Chipolbrok’s multipurpose vessel Wladylaw Orkan loaded power supply equipment and a range of other heavy lift cargoes at the port of Hamburg, Germany.

The equipment was destined for Mumbai, India, and Qinzhou, China. The shipment included heavy lifts up to 96 tonnes and a package that measured 16 m x 4.15 m x 4.15 m.

After two days of loading in Hamburg, the vessel moved on to the port of Antwerp, where approximately 16,000 tonnes of cargo needed to be lifted aboard.

Wladylaw Orkan, berthed at the Zuidnatie breakbulk terminal, took on roughly 12,200 tonnes of steel as well as heavy machinery destined for Shanghai, Qingdao and Zhuhai. 

The next stop was Aliaga in Turkey, where 2,700 cu m of transformers and accessories were stowed on the ship.