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LOGISTICS


FEATURE SPONSOR


SPECIALISING IN UNIQUE SOLUTIONS


For almost 40 years WWL ALS UK International Limited’s knowledgeable and experienced in-house teams have prided themselves in providing clients with one local point of contact, specialising in unique solutions for oversized, abnormal and difficult cargo shipments by road, rail, barge or charter vessel across a range of sectors nationally and internationally.


MULTI-INDUSTRY OPERATOR


The Company’s dedicated in-house teams understand the clients’ needs providing a service that reflects the professional standards demanded in the business world today and can manage mobile or static cargo for a range of industries including: construction and plant, mining, tunnelling, marine, oil and gas, rail, engineering, power and renewable energy industries.


GLOBAL REACH


Project solutions include worldwide break bulk, charter/part charter, heavy lift vessels, ro-ro, containerisation and a UK ships and port agency service.


The team work with clients from the initial proposal through to the contract stage, providing outline feasibility assessments and budget costs when bidding for new business.


SUPPORT SERVICES


The dedicated chartering team is fully supported by an extensive database of ships’ positions worldwide, enabling rapid solutions in sourcing the most suitable vessel for the cargo at the time and place to suit the clients’ requirements. WWL ALS is able to provide additional worldwide services which include…


• Any size dry-cargo tonnage (not limited to break bulk carriers), multi-purpose, reefer, ro-ro and heavy lift tonnage


• Full or part load shipments • Voyage chartering, time-chartering, period charter, bareboat contracting


• Freight covers, contracting, project-engineering


• Sale and purchase of ships • Towage (wet and dry) or FLO / FLO operations


• Freight consultancy, market information


90 metre long convoy from UK destination US Gulf of Mexico


OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT


The operations department provide clients with a debrief after the shipment has arrived and can manage the entire operation of vessels and voyages including…


• Preloading preparations, including stowage plan and super intendancy


• Cargo clearance, custom arrangements, documentation work


• Arrangements and supervision of stevedoring operations


• Instructions to master and agents • On/off hire surveys • Liability insurance • Vessel performance control on speed, bunker consumption


• Weather-routing • Disbursement accounts, hire calculations


• Bunkering arrangements at lowest market prices


• Conducting all correspondence and liaison with owners/shippers on the client’s behalf


INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR ABNORMAL LOADS AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT


As heavy machinery and equipment becomes more and more sophisticated the company’s operational teams recognise that every transportation requirement is unique. It requires specialist knowledge and attention to detail to ensure that the most


secure and effective movement is provided to satisfy the client’s requirements. Experienced operators are available


to provide help and advice for domestic, international and worldwide heavy haulage requirements including…


• Multimodal transportation solutions by: road, rail, air and water


• Ship chartering: full and part • Turnkey project management • Job site transportation • Planning, supervision and representation services for FOB projects / shipments


• Crane planning, hire and management • Contract services team • Major / special projects: advice and management in major projects


• Specialist installation, erection and decommissioning services


• Pre project logistics planning, survey reports and feasibility studies


• In house permits and escort service: escort cars, police escorts, attendants, authority notifications


• Insurance: all levels of insurance can be arranged


• Security and bonded warehousing WWL ALS SCAN/CLICK


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