Friday, April 11th, 2014

deugro opens a new office in Sydney

deugro is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

After Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, Sydney is the fourth office for deugro down under.

With increased general cargo activities and a proven track record, executing large industrial projects in New South Wales, it was a logical step to expand the deugro network in Oceania.

Please find below your first point of contact as well as full office details:

deugro Projects Australia Pty. Ltd.
12.1 Graphix Row, 160 Bourke Road
Alexandria, NSW 2015

Phone: +61 2 9313 3400
Fax: +61 2 9693 1922
Contact: Andrew Connell, Business Development Manager NSW

Friday, October 18th, 2013

deugro handled heaviest single piece at Soekarno Hatta Airport in Jakarta

deugro Indonesia had been awarded a contract for handling the crane and unloading assistance for a 79 tons heavy lift.

Jakarta Soekarno Hatta Airport was congested and had already exceeded its capacity. The initial landing permit request was not granted, due to non-capacities. The alternative, Airport Halim, was unavailable. This caused a delay of nine days for the aircraft and cargo in Thailand, in which a narrow time window of five hours had been given. The normal ground time for this type of aircraft was estimated to be seven hours, including customs/immigration, technical assistance, refuelling, taxiing and unloading preparation.

Being aware of the time critical time constraint, deugro extended its working scope from crane and unloading assistance to the entire ground coordination with the involved parties, such as airport authority, ground handling agent, trucking crew, crane crew and airline crew. The coordination and task scheduling resulted in completing the job ahead of schedule. The plane arrived with a delay of 45 minutes and was able to depart 35 minutes earlier than anticipated. All parties involved carried out their duties in a time efficient manner and exceeded the client’s efficiency expectations.

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

deugro participates in the 24th annual Breakbulk Americas exhibition

The 24th Annual Breakbulk Americas Exhibition had a strong turnout of over 3,500 attendees and 280 exhibitors. The event was held September 24-26, 2013 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.

In addition to a bustling exhibition hall, the conference program included executive presentations which addressed the strategic needs of today’s traditional breakbulk and project cargo industry logistics professionals.

deugro attended the conference with 25 people, representing 15 countries, including Doha, Singapore, UK, Brazil, Germany, Australia, India, Chile, Japan and the United States.

Prior to the Breakbulk Conference, a DSC (deugro Strategy Committee) meeting was held at the Woodlands Hotel and Conference Center in The Woodlands, TX.

deugro USA would like to extend a special thank you to all deugro team members that attended these events and looks forward to welcoming some of you to next year’s Breakbulk Conference in Houston, TX.

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

deugro India recipient of the “Young Logistics Professional of the Year” award

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deugro Projects (India) Pvt. Ltd. is proud to announce that Mr. Satish Kumar Singh, Director-Projects has recently been awarded the “Young Logistics Professional of the Year” award at the “4th All India Maritime And Logistics Awards 2013″ (MALA).

We congratulate Satish on this well-deserved award distinguishing his extraordinary efforts in this competitive business.

In 2012 deugro India was chosen as the best freight forwarder in the project cargo category and awarded the “MALA Freight Forwarder Of The Year – Project Cargo” award.

The winning of the MALA award once again shows deugro India’s successful position in the forwarding market.

Congratulations to Satish and to deugro India.

Monday, August 5th, 2013

deugro opens a new office in Busan

We are pleased to announce the opening of our new deugro office located in Busan, South Korea.

Contact information is as follows:

deugro (Korea) Co., Ltd.
Room 1303 Jeongsuk Building
89-14 Jungang-Dong 4-Ga Jung-gu
Busan 600-723
South Korea

Phone: +82 51 467 8401
Fax: +82 51 468 8456
Contact: Heui-Chan Lee, General Manager

Please join us in welcoming our new team in Busan!

Monday, July 29th, 2013

The deugro Team looks forward to meeting you at the Breakbulk Americas 2013

Location: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA, USA
Date: September 24th -26th, 2013

The Breakbulk Americas is the largest exhibition and gathering of traditional breakbulk and project cargo logistics professionals. Exhibitors and Visitors include the world’s major Shippers, Carriers, Forwarders and Ports that handle specialized heavy-lift, project and breakbulk cargo.

We cordially invite you to take a detailed look at our re-designed exhibition booth and discuss your needs and ideas with our local and global experts.


To register for a visit to the exhibition go to:

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

PNG LNG Project, Papua New Guinea – 1,500 Shipments Milestone

deugro Projects Australia, working together with deugro in Papua New Guinea (PNG), has thus far executed over 1,500 international shipments in support of the PNG LNG Project in Papua New Guinea, specifically for the project’s Hides Gas Conditioning Plant. This milestone was achieved towards the end of April 2013.

Besides the international forwarding and expediting scope handled via the support of deugro’s global office network, deugro is also tasked with the challenging onshore logistics component within PNG.

The local deugro team in PNG provides the following logistics services in support of the PNG LNG Project:

1. Import customs clearance in Port Moresby;

2. Transport of general cargoes from wharf to deugro laydown yard;

3. Transport of over 100+ heavy and out-of-gauge packages using deugro’s own heavy haulage equipment and operators;

4. Construction and management of two purpose-built laydown and storage facilities at Jacksons International Airport in Port Moresby;

5. The implementation of project-specific QHSES system for all deugro and subcontractor activity on the project;

6. Providing Technical and Transport Engineering services through the support of deugro’s in-house Transport Engineering Department (TED).

As the PNG LNG Project progresses, the team has now entered the final phase of the project which sees the use of the Antonov AN124 aircraft to fly the cargo packages to the job site in the PNG Highlands.

After an approximate 800 km flight from Port Moresby to the PNG Highlands, deugro is tasked with managing the interim storage and handling of these packages, and ultimately transporting all equipment to the final job site via deugro’s own specialized multi axle heavy haul trailer fleet.

This unique “Air-Bridge” concept certainly adds to the challenges of working in PNG.

A critical component in the planning and assembling of the transport team executing the project has been our forever keen and highly capable in-house Transport Engineering Department (TED).

A special mention of thanks goes to deugro’s valued contractors and official organizations within PNG who have supported the in-country operations as the project moves from phase to phase.

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

deugro participated in Transport Logistic exhibition


deugro Airfreight Germany participated in the leading “Transport Logistic” exhibition in Munich, Germany. The Expo takes place every two years and was held June 04th to June 07th 2013.

This year was the first time deugro Airfreight participated in the event to meet business partners and clients. More than 2.000 exhibitors from 64 countries attracted approx. 53.000 visitors to the “Tansport Logistic”. During the the four days over 400 guests visited the deugro booth.

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

deugro participated in the Annual Europe Breakbulk conference in Antwerp

deugro Europe offices participated in the Annual Breakbulk Europe Exhibition & Conference in Antwerp, Belgium from May 14th to 17th 2013. The 2013 event hosted its largest number of attendees this year with 5500 registrants from over 100 countries.

This year’s event saw 25 colleagues from 12 deugro offices and successfully represented the deugro Management and Operations level, deugro Support Functions and deugro Strategy Committee. Thanks to all participants for their support during these days. Many well known business partners and potentially interested customers from all over the world visited our deugro booth to talk to us and gather information about deugro’s team of the best minds. This year the deugro booth was redesigned with heavy lift highlights and a special focus on deugro owned equipment.

Another equally interesting attraction was the “deugro owned pizzaiolo”. Our colleague, Mr. Carlo Servetti – Sales Manager deugro Basel – changed his suit & tie to his pizzaiolo outfit and got into action. The delicious smell of fresh baked Pizza filled the floors of the exhibiton halls and attracted the guests and customers. Almost 500 slices of Pizza were served during the event. A special thanks to Carlo and the extraordinary great show!

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

deugro moves a disassembled Tunnel Boring Machine from Schwanau, Germany to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

deugro Brazil was awarded for the transport of a disassembled TBM (Tunnel Boring Machine). In assembled condition the TBM will be 120 meter long and being used for drilling a section of 4.6 Kilometers tunnel called Linha 4 Sul.

Linha 4 Sul connects South Zone of Rio de Janeiro and Barra da Tijuca – home of the 2016 Olympics Games in Rio de Janeiro. Drilling works are scheduled for completion in December 2015 and inauguration of the Line 4 for June 2016 two months ahead of the opening ceremony of this major event.

deugro Stuttgart excellently coordinated the deliveries of the cargoes to Antwerp from its origin Schwanau in Germany via Port of Kehl by using three barges.

deugro’s responsibility only ended after cargoes were delivered and offloaded at the jobsite. The challenge was to follow the delivery sequence piece by piece so that the TBM could be assembled inside the tunnel thereafter accordingly.