SCACLI (Sea Cargo Air Cargo Logistics Inc.) are new members in Canada! Specialists in handling large project logistics and with recommendations from current PCN members, the company was established in 2005 and their headquarters are in Toronto with additional offices in Quebec and Vancouver. President, Laurent Montignon states… “we have heard good things about PCN are we are keen to become an active member in the network.”
Laurent continues; “We offer technical expertise and maximum flexibility amongst a small number of Canadian international freight forwarders able to provide specialized shipping services to expedite movements of project cargo. With our knowledge and experience from previous successful over-dimensional and heavy lift cargo projects, we can quickly identify, manage and execute optimal solutions, finding the most efficient routes and services.
SCACLI ensures that oversized and ‘difficult to handle’ cargo movements receive the specialized care and attention that they require. We recognize that preparation, careful planning and effective co-ordination are critical to the success of unusual transport projects and our staff work closely with all parties from origin to destination and all points in between to provide a fully customized end-to-end solution. Safety always comes first and our project management team conducts detailed country data, port specifications, route surveys and bridge loading test surveys in order to identify the challenges ahead and manage them in advance.”
Moving difficult cargo is an everyday occurrence at SCACLI. With outstanding service, various transportation options and the ability to handle almost anything that comes our way, we are the international transportation experts to assist you!”
SCACLI are currently handling a large ongoing project to Kuwait for the Lower Fars Heavy Oil Project. Every single component for the project has been shipped to the site (pictured above) under the management of SCACLI with various origins including Canada, the USA, South America, China, Korea, the UK, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Kuwait and the UAE. Laurent explains; “The number of transactions to date totals 176 with a total shipped weight of 2,166,241kg. The Lower Fars Project aims to extract heavy oils from the field located in the Northern Part of Kuwait and the design, manufacturing and engineering are of Canadian origins. This is the first heavy oil project in Kuwait and the biggest upstream project in the Middle East. The total project value reaches $7bn and is being developed in phases with the first phase expected to start in 2019 with a production rate of 60,000 barrels of oil per day.”
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