Red Wolf Global Transport Gaming Machines from Manila to Vietnam
Red Wolf Global Manila recently moved 8 units of gaming machines for a client in Vietnam from Manila North Harbour Port, Philippines.
The challenge was faced due to Lithium Battery content of the machine, carriers required further checking. One carrier declared it as DG Cargo. But the team at Red Wolf Global were able to secure fast approval from PIL who accepted it and considered the cargo as general cargo.
Details of the load:
Loading: Gaming Machine and Gaming Machine Parts
Volume: 1 x 40’ HC and 1 x 20′ STD Containers
Total Weight: 4,755.50 kg
Total CBM: 44.16
POL: Manila North Harbour Port, Philippines
POD: Da Nang, Vietnam
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Since 2002 we have been running AerOceaNetwork (AON). We are a non-exclusive group of like minded independent international freight forwarders who want to excel in their markets. At the same time we are building our good name around the globe. Our global forwarding members meet annually to develop their cargo business pipelines and establish personal ties, which quite often even develop into lifelong friendships – another intangible benefit of joining our group of forwarding professionals.
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