May 11 - France Cargo International (FCI) has handled the multimodal transportation of two 300-tonne gantry cranes from Le Creusot in France to South Korea's Okpo Island.
The gantries, each of which had the dimensions 13.6 m x 8.1 m x 7.3 m, were transported by road, barge and sea in order to reach their final destination.
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FCI is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN).
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