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Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean (WW Ocean) is a leading provider of deep-sea ocean transportation for cars, trucks, rolling equipment and breakbulk cargo. Through a fleet of more than 50 modern RoRo vessels, WW Ocean offers a global liner service in 12 trade routes to six continents. Last year, WW Ocean moved 3 million car equivalent units (CEU) of cars, rolling equipment and breakbulk worldwide. Learn more at 2wglobal.com
Facts & figures (2018):
• 3 million car equivalent units shipped last year: 2.1 million cars, 720k rolling equipment and 180k breakbulk (all figures in CEU)
• More than 50 vessels servicing 12 trade routes to six continents
• More than 500 sailings and about 4000 port calls per year.
„We see our work as a sporting challenge with the aim of winning“
Gerhard Wagner, CEO Bolk Austria/Romania
BOLK Austria is an expert in special transports to and from South-Eastern Europe, the Near and the Middle East. BOLK has 15 employees at 3 locations: Vöcklabruck (headquarters in central Austria), Cluj and Bucharest (both Romania). All of them are qualified and experienced freight forwarding agents, multilingual, well-connected and familiar with the customs of their target markets.
The core competences:
• handling of all types of breakbulk & project cargo
• RoRo and multimodal transports between A-R-A and the Black Sea
• relocation & handling of large-scale cranes
• special logistics for wind power plants
BOLK operates as forwarder or carrier, depending on the requirements. Through the affiliation with the BOLK B.V. Group, the company - and thus their customers - have access to a large, well-maintained fleet with the most modern special equipment for all types of heavy and oversized transports. The customers also benefit from decades of the company’s know-how in the special transport business and their proven international partner network.
Luka Koper, port and logistic system, d.d. is a public limited company which develops and manages the Port of Koper,
the only Slovenian seaport. The company operates all 12 specialized terminals in the multipurpose port, handling all types
of cargo: containers, cars and Ro-Ro, various general cargo products, project cargo,dry bulk, liquid bulk and passengers.
The total throughput of the port in 2021 was 20.8 million tons, including 997,570 TEUs and 617,157 car units, making Koper
the largest container terminal in Adriatic and one of the most important car terminals in Europe.
Future investment plans mainly focused on strategic spheres of activities, containers, cars and project cargo.
Breakbulk Events & Media
Breakbulk Events & Media products are the most targeted and cost effective marketing choice for companies that need to reach breakbulk and project cargo logisticians. Breakbulk Events host more than 25,000 specialized logisticians annually in event formats that are focused on business development, logistics transactions, new cargo connections and strategy. Breakbulk Events are networking and business development conferences and exhibitions, as well as educational workshops, in Asia, Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Russia. Award-winning Breakbulk Media products are the leading sources of analysis and news in the project cargo and traditional breakbulk logistics market. The official publication for Breakbulk conferences and exhibitions, Breakbulk magazine brings analysis and trending news to key logisticians moving breakbulk and project cargo worldwide.
Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International (HLPFI) is the leading international bi-monthly magazine and news source for professionals involved in heavy lift movements and project cargo management. Written by an international team of award-winning journalists, since its launch in 2007 the magazine has become a must-read for everyone involved in the movement of heavy and over-dimensional project cargoes.
Quality Cargo Networks
Supplier of marketing services to Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC.
Heavy Cargo News
Online newswire and magazine featuring achievements of the members of Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC and Priority Cargo Network.