Hansa Meyer Global concludes project cargo delivery for Sinton steel plant

Hansa Meyer Global concludes project cargo delivery for Sinton plant

German logistics services provider, Hansa Meyer Global has completed its final shipment of project cargo from South Korea to Sinton, Texas. 

The facility being built by Steel Dynamics. Due to the excessive heavy rains in Texas, actual steel production from the facility will be delayed and is now planned to start mid fourth quarter 2021, SDI noted in its latest financial report.

Based on current plans, shipments from Sinton could be in the range of 100,000 tons during the remainder of 2021 and between 2.2 million tons to 2.4 million tons in 2022.

Hansa Meyer Global’s noted that the final delivery included a transhioment at the port of Corpus Christi in Texas. The project cargo was subsequently delivered to the site.

The load included units weighing up to 140 tonnes, Hansa Meyer Global noted in its brief statement through the social media channels.

With the project nearing finalisation, the logistics specialist is now turning its sights towards planning and organising the project cargo deliveries for the Nucor Corp’s $1.7 billion steel plant in Brandenburg, USA.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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