April 4 - Seko Logistics has delivered two transformers, weighing 92 tons (83.46 tonnes) each, to Dubai Electricity & Water Authority's (DEWA) Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai.
Seko was contracted by the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company, TSK Group to provide logistics solutions during the early stages of the planning and to support the latest phase of construction by transporting the transformers.
Seko completed the project, working with its local partner in the UAE, International Maritime and Aviation (IMA).
Chaminda Gunasekera, director network development - Middle East, Africa and Indian Subcontinent at SEKO Logistics, said: "The delivery of two such heavyweight pieces of cargo represented another significant milestone for SEKO Logistics' renewable energy services in the Middle East region."
According to Seko, it is planning to expand its services in the UAE and the neighbouring regions by offering customers more technology and visibility solutions for their renewable energy projects.
DEWA's solar park, which is expected to be completed this month, will generate 260 MW of electricity by using 2.2 million photovoltaic solar panels.