Articles by Marko Lukic
Move One recently completed a challenging shipment from the United States (U.S.) to Mongolia for a global manufacturer of industrial tools and equipment. The company entrusted Move One with the delivery of oversized cylinders, containers, and batteries to serve Mongolia’s rapidly growing mining industry.
The global transportation of commodities has become a necessity in the modern world, with customers expecting the seamless delivery of their freight. This includes the movement of dangerous goods, also known as hazardous material, or HAZMAT.
France recently withdrew 200 French troops from Afghanistan as a part of an accelerated pullout from the country. French President Nicolas Sarkozy stated that France will be pulling out 1,000 of its soldiers – 400 more than its previous withdrawal target – and withdraw all combat forces by the end of 2013.
The future may be unclear but one thing is for certain; allied forces and Move One are both preparing for the lead up to 2014. The International Security and Assistance Force (NATO – ISAF), as well as Operation Enduring Freedom (US – OEF), are developing complex schedules to remove their fighting forces from Afghanistan by 2014.
Move One Logistics is pleased to announce the successful completion of its latest move for one of its valued customers. The global manufacturer of industrial, construction and mining tooling and equipment, entrusted Move One with …
In recent weeks, Iraqi authorities have detained a large number of foreign contracts, estimated to be in the hundreds, the New York Times reports.
Move One is increasing its competitiveness in Iraq with new training initiatives and sending regional employees on temporary assignments.
Move One has successfully handled another time- and temperature-sensitive consignment of fresh food for the massive Oyu Tolgoi mining project in Mongolia.
Move One Logistics is pleased to announce the successful completion of its latest delivery of an RG32M military vehicle with its appreciated business partner Impson Logistics from South Africa.
The Gazette reports that hundreds of cargo containers belonging to the Canadian Military are stuck in southern Afghanistan because of an ongoing Pakistani blockade of routes exiting the country. The Canadian Forces are trying to …