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InterMax Logistics Solution, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Taiwan, managed an urgent delivery of oversized marine spare parts for a shore power test device, including a diesel generator and boost substation with dimensions of: Generator: 4.95 x 2.35 x 2.75 m
Boost substation 4.75 x 2.5 x 2.92 m
Departure place was Ningbo, China and the destination was Singapore.
It was a challenging process due to shortage of equipment and space onboard vessels and pressing deadline. A spokesperson for the company said: “We finished booking, requesting and allocating of special equipment (40’RF) in two days. When the cargo was sent to the warehouse, we discovered the packaging was not waterproof nor moisture proof. After negotiation and authorization by the customer, we purchased tarpaulins and its reinforcement parts and successfully completed the packaging and reinforcement of the whole cargo. It was also discovered there was a battery on the generator which was not informed previously, and we urgently had to remove the battery.
The terminal lifting crane was broken when the container arrived at the port but was repaired after our coordination. The container arrived late since the crane was broken and time was wasted. We have dealt with customs for speeding up the process to catch loading time. The generator and boost substation were successfully loaded on board and shipped out.”