Project Cargo Handling
Experts in Project handling at InterLogic Worldwide offers the best solutions for handling of oversized and heavy cargo.
InterLogic Worldwide realizes this through its combination of expertise, knowledge, and experience. Our vast experience enables us to identify the most cost effective route, allowing our client to ensure timely and secured delivery of their valuable equipment / cargo within prescribed time limit .
Project Cargo Services is a division of InterLogic that provides specialized cargo transportation, cross dock transloading and reworks services to importers and exporters of Hazardous including Explosives (such as Fireworks 1.4G) . We also are specialized in cargo transportation of heavy and over dimensional equipment and integrated project logistics management for engineering, procurement and construction companies servicing energy, mining, chemical, petrochemical, pipeline, infrastructure, pyrotechnics and other sectors.
Strategically placed project cargo specialists within InterLogic global network encompass the needed experience and capabilities for heavy lift, oversized breakbulk shipments or other logistical challenges that are encountered when dealing within the project execution arena.
The complex requirements that encompass project cargo execution require “out of the box” thinking in order to create and implement effective solutions. Early projection of transportation costs by tailoring a customized transportation plan is one of the value adds of the Project Cargo group. On site planning meetings with the customer are crucial to ensuring proper routings and the safest, most efficient method of transport. These are key ingredients that prove to our customers again and again the value that the experienced members of InterLogic’ Project Cargo group bring to the table each and every time.
Vessels of Concern
InterLogic strictly prohibits its carriers, representatives, agents and any other person or entity that handles an InterLogic’ shipment from utilizing or otherwise dealing with any Specially Designated National (SDN) or prohibited vessel as designated by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Department of Treasury. This includes, without limitation, the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL), its vessels, and any other vessel owned, operated or chartered by IRISL or by any other Iranian interests. A complete list of OFAC’s SDNs and prohibited vessels can be found at http://www.treas.gov/offices/enforcement/ofac/sdn.