Royal Cargo Vietnam joins Project Cargo Network
Sep 10, 2018 : Ho Chi Minh-based Royal Cargo Vietnam is now a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN).
“We have heard that PCN is a great organization and we look forward to working with our new PCN partners,” said Long Nguyen, director for project and sales, Royal Cargo Vietnam.
Long Nguyen added, “Royal Cargo Vietnam was set up in 1993 and since then, we have made our mark in the industry and reached the reputation of professional integrity we enjoy today. Through our network of offices in Vietnam, our services cover not only port-to-port but also door-to-door delivery to all 58 provinces in the country. We are powered by our people and our staff are highly trained experts who provide the best possible solutions.”
“We are well-experienced in handling and transporting over-dimensional and heavy lift projects to any destination. At Royal Cargo, no load is too heavy or long for us and we are one of the undisputed heavyweights in project transportation. The challenge of project logistics and transportation calls for a service provider that handles this type of environment with ease and familiarity and can tailor services specific to requirements. Our team of local experts can execute complicated logistics demands including remote locations and we also have excellent contacts with the relevant authorities, port authority, custom offices, vessel operators, local heavy lift equipment owners, crane and tanker operators,” he added.
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