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An Indonesian first for Kaleido

Kaleido Logistics has handled the delivery of wind turbine components for Indonesia’s first wind farm located in the South Sulawesi region. 


Kaleido was responsible for the ocean transport from China to Indonesia, as well as arranging floating cranes, stevedoring services and the inland transportation.

In one phase of the project, Kaleido used specialist barges to transport 90 tower sections from Ciwandan to Parepare Port in Indonesia. 

In addition to the design and optimisation of the storage yard, Kaleido handled the transhipment of 90 wind turbine blades in Parepare Port as well as the road transport to site.

Kaleido, member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in Spain, was also responsible for the road transport of the nacelles and hubs of 30 wind turbine generators.

 

www.kaleidologistics.com 

www.wwpc.eu.com

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