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EXG delivers in Dahej

September 19 - Express Global Logistics (EXG) has transported an 81.8-ton (74.2-tonne) absorber from Panvel to Dahej, India.

The absorber measured 39 m x 4.3 m x 4.3 m, which resulted in an overhang of 10 m on the trailer.

EXG had to block traffic at various locations on the 660 km route, travel on the wrong side of the road on the Kasara ghat, and along a single-track road from Songir to Ankleshwar, to deliver the consignment to the project site.

Headquartered in Mumbai, EXG is an asset-based company with a fleet of Goldhofer hydraulic axles and cranes with a lifting capacity up to 450 tons (408.2 tonnes).

 

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