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Denholm Global handles heavy moves

November 6 - Denholm Global Logistics, a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) network for the United Kingdom, recently part chartered the HHL Mississippi to move two 155-tonne steel rolls from the port of Immingham to Rio de Janeiro as part o

A Denholm spokesman said this type of cargo would normally move via Antwerp but a favourable itinerary meant the 13,000-tonne vessel was able to make the direct call into Immingham.

In another project, working with partners Collett Transport from the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) network, Denholm Global Logistics arranged for the movement of two 315 tonne and one 170 tonne steel housings by road from Sheffield for loading at the UK port of Goole.

The weight of the pieces and the road restrictions involved meant they had to be moved over a five-day period and the lack of port facilities necessitated the hiring a of 1,200-tonne capacity mobile crane to handle the heavy lifts involved.

www.wwpc.eu.com

www.denholm-globallogistics.com

www.colletttransport.co.uk

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