Today Flying High!
Celebrating 100 Years
Outstanding Project Transportation Services
Its Valued Customers
Serra’s Great History and Experience
A Special Team of Experts
Dedicated to the Same Historic
“Goals” of total “Customer Satisfaction”
Excellent Service and Integrity
Are still the driving Principles of Serra International
As it starts its’ next 100 years
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Jan 19)
Serra International who celebrates in 2019
Its 100 years of Project Forwarding
arranged the transportation of three specially upgraded
AH-1 Cobra Attack helicopters, through the Port of Jacksonville,
using the special roro cargo berth at Blount Island Marine Terminal,
The 3 aircrafts are part of a group of helicopters that first
moved through JAXPORT beginning in 2015.
The Cobra modification took place in a
facility at Huntsville Alabama
where they were upgraded, with state-of-the-art technology.
These”” Military Machine gun helicopters “”are
50 feet in length, weigh more than 7,000 pounds apiece
and are worth above $10 million each.
The aircraft are on their way back to the Middle East
for use by a U.S. government and its ally in the region.
Cobras were flown in onto Horizon Terminal Services’
where the company’s stevedores loaded the aircraft
onto special Hydraulic wheels before
towing them onto the Höegh Autoliners ro/ro
vessel Höegh Antwerp which sailed on schedule
Jan 19 with a seamless prefect operation.
The New Jersey-based freight forwarder and Customs broker
Serra International, Inc. Project Global Director James Zino
Head up this Project and oversaw the entire Transportation move
Which will continue with the fly out on arrival Middle East Country