Multi Cyclone Gas Filter Vessels from UAE to Russia
Transportation of four 56,000 Kgs Multi Cyclone Gas Filter Vessels from UAE to Russia
Jebel Ali to Antwerp (Sea Freight), St. Petersburg to Ust Luga (Road Freight)
The original shipment plan was to transport all four of the huge 970 x 260 x 450cm / 56,000 kgs cyclone gas filters together in a single shipment, but production issues at the client’s plant in Jebal Ali forced the cargo to be distributed as two separate assignments. The production delays put additional pressure on what was already a tight shipment timeframe. But our team here at Allseas were ready for the challenge.
We acted quickly to define a revised split-shipment plan, which included road and sea freight for a complete end-to-end and multi-route delivery.
The project involved complex route planning which included allowances for potential changes due to severe weather conditions in February where paths of ice can be formed in parts of Russia blocking the route ahead.
Our planning also incorporated significant road planning, a move which could only be transported overnight due to its sheer size and scale. Complex documentation was also required including a provision for translations for customs clearance across several countries.
Our Managing Director, Darren Wright along with Project Development Manager, Jamie Slater were both on site at Jebel Ali and Antwerp ports to oversee the full loading and shipment process, ensuring a smooth project delivery from start to finish within a 38-day total timeframe.
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