The experts at C.H. Robinson Project Logistics recently coordinated a shipment of six large modules from a fabricator in Vietnam.
The team arranged for the collection of the shrink-wrapped units via SPMT transporters and moved the cargo to a structurally sound quay where the units could be loaded onto two deck barges.
The modules were then barged to Ho Chi Minh Port and lifted by the ship’s crane into the hold of the ocean vessel. Once the loading and securing operations were successfully completed, the vessel departed the next day destined for a major refinery project located in the South-Eastern region of Mexico.
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