Combi Lift ships project cargo to Japan on ONE's containership

Combi Lift ships project cargo to Japan on ONE’s containership

German heavy lift and logistics expert Combi Lift recently delivered a Robel track renewal train from Hamburg, Germany, to Kobe, Japan. The company’s newly founded Forwarding Solutions Division leveraged ONE’s liner services to move the cargo from Germany to Japan. 

The Romill rail treatment system consists of two parts, weighs 105 t in total and is 31 m long. The cargo was loaded safely on board the container vessel ONE Orpheus at the port of Hamburg.

Combi Lift ships project cargo to Japan on ONE's containership
Photo source: Combi Lift

Combi Lift’s Forwarding Solutions Division kicked off operations on October 1. The unit will consist of three specialists in the non-containerised cargo (NCC) segment. These include pieces and goods that can be transported both with and without the use of special equipment.

“Our logistics offering primarily targets international customers in the machine building industry and plant construction sector, but we basically transport everything that fits or does not fit into a standard container – by ship, road or rail”, Matthias Gross, general manager, Forwarding Solutions Division, explained.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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Combi Lift ships project cargo to Japan on ONE's containership

Combi Lift ships project cargo to Japan on ONE’s containership

German heavy lift and logistics expert Combi Lift recently delivered a Robel track renewal train from Hamburg, Germany, to Kobe, Japan. The company’s newly founded Forwarding Solutions Division leveraged ONE’s liner services to move the cargo from Germany to Japan. 

The Romill rail treatment system consists of two parts, weighs 105 t in total and is 31 m long. The cargo was loaded safely on board the container vessel ONE Orpheus at the port of Hamburg.

Combi Lift ships project cargo to Japan on ONE's containership
Photo source: Combi Lift

Combi Lift’s Forwarding Solutions Division kicked off operations on October 1. The unit will consist of three specialists in the non-containerised cargo (NCC) segment. These include pieces and goods that can be transported both with and without the use of special equipment.

“Our logistics offering primarily targets international customers in the machine building industry and plant construction sector, but we basically transport everything that fits or does not fit into a standard container – by ship, road or rail”, Matthias Gross, general manager, Forwarding Solutions Division, explained.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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