Project cargo leaves Congo for Scotland

By Katherine Weir09 June 2016

The cargo at the start of its journey from Pointe Noire, Congo to Aberdeen, Scotland

The cargo at the start of its journey from Pointe Noire, Congo to Aberdeen, Scotland

Petrasco Energy Logistics, an international freight forwarding company headquartered in Aberdeen, Scotland, completed the loading of a charter vessel for a client from Pointe Noire, Congo in record time, the company said.

Having spent a number of days planning the movement, Petrasco were able to position a vessel within 24 hours of signing for immediate loading. The cargo was loaded, lashed and secured before setting sale for its final destination of Aberdeen.

Kevin Buchan, managing director at Petrasco, said, “This is an international operation across multiple terrains. Making sure it can be achieved compliantly, smoothly, on time and on budget is what we do.”

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