ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker

ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker

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Logistics services provider, ABL Dissaco has coordinated the complex multimodal transport of a colossal 156-tonne agro-industrial rotary cooker from Bilbao, Spain, to its final destination in western North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

The colossal cargo, measuring an impressive 2,600 centimetres in length, 525 centimetres in width, and 550 centimetres in height, presented a logistical challenge due to its sheer size and weight. However, ABL Dissaco, in collaboration with its trusted Spanish partners Perez y Cia., planned and executed the transport, ensuring timely delivery.

Seamless multimodal journey

The multimodal journey began with the rotary cooker loaded onto a vessel at the Port of Bilbao. Upon arrival at the Port of Antwerp, Belgium, the massive equipment was carefully transferred from the mother vessel onto a RoRo (roll-on/roll-off) pontoon, the Royal Van der Wees’ Lastdrager 23.

ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker
Photo: ABL Dissaco

Inland waterways navigation

The RoRo pontoon provided a crucial link for the next leg of the journey. It navigated the intricate network of inland waterways, leveraging the efficient transportation capabilities offered by rivers and canals. This stage culminated in reaching a designated unloading facility situated directly on the river Rhine.

ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker
Photo: ABL Dissaco

At the unloading facility, the rotary cooker was seamlessly discharged using RoRo methods. The final leg of its journey involved road transport by truck, ensuring its safe and timely arrival at its final destination in western North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

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ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker
ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker

ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker

Photo ABL Dissaco

Logistics services provider, ABL Dissaco has coordinated the complex multimodal transport of a colossal 156-tonne agro-industrial rotary cooker from Bilbao, Spain, to its final destination in western North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

The colossal cargo, measuring an impressive 2,600 centimetres in length, 525 centimetres in width, and 550 centimetres in height, presented a logistical challenge due to its sheer size and weight. However, ABL Dissaco, in collaboration with its trusted Spanish partners Perez y Cia., planned and executed the transport, ensuring timely delivery.

Seamless multimodal journey

The multimodal journey began with the rotary cooker loaded onto a vessel at the Port of Bilbao. Upon arrival at the Port of Antwerp, Belgium, the massive equipment was carefully transferred from the mother vessel onto a RoRo (roll-on/roll-off) pontoon, the Royal Van der Wees’ Lastdrager 23.

ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker
Photo: ABL Dissaco

Inland waterways navigation

The RoRo pontoon provided a crucial link for the next leg of the journey. It navigated the intricate network of inland waterways, leveraging the efficient transportation capabilities offered by rivers and canals. This stage culminated in reaching a designated unloading facility situated directly on the river Rhine.

ABL Dissaco manages multimodal delivery of massive rotary cooker
Photo: ABL Dissaco

At the unloading facility, the rotary cooker was seamlessly discharged using RoRo methods. The final leg of its journey involved road transport by truck, ensuring its safe and timely arrival at its final destination in western North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

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