F.H. Bertling Logistics moves OOG cargo from Japan to Turkiye
F.H. Bertling Logistics’ in-house engineering and technical teams have worked hand in hand with the company’s units in Spain and Turkiye to complete a shipment for a petrochemical plant. The OOG cargo was shipped from Kobe, Japan to Mersin in Turkiye.
The shipment comprised 39 pieces in total with the heaviest cargo, a dryer shell, weighing 355 tons and measuring 34 by 6.2 by 6.4 metres.
F.H. Berling Logistics scope of work included chartering of the vessel as well as lashing, securing, dunnage and welding, loading and unloading at origin as well as at the destination. The scope of work also included third-party marine surveying, issuing of MS/RA, attending loading as well as unloading, issuing all shipping documentation as well as monitoring of the shipment to the final destination.