TanKo International transport for cement silos

TanKo International transport for cement silos

TanKo International transport for cement silos PCN

TanKo International (97), part of Uniko Global, and Project Logistics Alliance member representing Israel, transported two cement silos. These silos were constructed in Turkey, and transported to a client in Israel.

The scope of this full-service transport operation that TanKo International was responsible for involved several stages. First, the TanKo team together worked in tandem with the importer, to ensure that the two cement silos were properly stuffed and secured in Turkey, and therefore ready for shipment.

Following this, the cargo was shipped to the Port of Ashdod, Israel’s largest port in terms of cargo, located approximately 40 kilometres south of Tel Aviv. Once the cargo arrived in the port of Ashdod, it was discharged. Finally, the cement silos needed to be assembled at the destination by a port specialist arriving from Turkey.

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TanKo International transport for cement silos

TanKo International transport for cement silos

TanKo International transport for cement silos PCN

TanKo International (97), part of Uniko Global, and Project Logistics Alliance member representing Israel, transported two cement silos. These silos were constructed in Turkey, and transported to a client in Israel.

The scope of this full-service transport operation that TanKo International was responsible for involved several stages. First, the TanKo team together worked in tandem with the importer, to ensure that the two cement silos were properly stuffed and secured in Turkey, and therefore ready for shipment.

Following this, the cargo was shipped to the Port of Ashdod, Israel’s largest port in terms of cargo, located approximately 40 kilometres south of Tel Aviv. Once the cargo arrived in the port of Ashdod, it was discharged. Finally, the cement silos needed to be assembled at the destination by a port specialist arriving from Turkey.

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