Hansa Meyer ships breakbulk on Maersk container vessel

Hansa Meyer ships breakbulk on Maersk container vessel

Hansa Meyer Global Transport in Düsseldorf has recently moved one tyre with a diameter of 6.86 metres, weighing 91,5 tons from Porto Marghera, Italy to Jakarta, Indonesia.

The company has enlisted the help of a Maersk Liner service for the delivery. The tyre has been loaded as breakbulk on Maersk’s container vessel, the Maersk Horsburgh sailing from Porto Marghera to Singapore.

In Singapore, the item has been discharged at Pasir Panjang terminal using a 750-ton mobile crane directly on multi-axle hydraulic trailer and moved to Jurong Port for loading on stools on a LCT barge for shipment to Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta.

Upon arrival at Jakarta, the tyre was jacked up, loaded on multi axle hydraulic trailer and discharged from LCT barge via roll-off method and jacked down onto support stools at Jakarta wharf side.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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Hansa Meyer ships breakbulk on Maersk container vessel

Hansa Meyer ships breakbulk on Maersk container vessel

Hansa Meyer Global Transport in Düsseldorf has recently moved one tyre with a diameter of 6.86 metres, weighing 91,5 tons from Porto Marghera, Italy to Jakarta, Indonesia.

The company has enlisted the help of a Maersk Liner service for the delivery. The tyre has been loaded as breakbulk on Maersk’s container vessel, the Maersk Horsburgh sailing from Porto Marghera to Singapore.

In Singapore, the item has been discharged at Pasir Panjang terminal using a 750-ton mobile crane directly on multi-axle hydraulic trailer and moved to Jurong Port for loading on stools on a LCT barge for shipment to Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta.

Upon arrival at Jakarta, the tyre was jacked up, loaded on multi axle hydraulic trailer and discharged from LCT barge via roll-off method and jacked down onto support stools at Jakarta wharf side.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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