January 6 - Members of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) have been busy moving oversized loads across the world.

Westlink Logistics - member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Australia - has coordinated the delivery of two spooling winches from Australia to an offshore project in Taiwan.

Elsewhere, Indian PCN member LCL Logistix completed a breakbulk shipment from Chennai to Dakar in Senegal. In total, 4,207 pieces were transported.

PCN members Turk Heavy Transport (Bahrain) and Conxion Logistics & Heavy Equipment (Qatar) collaborated to transport a surface miner for Global Surface Mining Australia.

The surface miner weighed 110 tonnes with out-of-gauge (OOG) dimensions of 12.80 m x 3.47 m x 3.40 m. 

Meanwhile PCN members McLarens Logistics and M-Star Freight Services successfully handled a transformer shipment from the Netherlands to Sri Lanka.

The transformer was shipped in an open top container from Rotterdam in the Netherlands to Colombo in Sri Lanka.

Russian PCN member, Glogos recently completed the transportation of a production line for Coca-Cola HBC Eurasia.

The cargo was shipped from St. Petersburg to Apapa Port in Nigeria and involved a total of 197 pieces with a gross weight of 407 tonnes.

Scandinavian Express, Polish PCN member, claim to have transported the widest load ever transported on Polish roads.

A steel gangway for port loading measuring 10.38 m wide was transported to the barge harbour in Police, West Pomeranian District. The load was transported on a four-axle Goldhofer trailer. With the truck and trailer, the load was 28 m long and 4 m high.