Express Global Logistics completes landmark load-out for world’s largest green hydrogen energy project
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Express Global Logistics (EXG), member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in India, has proudly completed the transportation and load-out of 14 critical modules in the southern part of India for the world’s largest green hydrogen energy project in Saudi Arabia. Each module, weighing up to 250 ton, was meticulously moved and positioned using SPMT configurations comprising 48 axles and 2 PPUs with specially designed spacers. The intricate operation involved transporting 14 heavy modules from a designated yard to the designated jetty using Self-Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMTs). Modu ..read more
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WWPC appoints member in Czechia
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1w ago
ESA s.r.o. with offices in Kladno, Czechia, has been appointed as a member to Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) with immediate effect. ESA logistika, found in 1992 (as legal entity in Czechia), is one of the leading international logistics providers operating in Czechia and Central & Eastern Europe region. They provide comprehensive, tailor-made logistics solutions and engineering and consulting services for numerous demanding globally-sourced industry sectors and infrastructure construction projects. The activities of ESA logistika include areas such as: Heavy lifts and project cargo D ..read more
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Great Welcome in Vigo, Spain
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by Maarit Karau
1w ago
Wolfgang Karau, Director of Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), had the pleasure to visit Vigo, home to one of the founding members of the network, Kaleido Logistics (former Vasco Gallega De Consignaciones). Kaleido Logistics are the members for the network in Spain and Portugal. After visiting the project department and meeting with key staff it was a pleasure also being greeted by the company´s President, Mr. Juan Martínez and his two sons Xoán and Xosé, both CEO´s of the company. Ms. Beatriz Alvarado, Sales and Chartering Director, Mr. Roi Gómez, Procurement Manager and Ms. Yajaira Giralde ..read more
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Express Global Logistics linking India and Brazil by navigating multimodal freight with finesse
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3w ago
Express Global Logistics Pvt. Ltd (EXG), member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in India, managed the multimodal transportation of four lots of shipments from India to Brazil as part of a hydro project in India. This extensive journey encompassed a total distance of 500 km by road and several days of voyage by sea, culminating at the final destination. The cargo was divided into four lots, including both general cargo, over-dimensional cargo, and 8 breakbulk pieces. Each container was transported using high bed trailers, while the breakbulk pieces, measuring 6 x 6 x 1.5 meters and w ..read more
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JSL Global handled a challenging shipment of 2551 CBM excavators and construction equipment
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3w ago
JSL Global, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Qatar, through their Project division handled the transportation of 28 excavators and construction equipment ex Hamad port, Qatar. The greatest challenge was the specific port delivery. Most of container vessel operators declined to handle the shipment due to port capacity for the 4.94 meter cargo width. Track length restrictions and moving all of the construction equipment in one single lot created a challenge considering customs restriction at the receiving port. JSL arranged pre survey, cargo loading, lashing and securing, po ..read more
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Tunnel boring machines and new heavylift equipment for Royal Cargo
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Royal Cargo Inc., member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for the Philippines, accomplished an impressive engineering feat by delivering enormous tunnel boring machines (TBM), also known as “moles,” used in excavating tunnels for the Metro Manila Subway project in the Philippines. A shipment of heavy machinery arrived at Manila Harbour Centre Port. The cargo was mobilized and transported to the Camp Aguinaldo Station the following day. Eng. Lawrence Esteban, the Project Manager and Head of Transport emphasized: “Every project move is unique and requires meticulous planning and execut ..read more
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Multimodal movement of ODCs heavy lifts for a petrochemical refinery in East India
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Total Movements, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in India, arranged for the coastal shipping and road transportation of two Crystallizers and a Dehydration Tower from the load ports on the West Coast of India up to the refinery site in eastern India. Receiving the cargo at the designated load ports on the Western Coast, coastal shipping up to the discharge port on the eastern coast, discharging the cargo onto the hydraulic axle trailer combinations and road transportation to the refinery demanded the skills of Total Movements project experts for the complete scope. The key hi ..read more
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WWPC and Priority Cargo Network members met in Rotterdam
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by Maarit Karau
1M ago
“Networking is a Peoples´ Business”, says Wolfgang Karau, Director of Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), Priority Cargo Network and Quality Cargo Networks. Quality Cargo Networks organized a networking reception event for the third time bringing WWPC and Priority Cargo Network members together to spend time in a relaxed atmosphere. Wolfgang Karau says: “These face to face events strengthen relationships and contribute to explore new opportunities. It was great to see our members reuniting and enjoying time with each other”. The networking reception was supported by Quality Cargo Networks and ..read more
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WWPC members from UK and Germany teaming up
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The Project Forwarding division in Sheffield of Denholm Good Logistics (DGL), member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for the United Kingdom, teamed up with fellow WWPC member LS Cargo Logistics from Germany to commonly managing a specialist out-of-gauge project. This latest project was the collection, loading, securing and movement to quay for an Oil Cooling Equipment, which was being exported to Sweden. For the first leg of its journey, this specialist equipment had to travel from its load point in Lincoln to the loading depot in Southampton, the planning for which had to be meticu ..read more
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Windmill towers and transformers for Greece
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2M ago
Cosmatos Shipping Services, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Greece, recently completed the deliveries of windmill towers, transformers parts and their accessories at Thessaloniki Port. A total of 45 windmill towers, two transformers and 32 packages with accessories arrived by ocean vessel and required safe and on time discharging. The windmill towers had dimensions as below: 9 pcs: 27.1×4.4×4.6 m, 49 t 9 pcs: 28.5×4.4×4.6 m, 65 t 9 pcs: 22.9×4.4×4.6 m, 74 t 9 pcs: 17.8×4.4×4.6 m, 83 t 9 pcs: 13×4.8×5 m, 91 t Transformers had dimensions as below: 1 pc: 8.5×3.5×3.8 m, 110 t ..read more
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