F. H. Bertling Logistics transports cargo for Turkish Petrochemical Plant

The Hamburg-based transportation and logistics company, F. H. Bertling Logistics, has handled the shipment of approximately 55 different pieces of cargo, destined for a Petrochemical Plant Project in Turkey.

The various pieces of equipment were shipped from Hamburg in Germany, and Antwerp in Belgium, with Bertling chartering departments in Hamburg, Spain and Turkey providing support. Different cargo elements include an expander, a steam turbine, as well as spare parts.

The steam turbine alone weighed 203 metric tonnes, with imposing dimensions of 8.33 metres, by 6.450 metres by 6.400 metres. The expander weighs 109 tonnes and has dimensions of 8.30 metres by 4.470 metres by 4.720 metres. F. H. Bertling Logistics’ statement of work (SOW) included chartering the vessel, lashing, securing, dunnage, and welding (LSDW), loading and unloading the cargo, as well as issuing all shipping documentation.

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Author: Emma Dailey

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