Mory-tnte Mondial Delivers Qatari Navy Hull

Logistics firm Mory-tnte Mondial Express has transported an over-dimensional hull for the Qatari Navy.

The cargo measured 14 meters long, 4 feet wide and 3 meters high, and was transported using a 40-foot flatrack. The team from Mory-tnte Mondial arranged delivery of the cargo from the shipper’s premise to the port by road.

“A decision was made to position the front end of the hull further to the front of the flat rack which provided more allowance for the back of the flatrack lifting points to be obstruction free,” a spokesperson for Mory-tnte Mondial said.

Mory-Tnte Mondial is headquartered in Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia, and is a member of breakbulk association WCA Projects which connects freight forwarders and project cargo companies worldwide.

Photo: Mory-tnte Mondial transported the hull by flat rack. Credit: MME

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