AAW Project Logistics ships conveyor belt to Australia

AAW Project Logistics ships conveyor belt to Australia

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AAW Project Logistics, the dedicated specialised project cargo division of AAW Global Logistics, has recently completed an OOG cargo delivery from China to Australia. The company has shipped a complete conveyor system. 

The cargo was loaded at Dalian in China and headed to Port Headland, Western Australia for final delivery to Utah Point mine site.

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A short transit basis last in / first out was a high priority for the customer and the AAW Project Logistics chartering team sourced a suitable part charter solution. The vessels arrived just days prior to all cargo being available for loading at the port of loading, ensuring the quickest arrival at the destination.

The conveyor system was made up of 18 main oversize, over mass modules, 22 x loose items & 6 x 40’ containers, the largest piece at 10.69 meters in length x 10.43 meters in width x 4.83 meters in height and 69.50 mts. The total shipment size was 5,900 FRTS shipped over two shipments.

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AAW Project Logistics ships conveyor belt to Australia

AAW Project Logistics ships conveyor belt to Australia

Photo: AAW Project Logistics

AAW Project Logistics, the dedicated specialised project cargo division of AAW Global Logistics, has recently completed an OOG cargo delivery from China to Australia. The company has shipped a complete conveyor system. 

The cargo was loaded at Dalian in China and headed to Port Headland, Western Australia for final delivery to Utah Point mine site.

AAW Project Logistics ships conveyor belt to Australia
Photo:

A short transit basis last in / first out was a high priority for the customer and the AAW Project Logistics chartering team sourced a suitable part charter solution. The vessels arrived just days prior to all cargo being available for loading at the port of loading, ensuring the quickest arrival at the destination.

The conveyor system was made up of 18 main oversize, over mass modules, 22 x loose items & 6 x 40’ containers, the largest piece at 10.69 meters in length x 10.43 meters in width x 4.83 meters in height and 69.50 mts. The total shipment size was 5,900 FRTS shipped over two shipments.

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