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XLP members on the move

Freight Traders and Flogis International, both members of the XLProjects (XLP) network, have handled the loading of 18 coolers, weighing 41 tonnes each, in South Korea.

The coolers, which measured 18.96 m x 2.65 m x 2.79 m, were transported to the USA.

Meanwhile, Origin Logistics, XLP member in Turkey, has transported pressing lines and accessories from Busan, South Korea and Shenzen, China, to four separate clients in Turkey.

The cargoes were unloaded at the ports of Izmır and Gemlik. The heaviest pieces weighed 136 tons (123.3 tonnes).

FLS Projects Thailand has delivered four ladle furnaces, used in the steel manufacturing industry, from a factory on the eastern seaboard of Thailand to Sattahip port. The units, each measuring 6.6 m x 5.9 m x 5.5 m and weighing over 60 tonnes, were loaded and secured onto four hydraulic trailers.

Upon arrival at Sattahip port, the units were loaded onto a vessel for onward transportation to the Netherlands. 

 

www.xlprojects.net

www.freightraders.co.nz 

www.flogisintl.com 

www.originlog.com 

www.fls-projects.com

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