Goodrich Logistics Welcomed in Bangladesh & Ukraine
27th May 2022
We are pleased to approve Goodrich Logistics as new members in Bangladesh and Ukraine. Our membership will be familiar with Goodrich as they are already experienced PCN members in Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, the Ivory Coast and Senegal.
Goodrich Logistics Private Limited - Bangladesh
With offices in Dhaka, Goodrich Logistics are proficient and experienced in project and breakbulk cargo in Bangladesh by ocean, land and river. They have handled many turnkey projects for the power and energy industry including government-aided projects for PGCB (Power Grid Company of Bangladesh).
One such project is photographed in the gallery below which involved tower parts, insulators, conductors, accessories and more. The cargo was loaded in over 3,500 containers (40' & 20' DV, OT & FR) by Goodrich who provided a 'one-stop solution' by stuffing the containers at the shippers factory before moving the shipments by ocean to Chattogram Port.
Along with all documentation and formalities with government bodies, Goodrich then handled the custom clearance, port operations, transportation and unloading at 5 locations in a 150km radius from the port.
Goodrich Logistics and Mercantile Limited Liability Company - Ukraine
In Ukraine, Goodrich offices are in Kyiv and they are well equipped to handle any complex projects ensuring the smooth and timely processes required for oversized and heavy movements. Neetu Kumar at the company says; "Goodrich operations and activities in Ukraine are currently on hold and being managed by other country offices due to the current situation but will resume full services soon.".
Goodrich Ukraine have previously efficiently managed and handled projects for one of the most globally important and largest integrated steel companies, ArcelorMittal. They arranged the entire door-to-door delivery of 1,800mt of machined cast iron products.
PCN President, Rachel Crawford says; "We are happy to support our newest PCN member, based in the Ukraine. I think we all know that war and its aftermath means that everyone suffers. We can only hold hands (virtually) across the world, support each other, with no political or religious barriers and hope that peace prevails soon. I have always been incredibly proud of how we come together in one room each year, all from so many different cultures and backgrounds, with no other objective than to find ways to work together."