Hansa Meyer Global delivers breakbulk cargo from Bremen to New Orleans

Hansa Meyer Global delivers breakbulk cargo from Bremen to New Orleans

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Bremen-based logistics services provider, Hansa Meyer Global has recently orchestrated a shipment of breakbulk cargo from Bremen, Germany to New Orleans in the United States. The shipment, for an unnamed client will be further delivered by barge and truck up to a site in Askansas. 

To move the partial lot of 33 out-of-gauge units, Hansa Meyer Global deployed the services of a conventional liner service from Bremen to New Orleans. The liner service in question is Hugo Stinnes Schiffahrt’s SANMEX service, operated with multi-purpose vessels, connecting ports in Northern Europe and the Gulf of Mexico.

Hugo Stinnes Schiffahrt’s multipurpose fleet are fully open-hatched, fully box-shaped and double skinned vessels. The tonnage offers tween-deck and single-deck options with a capacity up to 30.000 dwt. Vessels are also equipped for sensitive, overlength and heavy lift cargo.

In New Orleans, the OOG cargo be directly discharged onto barges for transportation on the Mississippi river and Arkansas river up to Fort Smith, AR.

As from there, the oncarriage to jobsite is planned by roundtrip of 4 trailers which are rented for a couple of days.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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