4 May 2011

The Wavecrest Weekly - No 3

Despite another short working week due to the Royal Wedding and the May Bank Holiday we have been kept busy.

The Mercedes car mentioned in the last Wavecrest Weekly arrived safely at Heathrow from Hong Kong and has been Customs cleared and is now en-route to Spain.

The Greenpeace vessel Esperanza is now at the port of Fowey in Cornwall taking on stores and equipment for her next campaign mission.

Later this week we are picking up a Suzuki motorbike from an address in Kent for a client based in the United Arab Emirates. The bike will be professionally export packed before being shipped as a part container load to Abu Dhabi.

Wavecrest has many year's experience of shipping motorbikes of all shapes and sizes around the world. The oldest bike we have shipped to date was made in 1912 and went to Edmonton in Canada. The largest bike we have shipped was a Triumph Rocket which went to the Canary Islands.

At the end of this month we will be unpacking several containers of solar panels at our warehouse in Gravesend. The containers are arriving at nearby Thamesport. Once the panels are unpacked we will be forwarding them to a number of different construction sites in Cornwall.

More news next week.

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