ALBERTO COLL is behind LOBO LOGISTICS
Armed with a solid academic knowledge by having completed a Bachelor of Commerce, a Postgraduate Degree in International Maritime Trade and a Masters of International Business (MIB) with over 21 years experience in International Logistics overseas and in Australia working for companies such as P&O Nedlloyd, Maersk Line, Skelton Tomkinson, JBS Australia and 20Cube, I formed LOBO; with a concrete idea that Logistics Services can be better, it is simple, you do a great job and you get paid for it, you treat your service providers and agents with respect and you service your clients promptly and with a hands on approach. No wasting time, sharp, precise, fast, that’s what is missing, let’s fix it, let’s move your cargo.
Part of my journey can be better appreciated visually in the gallery bellow:
I'm in the yellow vest, we were engage to report the local movement of a Prill Tower by the Company Orica from the steel yard to a storage facility.
I Manage the Biosecurity Inspections of 6 x vessels in Indonesia for the TAN BURRUP Project, our services were contracted by the spanish Company Tecnicas Reunidas
On board the Berge Hallasam in Brisbane Australia, coordinating the discharge operation of 23,000 MT of Fertiliser Product coming from China
In Batam taking a selfie with the young but experienced crew of TAT HONG
Early inspections of various equipment by the hand of Ross Radich, one of the most experience Biosecurity Consultants in Australia and NZ
I attended the Heavy Lift Training Course by Richard Krabbendam in New Orleans during the Break Bulk Americas exhibition
On board the ANL Wangarrata with clients and interns
at Nippon Steel site waiting for the last modules to be lashed on deck to complete final Biosecurity Report before Load out
Receiving cargo from Orica in Newcastle, Australia on board the Ro-Ro vessel TONSBERG
AT Nippon Steel in Batam Island Indonesia in full gear
Inspecting 2 x construction cranes in Singapore prior to load out
Vessel visit with staff and trainees
Inspecting Modules for Tecnicas Reunidas
I manage the movement of this large Absorber Tower for the Company Orica from Korea to Koorogang Island in NSW Australia, involving the use of a barge from Newcastle to final destination
On Board the Spliethoff vessel Donaugracht
Large Boiler moved from Canada to NSW Australia
this ride was moved via Ro-Ro who is always a good option for rolling stock
I manage and report to Village Road Show the importation of all components needed for the Wet n Wild Sydney Park located at Prospect, Australia. 256 containers from 7 origins.
Tan Burrup Project full Biosecurity team
On Board with clients from the Spanish Chamber of Commerce "La Camara"
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