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CEA in Thai crane lift

May 14 - CEA Project Logistics has coordinated the discharge of a Kobelco CKE1800 crawler crane from a barge at Sattahip Port in Thailand.

The largest piece unloaded was the crane's boom, which measured 44 m x 2 m x 2.1 m and weighed 7.92 tonnes. The heaviest component moved was the crane's base unit, which tipped the scales at 40.77 tonnes.

CEA Project Logistics utilised a 220-tonne lift capacity crane to unload the consignment.

Four flatbed trailers and two low loaders were then used to transport the dismantled crane to CEA's storage facility in Laem Chabang, ready for onforwarding to Singapore.

CEA Project Logistics is a member of the Project Cargo Network.

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