Joh. C. Henschen also signed a new control agreement to unload shipments from Cuxhaven port which consists of Eolic parts weighing between 35 and 43 tons each
Joh. C. Henschen, the oldest Freight Forwarder in Germany and Conqueror member in Bremen, shipped five wind farm flanges from Antwerp, Belgium, to the plant in Roermond, Holland. It was a challenging project since the cargo had a diameter of 635 cm with a height of 80 cm.
Additionally, since February, Joh. C. Henschen has obtained a contract to control the unloading of several parts for a wind power generation project from ships at the Cuxhaven Port. All these parts weigh between 35 -43 tons each.
“Successful handling of this complex shipment has indeed provided the much-needed impetus to our team and we couldn’t have been more excited about the result,” says Thomas P. Henschen, General Manager of Joh. C. Henschen.
In the past months, CQR Bremen was also in charge of shipping a road construction machine with a volume of 649 x 300 x 390 cm from Port of Emden to Veracruz. They also hauled a locomotive for underground mining with a volume of 1051 x 200 x 240 cm and a weight of 54.1 ton from Diepholz, Germany, to Zarate, Argentina. Moreover, they transported a plastic injection molding machine weighing 59.8 tons, from Kottingbrunn, Austria to Dunlap, Tennessee in the US.
Congratulations to Joh. C. Henschen and wishing them the very best for their future projects!
Conqueror member in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, successfully moves a shipment from Jeddah to Montreal, Canada
Global Union Alliance Company, our member in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, has recently moved a shipment from Jeddah to Montreal. The company was in charge of each and every aspect of the cargo starting from loading on trailer, lashing, packing to carpenter job and customs clearance.
“We fully understand the fact that each client has specific needs, and our flexibility allows us to tailor a solution to meet those precise needs. Our team carefully inspected every phase of this shipment and we were also in charge of customs clearance andthe purchase of packing and crating materials,” says Mr. Hareb Shaikh, Commercial Manager of Global Union Alliance Company.
Congratulations to Conqueror Jeddah!
This bulk shipment was moved from Shanghai all the way to Baku, Azerbaijan
Farasoobar Int’l Forwarder & Transport Co. – our member in Tehran and Bandar Abbas, Iran – has recently moved a project cargo which comprised of 257 units of trucks and related equipment. The total weight of the cargo was a whopping 1157 tons and the volume of the cargo was 5270 CBM. The freight which was loaded at the Port of Shanghai was carried all the way to Bandar Abbas from where it was transported by road to its final destination in Baku, Azerbaijan.
“We are proud to have successfully concluded this important project for our VIP customer- the State Agency of Azerbaijan Automobile Roads. The process of loading, unloading, stuffing and securing all the 257 differently sized units had indeed been a challenging task which was proficiently performed by the experts of our team,” says Ms. Marina Avakian, General Manager of Farasoobar Int’l.
Congratulations to CQR Tehran/Bandar Abbas for successfully handling this complex shipment!
CQR Bangkok was recommended for this huge moving project by CQR Riga & Klaipeda
In March 2018, TAC carried out the smooth transportation of a huge and heavy machine which consisted of a long conveyor and large roller conveyor belts named ‘three roll calendar line’. The shipment was moved from the shippers factory in Croatia to the final destination in Thailand by making use of 7 containers consisting of 1×20’OP(IG), 3×40’OP(IG), and 3X40’FR (OOG). In order to prevent damage to the shipment while moving, it was thoroughly packed which ensured that the machine reached its destination without a single scratch.
In the words of Chanchai Tuwatnawanit, Seafreight Managing Director of Trans Air Cargo, “It was Ms. Maria Zhilyaeva from Conqueror Latvia who recommended our team to the client. We are extremely happy after the successful completion of this big moving project within a limited time among heavy snowfall and traffic congestion.” Mr. Tuwatnawanit has further added that “This project boosted the confidence of the entire TAC team who performed their task with dedication to ensure the successful delivery of this challenging shipment.