By David Kershaw2020-05-18T11:45:00+01:00
Masstrans Freight recently coordinated the delivery of three transformers, each weighing 95.3 tonnes, for a power project in the UAE.
The forwarder handled the transportation from the port facility, including the jacking and skidding of the transformers onto their foundations.
Masstrans is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in the UAE.
Abnormal Load Services (ALS) has transported three oversized wooden cases from Germany to Belgium.
Earlier this year, Megalift transported an oil and gas pressure vessel from the fabricator’s yard in Kemaman to Petronas’ chemical plant in Gebeng, Malaysia, covering a distance of more than 70 km.
C.H. Robinson’s North American project logistics team and UAE-based Fleet Line Shipping (FLS) teamed up to deliver 20 compressor skids, each measuring 10.9 m x 4.9 m x 4 m and weighing 77 tonnes.
Two heavy lift vessels are on their way to South Carolina Ports Authority’s (SC Ports) Hugh K. Leatherman terminal in North Charleston, USA, to deliver five five ship-to-shore (STS) cranes.
Barrus Projects has transported a 1,100-ton (997.9-tonne) autoclave from the port of Antwerp in Belgium to the port of De-Kastri in Russia.
C.H. Robinson has transported 18 air coolers from Oklahoma to the port of Houston and coordinated the loading of the cargoes onto ocean vessels bound for the Middle East.
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