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Express Global Logistics (EXG), member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in India, was awarded a contract for the shifting of 4 x Ammonia Converter (Top Section) at one of the largest fabricators in India.
The scope included multiple shifting and complete supervision of 4 x Ammonia Converter units, each measured 20 x 5 x 5 m and weighted 280 MT (approx) each being loaded and offloaded at various job sites for 36 days.
The challenge the experts from EXG had in hand was not only the timelines to be matched, but also the weather conditions. Due to heavy rains the approach roads to the jobsite were flooded and muddy, hence obstructing vehicle movement. The team of EXG used heavy steel plates for its Goldhofer Hydraulic Axles (16 nos.) thus prioritizing safety of the personal and the cargo.
The EXG team accomplished the shifting of the 4 x units on time and with absolute safety.