September 16 - In South Africa, Access Freight Projects is working on another project for the Brazilian company, U&M Mining and Construction, moving massive earth-moving machinery.

The cargo originated in Arizona, USA, and was shipped via Houston. It comprises four dismantled, second-hand Komatsu 930E pieces.

Even dismantled, the pieces were still over-dimensional - the highest were the canopies, standing at an impressive 4.58m high. The chassis were the heaviest, weighing between 44 and 49 tonnes each.

The trucks, pictured, are en route to the U&M mine in Chingola, Zambia, where they will be reassembled and put to work on the copper mine.