GPLN Adds MAMQ In Pakistan

Pipe Transportation to Karachi Nuclear Power Complex

Project cargo association Global Project Logistics Network has expanded its membership in Pakistan, with the addition of Muhammad Amin Muhammad Qaseem.

Bringing a proven track record in handling power and energy projects, the firm operates an extensive breakbulk transport fleet. Equipment includes multiple low-bed trailers, drop deck coupled with prime movers, hydraulic cranes, mechanical cranes and fork lifts.

“MAMQ have recently moved gantry cranes for Neelum Jhelum Hydro Power Project and Karachi Nuclear Power Complex Project K2, steam turbines, generator and power gensets for K Electric and pipe transportation and clearance to Karachi Nuclear Power Complex K2 Site, just to name a few” a spokesperson for the firm said.

Registered in Bangkok, Thailand, GPLN connects independent project logistics companies specializing in breakbulk shipment on a non-exclusive basis globally.
Photo: MAMQ vehicles. Credit: GPLN