shipment to full satisfaction.

Bolloré Logistics India project team closely monitored the cargo execution among all stakeholders (Shipper / Carrier / Vessel agents / Consignee). We closely monitored the operation to ensure cargo readiness at load port upon arrival of the vessel for loading to avoid any waiting and detention to the vessel.

Thanks to its global network, Bolloré Logistics appointed respective offices at load port (Kamsar, Guinea) and discharge port (San Pedro, Ivory Coast) to appoint 3rd party surveyors to supervise and monitor the loading & discharging operations.

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