Road transport

Roll-Lift and ATCO deliver engines in Aruba for Martin Bencher Group

PRESS RELEASE – Roll-Lift USA and ATCO have moved six Wärtsilä engines in Aruba for freight forwarder Martin Bencher group.

Martin Bencher Group arranged the overall planning and shipping of the engines from the USA to Aruba, while Roll-Lift and ATCO moved the engines from the port in Aruba to their final destination on the island.

Roll-Lift teamed up with ATCO to ensure it obtained necessary permits and followed all regulations. The transport company utilized two SMPT’s with 10 axle lines and a purpose-built 600-tonne slide system to move the six engines, each weighing 298 tonnes. The slide system was designed and built by Roll-Lift itself.

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Road transport

Roll-Lift and ATCO deliver engines in Aruba for Martin Bencher Group

PRESS RELEASE – Roll-Lift USA and ATCO have moved six Wärtsilä engines in Aruba for freight forwarder Martin Bencher group.

Martin Bencher Group arranged the overall planning and shipping of the engines from the USA to Aruba, while Roll-Lift and ATCO moved the engines from the port in Aruba to their final destination on the island.

Roll-Lift teamed up with ATCO to ensure it obtained necessary permits and followed all regulations. The transport company utilized two SMPT’s with 10 axle lines and a purpose-built 600-tonne slide system to move the six engines, each weighing 298 tonnes. The slide system was designed and built by Roll-Lift itself.

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