M Logistics has worked with several Sudanese companies during Port Sudan lockdown to ship via Egyptian ports. They transported cargo via trucks through the borders with no customs or TAX paid to Egypt. Then, they restuffed the cargo in containers at the port so the car could reach its destination.
The cargo was 3,000 tons of sesame; it was all shipped in 20ft containers. They were transported from Khartoum – capital of Sudan, to Port Said West in Egypt, and then to Haifa in Israel.
M Logistics has worked on several cross shipments of cargo – around 1,000 tons of cotton. It was moved from Mundra, India to Mersin, Turkey and then Damietta, Egypt. As at each city, there was a manufacturing process needed for the final product.
M Logistics is currently leading on a large RORO project and warehousing in the USA. The coordination for all the parties involved is huge and challenging where the cars will be shipped to the GCC Market. Port of Loading were New York, Houston, Los Angeles. Port of discharge was Jebel Ali in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.