Eleven Danir 19 moves OOG autoclaves to Uzbekistan

Eleven Danir 19 moves OOG autoclaves to Uzbekistan

Multimodal approach is at the core of almost every project cargo movement. Recently, the project cargo services provider, Eleven Danir 19 used four different modes of transport to move two autoclaves from Germany to Uzbekistan. 

The company’s offices in Germany, Latvia, Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan joined forces to develop a tailor made logistics solution for the transportation of the two out-of-gauge units. Each unit has an overall length of 45 metres and a weight of 87 tons with a 3.6-metre diameter. The two units will be deployed by an undisclosed client in the Uzbekistan’s industrial sector.

In order to deliver the units, Eleven Danir 19 developed a solution that required four modes of transport. Sections of the transport were completed by truck, rail, while others were completed on a barge or a ship. Each section of the transport also brought its own specific challenges.

Additionally, the company faced issues when it came to transporting and organising heavy lift operations that were required during the transshipment of cargo. Eleven Danir 19 noted a total of five cargo transshipments have been completed throughout the project.

Eleven Danir 19 is a joint venture created by Eleven and Danir19, a long-standing partners in the project cargo and general logistics sectors. The two companies have expanded their services on CIS, Russia and Central Asia routes.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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Eleven Danir 19 moves OOG autoclaves to Uzbekistan

Eleven Danir 19 moves OOG autoclaves to Uzbekistan

Multimodal approach is at the core of almost every project cargo movement. Recently, the project cargo services provider, Eleven Danir 19 used four different modes of transport to move two autoclaves from Germany to Uzbekistan. 

The company’s offices in Germany, Latvia, Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan joined forces to develop a tailor made logistics solution for the transportation of the two out-of-gauge units. Each unit has an overall length of 45 metres and a weight of 87 tons with a 3.6-metre diameter. The two units will be deployed by an undisclosed client in the Uzbekistan’s industrial sector.

In order to deliver the units, Eleven Danir 19 developed a solution that required four modes of transport. Sections of the transport were completed by truck, rail, while others were completed on a barge or a ship. Each section of the transport also brought its own specific challenges.

Additionally, the company faced issues when it came to transporting and organising heavy lift operations that were required during the transshipment of cargo. Eleven Danir 19 noted a total of five cargo transshipments have been completed throughout the project.

Eleven Danir 19 is a joint venture created by Eleven and Danir19, a long-standing partners in the project cargo and general logistics sectors. The two companies have expanded their services on CIS, Russia and Central Asia routes.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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