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WWPC members team up for project move

USA-based BNSF Logistics and Heavy Logistics in Belgium have transported metalworking equipment from the port of Antwerp to Missouri.

The cold-forming equipment weighed 60 tons (54.4 tonnes) and measured 10.4 m x 3.4 m x 3.6 m. The cargo was shipped on a G2 Ocean vessel from Antwerp to the port of Houston, where it was loaded onto a nine-axle lowbed trailer.

The equipment, plus accessories, was then transported to its final destination in Rogersville, Missouri by road – a distance of approximately 550 miles (885.1 km).

Both BNSF Logistics and Heavy Logistics are members of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), representing the USA and Belgium, respectively.

www.bnsflogistics.com

www.heavy.be

www.wwpc.eu.com

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