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MS Global Freight Solution, Malaysia Moved Construction Machinery from Port Klang, Malaysia to Alexandria, Egypt

MS Global Freight Solution, Malaysia recently moved construction machinery and accessories from Port Klang, Malaysia to Alexandria, Egypt on a RORO vessel. Since the consignee urgently needed cargo, we looked for space on the next immediate vessel, but the request was rejected initially due to space constraints.

We finally received a booking confirmation, but only two days before vessel arrival. We had to rush to arrange inland transportation, customs clearance, and port application within a minimal time. There were several changes with cargo details until we found at the last minute that the actual dimensions were much larger than provided packing list. We had to adjust the MAFI stowage plan inside the port, considering space and weight balance, but managed to squeeze static items on 2 x MAFIs as initially planned. Coordinating within an extremely tight schedule was challenging, especially during the lockdown and Ramadan period, since cargo would be shut out for any small detail, but we managed everything smoothly. All cargo sailed as booked.

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· Total 15 pieces, 157 tons, 245cbm
· Largest item main unit 8.50 X 3.70 X 3.60 meters 68,300kg
· Longest item kelly bar 17.60 X 0.83 X 0.83 meters 15000kg

MS Global Freight Solution Sdn Bhd, located in Port Klang, Johor Bharu (Pasir Gudang) and Penang, Malaysia, can handle sea and air heavy-lift project cargo from/to Malaysia, including East Malaysia (Borneo Island). We provide feasibility study, road survey, method of statement, execution, and supervision of packing, transportation, loading, lashing, unloading, and placement at consignees site. We arrange breakbulk and RORO vessel, Open top, Flat rack containers and maintain close relationships with many vessel operators.

Contact: Mr. Hiroyuki Shiono <hiroyuki.shiono@msglobal.com.my>