TGI completes fast-paced project cargo delivery to Fiji
Moving project cargo for the offshore industry can be a daunting task, especially if the deadlines are tight and require more than just arranging the transport of a single unit. TGI Cargo, a privately-owned Australian project freight forwarder was recently tasked with not only moving project cargo but also disassembly, removal and delivery.
The company noted that the fast-paced offshore project required swift planning, as is included the disassembly, removal and delivery of a complete power station from Bremerhaven, Germany to Suva, Fiji.Cargo included four 90-tonne generators and four x 45-tonne alternators. The company turned to Antonov Airlines to expedite the job with its specialist fleet of freighters.
TGI Cargo organised transport to the site which required specialised lifting equipment, a gantry rail system and a multi-axle truck within New Zealand.
To ensure this project was completed within a strict time frame, TGI Cargo director Peter Townley was on-site in Suva for the entire job, advising and coordinating the move. The project was completed three days ahead of schedule.