Jan 15, 2018

Airland Logistics manages heavy mining equipment to Africa

Airland Logistics, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Denmark, recently managed the flow of heavy machinery and equipment for several mining projects across West Africa, utilizing a combination of chartered breakbulk vessels, RORO vessels and cargo aircraft, as per this overview:

  • Sandvik DP1500i Drill Rigs from Helsinki, Finland (1600 cbm / 330 tons)
  • Grove RT880E/22TX Cranes from Baltimore, US East Coast (855 cbm / 216 tons)
  • CAT IT62H Loaders from Baltimore, US East Coast (200 cbm / 40 tons)
  • CAT 980k Loader from Tacoma, US West Coast (115 cbm / 30 tons)
  • Service modules to suit CAT777F from Galveston, US Gulf (513 cbm / 100 tons)
  • CAT IT62H Loader from Galveston, US Gulf (100 cbm / 20 tons)
  • CAT777F from Galveston, US Gulf (570 cbm / 148 tons)
  • CAT777F from Durban, South Africa (1425 cbm / 370 tons)
  • CAT777F from Mozambique via Durban (2850 cbm / 740 tons)
  • CAT777F from Takoradi, Ghana (2850 cbm / 740 tons)
  • CAT IT62H/980K/980H/432E Loader/16M Grader from Takoradi, Ghana (1042 cbm / 290 tons)
  • Toyota vehicles from Dubai (1720 cbm / 190 tons)
  • CAT IT62H/980k Loaders/775F Dump Truck from Antwerp, Belgium (661 cbm / 160 tons)
  • Astra trucks from Genoa, Italy (220 cbm / 40 tons)
  • Liebherr Excavators from Ashdod, Israel (516 cbm / 246 tons)
  • Sandvik DE710 (55 cbm / 12 tons) from Salt Lake City, Utah to Accra, Ghana (AIRFREIGHT)

www.airlandlogistics.com
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