Express Global Logistics helps ship power project cargo to Bangladesh
Mumbai, September 10, 2014 (STAT):-Express Global Logistics, a project specialist company (formerly known as Express Transport), member to the Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC in India, recently loaded 8094 FRT cargo from Yantai to Mongla for a Power Project in Bangladesh.
15 modules and drums, weighing from 115 tons up to 158 tons with dimensiones of 26.78 (L) x 4.80 (W) x 2.81 (H) m and 13.39 (L) x (W)2.97 x 3.58 (H) m respectively.
EXG chartered a suitable ocean vessel for this 8094 freight ton cargo. Considering the extremely dense timing for this movement , EXG managed to convince the performing carrier to skip the next port of call after Yantai and divert the vessel directly to Mongla resulting in a shorter transit time of 18 Days only.
For smooth loading operation of these units, members of the EXG project team had personally visited Yantai to ensure the completion of the shipment within time frame. The challenge was to arrange the vessel matching cargo laycan at Yantai Port. Another difficult task was to arrange an 18 Axel Hydraulic truck to bring the Modules alongside the chartered vessel, as only one single 18 Axel truck was available at the port at the time of actual loading. However due to excellent Loading, Stowing, Sea Fastening planning the cargo loading processed and the loading operation were completed well in time at the load port.
Express Global Logistics (EXG), a project specialist company established in 1946 with headquarters in Mumbai, have a dedicated team of project experts. Express Global Logistics (EXG) is an asset based company having vast experience in handling Project cargo on Turnkey basis.