May 1 - Myanmar's CEA Project Logistics was recently contracted to handle the transportation and Customs clearance of a temporary power plant.
The project had to be planned perfectly as the plant had to be in use within 60 days of the first containers arriving in Myanmar.
CEA's scope of work included providing road and river transportation for 250 containers over a distance of 560 km from central Yangon to the Myingyan district.
CEA also supplied two 55-tonne transformers, which were shipped by barge to the Myingyan district and then transported 30 km to the power plant site using a multi-axle hydraulic trailer.
CEA also organised the movement of a rough terrain crane, tipping the scales at 70 tonnes, which was transported by barge along the Ayeryawaddy River to the construction site in a 12-day operation.
CEA Projects is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN), representing Myanmar.