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Frenk Snoeck appointed General Manager of Broekman Project Services


With effect from January 1, 2018, Mr Frenk Snoeck has been appointed as General Manager, Broekman Project Services, one of Broekman Logistics’ own break-bulk terminals. He had started working at Broekman Logistics as Branch Manager for the forwarding department, informed a release.


According to Mr Rik Pek, Managing Director, Breakbulk Terminals, the expertise of Mr Snoeck will help with the realisation of the objective of Broekman Project Services: "We are very pleased with Frenk as the new General Manager for our terminal Broekman Project Services. We are excited to see his broad network and experience in the break-bulk sector in action. His logistics service business experience will help us to fulfil our ambition in break-bulk and project cargo services."


Broekman Breakbulk Terminals


Broekman Project Services is one of the terminals of Broekman Logistics in the Netherlands and has its main focus on specialised heavy lift projects. It can also facilitate the handling, assembly, storage and other value adding activities for all types of complex and overweight cargo.


The storage capacities at its location in Rotterdam, Heijplaat consist of 20,000 m2 indoor storage (with an indoor lifting capacity up to 700 tonnes) and 40,000 m2 outside storage.


To provide its partners and customers with the most optimised supply chain and unburden them from the logistics process, it can also take care of the transport to and from the terminal, in addition to several services such as stuffing, stripping and packaging solutions for every type of project cargo.


Broekman Logistics was established over 55 years ago at the Port of Rotterdam, and has since grown to become a full-service logistics services company employing about 800 people with offices in the Netherlands, China, India, Singapore, Belgium, Poland and the Czech Republic. Broekman specialises in forwarding and shipping, warehousing and distribution and break-bulk terminals, the release said.


Source: Exim News Service - Rotterdam, Jan. 11


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