Juice chambers take a trip across Poland

Juice chambers take a trip across Poland

Photo: Kuehne+Nagel

The Kuehne+Nagel Project Logistics team was tasked with transporting four juice chambers for the Polish industrial equipment manufacturer Świdnicka Fabryka Urządzeń Przemysłowych (SFUP). The project cargo, weighing 95 metric tons in total, was collected in Świdnica, Poland, and safely moved to its destination in Opalenica, Poland.

To ensure safe and efficient implementation, the Kuehne+Nagel Project Logistics team provided technical support and expertise on road transportation requirements to all project parties involved.

The scope of work included route surveys and swept path analysis, selection of trucks according to the technical requirements of the cargo and transportation. Kuehne+Nagel also ensured systematic HSE management with the customer and sub-contractors before finally completing the road transport to the destination.

Kuehne+Nagel’s engineering team developed a detour for the optimal route based on the cargo requirements. It was necessary to do so as the width and height of the loads exceeded standard sizes. To ensure the safe transportation of the project cargo, a specially marked convoy was used, accompanied by pilots who directly supervised the movement and ensured the safety of other vehicles on the road during night-time. The transportation was executed smoothly, thanks to the excellent cooperation and thorough planning with all the stakeholders involved. As a result, the project cargo was delivered safely to its destination in Opalenica.

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Juice chambers take a trip across Poland

Juice chambers take a trip across Poland

Photo: Kuehne+Nagel

The Kuehne+Nagel Project Logistics team was tasked with transporting four juice chambers for the Polish industrial equipment manufacturer Świdnicka Fabryka Urządzeń Przemysłowych (SFUP). The project cargo, weighing 95 metric tons in total, was collected in Świdnica, Poland, and safely moved to its destination in Opalenica, Poland.

To ensure safe and efficient implementation, the Kuehne+Nagel Project Logistics team provided technical support and expertise on road transportation requirements to all project parties involved.

The scope of work included route surveys and swept path analysis, selection of trucks according to the technical requirements of the cargo and transportation. Kuehne+Nagel also ensured systematic HSE management with the customer and sub-contractors before finally completing the road transport to the destination.

Kuehne+Nagel’s engineering team developed a detour for the optimal route based on the cargo requirements. It was necessary to do so as the width and height of the loads exceeded standard sizes. To ensure the safe transportation of the project cargo, a specially marked convoy was used, accompanied by pilots who directly supervised the movement and ensured the safety of other vehicles on the road during night-time. The transportation was executed smoothly, thanks to the excellent cooperation and thorough planning with all the stakeholders involved. As a result, the project cargo was delivered safely to its destination in Opalenica.

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