THREE PLA MEMBERS JOINTLY HANDLED GIANT DUMP TRUCK PROJECT

  31. July 2018
THREE PLA MEMBERS JOINTLY HANDLED GIANT DUMP TRUCK PROJECT

Project Logistics Alliance members Alexander Global Logistics (Germany), C.H. Robinson Project Logistics (USA) and ILG Logistics (Panama) have successfully joined forces for an outstanding project of moving 24 of the world’s largest mining-dump-trucks from various places in Europe, North & South America to Panama.

The trucks have a weight of approx. 300 tons each and have measurements of approx. 15x9x10 m each. The three project logistics expert companies are organizing all pre-carriages of the dismantled units to Panama using Ro/Ro-, Breakbulk- and Container-modes of transport and have also arranged for a 10.000 sqm-assembly area in Panama. They have completed all transport-engineering including load-on- and load-off-processes onto a time-chartered barge with a dwt of 4.500 tons, and towage of that barge to the end-customer’s own private port in Punta Rincon at the Panama-Atlantic-coast.

While project-leader Alexander Global Logistics has the overall control of this project, their highly experienced partners C.H. Robinson Project Logistics and ILG Logistics have provided extremely professional local support to get everything in order This is a top example of the value given amongst partners of Project Logistics Alliance (www.pl-alliance.com), one of the most professional and ‘VIP’-networks globally for Project Logistics Forwarders.



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