Denholm Project Forwarding has moved bio energy plant equipment from the UK to India, including large pieces measuring 9 m long and weighing 10.5 tonnes.
Denholm Project Forwarding said: “To identify the most cost-effective logistics solution for our client, the freight forwarding project actually began by working closely with the engineering and fabrication team for two months prior to labelling and consolidating. Once fabricated, our team received the equipment at a warehouse in Norwich. We worked diligently for a full week, carefully labelling and consolidating the bio energy equipment to ensure it would be secure and weatherproof during its export voyage – this was when the pre-planning with the engineers and fabricators paid off.
“The well-packed equipment was loaded onto four 40 ft flatracks and five 40 ft high-cube containers, transported to Southampton and sea freighted to Nhava Sheva port in Mumbai, India. From there, Denholm Project Forwarding worked closely with its Indian contacts to ensure the equipment’s safe arrival to its final destination.”
Denholm Project Forwarding is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC).