EXG hauls project cargo from Gujarat to Rajasthan

EXG hauls project cargo from Gujarat to Rajasthan

Photo source: EXG/Project Cargo Network

India’s Express Global Logistics (EXG) recently completed a project cargo transport from Gujarat to Rajasthan. The mover transported two desalter vessels each weighing 248 tons, and measuring 33.65 x 4.6 x 4.85 metres. 

A desalter is processing equipment and a major component of a refinery used to remove salt and other impurities from crude oil. They were loaded at an industrial process and project engineering company in Gandhidham (Gujarat) and delivered to a petroleum refinery in Barmer (Rajasthan), covering a distance of 630 kilometres.

The heavy hauler faced a challenge at the end of the transportation, before approaching the site, as there were insufficient turning radiuses on the curved roads for the project cargo to navigate through safely. EXG arranged for civil work to be done and built a temporary approach road to overcome the problem allowing the cargo to reach its destination on time.

The movement of this cargo was ensured by the thorough due diligence including detailed route surveys conducted by EXG engineering team prior to executing any project, the company, part of the Project Cargo Network, said.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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