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LOGISTICS Abnormal Load Services


A local but global company serving key blue chip companies in the market of Out of Gauge, Supply Chain of Abnormal Load components all around the world.


EXPERIENCE


With over thirty years’ experience in this very niche market sector of the freight world, WWL ALS provides a constant in terms of experience, knowledge and advice to all their clients.


Whether it be regular repeat business of high & heavy construction and agricultural equipment or the project management of break bulk items from all over the world to a single delivery point in sequence, within budget and on time, WWL ALS have the resources and the capability to listen and deliver the promise.


ACQUISITION


The acquisition of ALS by Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics in October 2012 proved to be a major stepping stone to providing what they do in Hull to far more clients on a world- wide basis.


As WWL ALS are now recognised as a major player in the total concept of ‘factory to dealer’ for WWL and the regular movement of construction equipment for the likes of Komatsu,


Hitachi, Volvo, Liebherr, Hyundai and others.


In addition to this with the sister company WSS, Wallenius Ship Service, the company also provides a range of break bulk and project scenarios on a worldwide basis.


GLOBAL COVERAGE


Their global coverage is second-to-none with offices and terminals in key locations providing local cultural advantages. This allows for competitive quoting and when they secure the work, the ability to provide their client with peace of mind and added value of liaising with both the consignee and the consignor with a high level of competence and security.


CURRENT CONTRACTS With current contracts nationally & internationally, involving ships agency & specialist port handling logistics in the Ports of Inverness, Wick, Campbeltown and Glasgow and further afield in Ireland & Lithuania. They have been responsible for chartering coasters and sourcing/managing port facilities &cranage/handling, as well as quality control and wind turbine dispatches as well as marine warranty surveyor services, with their own in-house team wherever the client requires.


FUTURE EXPANSION


With team expansion in this area, WWL ALS are looking forward to the Green Port growth on the North and South bank of the


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coming to this region to secure the growth in the power sector.


From renewables to fossil and nuclear energy, we are well positioned to provide solutions, to what these clients will need in terms of advice; resources capabilities and understanding of the bigger picture.”


WWL ALS HEADQUARTERS


The Hull office (close to the Humber Ports) is the Head Office; a driver of new products and strategy, such as the Marine Division which has been very busy with their services since 2011 and into this year with various aspects of Wind Turbine activity on the East coast, most recently with two onshore projects via the Humber Port of Immingham, as well as others at the Ports of Hull.


Humber; the development opportunities it brings and with the niche expertise the company has are keenly placed to meet the future supply chain challenges of the long term on-going projects.


David Richmond, WWL ALS Commercial Director stated “As the economy recovers here in the UK and the rest of Europe, we have the ability to respond to both the local and global major blue chip players


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