Lubbers moves well service equipment from Israel to Emmen
When 515 tons of well service equipment needed to be transported from Israel to Emmen in the Netherlands, Balance Point Control (BPC) turned to the complex transport experts Lubbers Logistics Group.
Lubbers noted that BPC used the company’s services for the multimodal load-out from Israel, where it completed a job. BPC is a specialist in solving issues when oil and gas wells have production issues.
Lubbers noted that the well services equipment with a total weight of 515 tons, divided over 55 different items like containers, baskets, pumps and tanks, needed to be delivered back from Israel to BPC’s main office in Emmen in the Netherlands.
Lubbers Global Freight was in the lead of this project and together with colleagues from Lubbers Projects and Services they prepared a project plan. It was decided that the vessel could best dock in the Eemshaven port.
The charter vessel Arctic Rock sailed under agency of Amasus Agency Eemshaven/Delfzijl and docked at the Beatrix port in the Eemshaven for offloading at the Wijnne Barends terminal.
Wijnne Barends took care of the unloading operations by using one of their Liebherr 110 MT cranes and 40 MT reach-stacker. The cargo was then loaded with an efficient planning on the trailers from Lubbers Road Transport for final transport to Emmen.
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