Liberty Global Logistics has announced a new export service via the Port of Brunswick for general cargo destined to the Eastern Mediterranean, Red Sea and Persian Gulf.
A U.S.-based, multi-modal transportation and logistics company with two American-flagged vessels, Liberty Global Logistics has been calling Colonel’s Island at the Port of Brunswick for several years to discharge Hyundai and Kia vehicles. In previous calls, its vessels were chartered to Glovis.
In April, however, the Liberty Promise called Colonel’s Island to take on export military cargo destined for the Persian Gulf. This marked the first time Liberty Global handled export cargo via Brunswick for its own account.
This was followed up in May with the visit of the Liberty Pride, also loading military cargo.
LGL transports cargo between U.S. and international destinations and provides a wide array of point to point logistical and transportation services.
Among the cargoes typically carried are:
- Tracked vehicles
- Rolling stock
- Passenger cars
- Heavy equipment
- Fork-liftable cargoes
- Household goods
- All break and loose bulk commodities
- Project cargo