Express Global Logistics (EXG) successfully completed the movement of galvanised transmission line towers and accessories for one of the largest infrastructure construction companies in Bangladesh.


4,740 tonnes of towers were shipped via six barge trips. The total distance covered for each lot from the shipper’s workshop to the destination in Bangladesh was approximately 3,110 km.

Transport at origin posed various challenges, a major one being the need mobilise 207 trailers to move items from shipper’s works to the port. There was no time for delay, with barging windows extremely tight.

EXG completed export clearance, port handling, and loading onto barges as to avoid any vessel detention or port storage charges. A swift discharge at Bangladesh due to timely import documentation and clearance ensured smooth port handling and delivery, said EXG.

Thorough sequencing of cargo while loading ensured smooth and proper segregation of the goods, which are ultimately destined for more than nine separate locations across Bangladesh.

EXG is member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in India.