Van der Vlist transport silos from Greece to Germany

Van der Vlist transport silos from Greece to Germany

Photo: Van der Vlist

A Dutch logistics services provider, Van der Vlist has recently been hired to handle the transport of statistic cargo from Greece to Germany. The company was entrusted with the transport of huge silos across the distance. 

While Van der Vlist is known for transporting self-propelled loads, static cargoes are also part of the job. The silos transported from Greece to Germany were 15 metres long with a 4.25 metre diameter and a weight of 12 tonnes, each.

The company is leveraging its network of partners across the globe, making transportation of high and heavy equipment possible. It has also recently opened a new Technical Logistics facility in Zeebrugge. This is the second facility in the area for Van der Vlist and has been developed over the last two years to provide extra capacity for the assembly and modification of agricultural and construction equipment.

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Van der Vlist transport silos from Greece to Germany

Van der Vlist transport silos from Greece to Germany

Photo: Van der Vlist

A Dutch logistics services provider, Van der Vlist has recently been hired to handle the transport of statistic cargo from Greece to Germany. The company was entrusted with the transport of huge silos across the distance. 

While Van der Vlist is known for transporting self-propelled loads, static cargoes are also part of the job. The silos transported from Greece to Germany were 15 metres long with a 4.25 metre diameter and a weight of 12 tonnes, each.

The company is leveraging its network of partners across the globe, making transportation of high and heavy equipment possible. It has also recently opened a new Technical Logistics facility in Zeebrugge. This is the second facility in the area for Van der Vlist and has been developed over the last two years to provide extra capacity for the assembly and modification of agricultural and construction equipment.

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