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General Alexander Haig's

"World Business Review"

Business and Technology Solution for the 21st Century

"AG Logistics Worldwide Over-dimensional and Heavy Transport Specialists" appears on Alexander Haig's World Business Review TV Series. Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces the appearance of AG Logistics on World Business Review Television series hosted by Alexander Haig.

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General Haig hosts this informative , fast-paced, magazine style, technology and business series. He features topical stories through field reports taped On Location, illustrating solutions to industry problems in its application. This On Location segment is focused on MARITIME LOGISTICS SOLUTIONS. It focuses on the concept that owners, manufacturers and parties that control rolling stock cargo who wish to do business internationally require modes of transport and logistics services for their cargo in order to complete an international sale. Transport must be reliable, cost effective and of high quality as it is a direct reflection of their product. The primary problem is shipping of over-dimensional cargo. Those products which cannot be containerized due to size , weight or configuration. The solution discussed is Roll-on/Roll-off ships for self propelled units and mafis for breakbulk ,that is over-dimensional and heavy units. According to AG Logistics: "With Ro/Ro ships the cargo is subject to less physical handling and the need for costly dismantling and reassembly can be virtually eliminated."

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