September 25 - V. Alexander Transport Systems has coordinated the delivery of a 328-tonne reactor from southern Germany to China.

The reactor was first shipped from its manufacturing plant in Germany to the Port of Rotterdam via barge, before being lifted directly onto a geared vessel for shipment to the Chinese port of Xiamen, where the reactor was transhipped onto another barge and delivered to the port of Gulei.

The phthalic anhydride reactor, which is used in the plastic manufacturing industry, was transported alongside six other oversize units, weighing up to 50 tonnes, as well as 17 wooden cases full of installation equipment.

V. Alexander, which is a member of the X2 Projects network, will deliver two additional phthalic anhydride reactors for the same project in China's Zhangpu County over the next few months.