Taiwan-based InterMax Logistic Solutions coordinated the delivery of transition piece covers from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, to Kaohsiung in Taiwan.


Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC)

The covers – used as temporary waterproof protection devices for offshore wind farms – were loaded on to five 40 ft flatracks, which measured 7.5 m x 6.58 m x 2.81 m. They originated in Denmark and moved to Rotterdam for loading onto an ocean-going vessel.

Special inspection was required by Taiwanese Customs and InterMax helped the importer solve documentation problems and coordinated duty and taxes payment. After the importer provided the required documentation in the morning, the cargo was released in the afternoon.

In order to save the high storage cost across the weekend, InterMax arranged for the cranes and lifting equipment to pick up the flatracks that night, delivering and offloading the cargoes at the final jobsite early the next morning.

InterMax is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in Taiwan.