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Silvasti Logistics sees double

July 27 - Silvasti Logistics, the Finnish abnormal load transport company, which is a member of the CEE global network of equipment owners, has moved eight evaporators, weighing from 150 to 200 tonnes, by barge from Varkaus in Finland to V

Silvasti managed the complete project logistics including transport planning, route surveys, loading and securing the cargoes onto the barge, as well as transport on shore.

In Finland, the company has also handled the movement of a chimney from Kangasala to Espoo, Suomenoja. The chimney comprised four separate pieces weighing 40 to 75 tonnes.

Silvasti Logistics is a freight forwarder that specialises in oversized, heavy and project cargo, providing total logistics solutions for the most challenging transport and installation projects.

Cargo Equipment Experts Ltd CEE is a global network for Cargo Equipment Owners, stevedores and export packers, serving the heavy and outsized cargo industry.

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