Van Der Vlist delivers house modules to Eerbeek
A total of sixteen house modules have met their foundations in Eerbeek in the Netherlands. In order to reach the destination, the modules had to be moved from Estonia, with the multimodal transport handled by Van Der Vlist.
The company relied on a number of its business units, to handle all the aspects of the transport. Van Der Vlist’s logistics team arranged the maritime transport from the port of Paldiski to the the port of Rotterdam. It also devised a plan for loading and unloading of the cargo.
Thereafter, Van Der Vlist organised additional transport of six Euroliner trailers from Estonia to Eerbeek carrying spare parts for this project.
Getting modular and technical in Rotterdam
The modules were shipped in two groups of eight. In Rotterdam, they were loaded onto trucks from Van Der Vlist’s modular department. The company’s technical team then removed some parts to reduce the height, making sure that the units were ready for transport.
From Rotterdam, they drove in a convoy of four units to Eerbeek. With their measurements of 10.50 meters in length, 5.59 meters in width and 3.55 meters in height, the units were quite the sight on the road.
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