Logistics Plus Poland March 2024 Projects

Logistics Plus Poland March 2024 Projects

LP Poland LogoThe Logistics Plus (LP) Poland team continues to support and manage projects across Poland and nearby countries. Here are the most recent projects handled by LP Poland in March 2024.

1) MR Skid

An MR skid measuring 6.75 x 3.96 x 4.15m was transported from Gdańsk, Poland, to Luttelgeest, Netherlands. In addition to the skid, a filling station, export module, bog module, and bog pre-heater were also successfully delivered.

2) Vans & Ambulances

Logistics Plus Poland successfully arranged the transportation of 20 vans and ambulances from the United States to Kyiv, Ukraine.

3) Machines & Tools

LP Poland delivered machines and tools for working on hot glass. The cargo was transported from Haryana, India, to Kyiv, Ukraine.

4) Chloroform

The Logistics Plus Poland team successfully transported chloroform IMO from China to Ukraine.

5) Steel Reels

The LP Poland team continued to deliver steel reels (500L x 215W x 380H cm) from Rogowiec, Poland, to Gdańsk, Poland.

Photos from these projects can be seen below. To learn more about Logistics Plus Poland, please visit pl.logisticsplus.com.

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LP Aero Completes Charter Project

LP Aero Completes Charter Project

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The Logistics Plus (LP) Aero team completed an air charter project from the U.S. (Chicago and New York) to Tel Aviv, Israel. The cargo was 164 computer cabinets (built for servers) with a total payload of 56,000 kilograms.

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The Logistics Plus team handled the trucking from the client’s facilities to a Logistics Plus warehouse where the cargo was crated for airfreight. The cargo was then transported from the warehouse to Chicago (ORD) and New York (JFK) airports, where it was loaded onto a B747F aircraft for the charter flight to Tel Aviv. Upon arrival, Logistics Plus transported the cargo to the consignee’s facilities.

The project was successfully completed in accordance with the client’s timeline. LP Aero’s Global Director of Air Chartering, Andriy Blagovisniy, commented on this project, “This charter was a great example of the efficient teamwork of LP offices in the US and UK. No matter how complex the project, our teams are committed to finding the best solution tailored to the needs of our customers.”

Photos from this project can be seen below. To learn more about Logistics Plus Air Charter solutions, please visit logisticsplus.com/lpaero.

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Logistics Plus Poland February 2024 Projects

Logistics Plus Poland February 2024 Projects

LP Poland LogoThe Logistics Plus (LP) Poland team continues to support and manage projects across Poland and nearby countries. Here are the most recent projects handled by LP Poland in February 2024.

1) Compressor & Box

Just like the last few months, the LP Poland team handled the loading of a compressor and oversized boxes at the Baltic Hub. The boxes measured 5050 mm long, 4020 mm wide, and 3800 mm tall. The compressor weighed 18,788 kg.

2) 3D Electric Offshore Crane

The Logistics Plus Poland team delivered another 3D fully-electric offshore crane to the shipyard in Norway. The 20-meter boom was transported in heavy winter conditions, making this project a challenge.

3) Breakbulk Crate & Containers

LP Poland transported four breakbulk crates and three containers containing mechanical presses and accessories from Busan, Korea, to Łysomice, Poland.

Photos from these projects can be seen below. To learn more about Logistics Plus Poland, please visit pl.logisticsplus.com.

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Logistics Plus COO Yuriy Ostapyak Shares Inside Story of Ukraine Pipe Delivery

Logistics Plus COO Yuriy Ostapyak Shares Inside Story of Ukraine Pipe Delivery

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One of 1,000 truckloads of pipe for Naftogaz delivered in a global operation carried out by Pennsylvania-based Logistics Plus and Vorex USA. (Company photo)

In a recent interview with Ukraine Rebuild Newswire, a news site founded by respected foreign correspondent Adam Brown, Logistics Plus COO Yuriy Ostapyak shares details of a complicated, sometimes dangerous mission to deliver four shiploads of pipe from Asia to Ukraine.

The joint operation between Logis-ukraines-port-of-chornotics Plus and Vorex, LLC, an American oil and gas equipment supplier that won the contract to supply the pipe to Ukrainian state gas producer Naftogaz, entailed $100 million worth of gas pipes, delivering $100 million worth of gas pipes, weighing over 22-thousand tons, to hundreds of sites in Ukraine in a complex effort that involved filling and then offloading four break bulk ships onto 1,000 trucks to avoid anti-ship mines and missile attacks. The entire project took 14 months to order, fabricate, and prepare, then eight months to deliver.

“It’s hard to think of a more complex operation from all my years in the business,” said Fedor Zakusilo, the Ukrainian-American founder and president of Vorex USA, who started out in the oilfield supply business in 2000. “At times, the staff was pushing it dangerously hard, and we had to rein them in – people were actually unloading pipe while a factory just across the road was exploding from a Russian attack. The dedication to getting the job done was off the charts.”

“Everyone was quite on edge throughout this operation,” said Chief Operating Officer Yuiry Ostapyak, a Ukrainian-American who, at 39 years of age, has worked for 20 years for the Erie, Pennsylvania-based Logistics Plus. “This was definitely one of the biggest logistics challenges we have seen – it’s one that a lot of companies would have shied away from.”

“I think the future in logistics will go to the companies that learn to find a way to say ‘yes’ quicker, even as circumstances get more and more difficult,” Ostapyak said. “When the war broke out, many Western companies were running away. We were running toward Ukraine, to help. That attitude will become increasingly essential in the future.”

You can read the entire story online at https://www.ukrainerebuildnews.com/urn-behind-the-scenes-logistics-plus-describes-the-delivery-of-100-million-worth-of-gas-pipe-from-china-to-war-time-ukraine/.

About Ukraine Rebuild Newswire

Ukraine Rebuild Newswire is the brainchild of Adam Brown, a foreign correspondent with 35 years of experience in Latin America, West Africa, Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia for The Associated Press and Bloomberg News. His work has appeared on the front page of virtually every major newspaper in the world and he has appeared on CNN, BBC, ABC, CBS and elsewhere from Afghanistan, Kosovo and many other wounded places.

About Vorex USA

Vorex LogoWherever there’s oil and gas, Vorex USA has the equipment and expertise you need to extract and transport it. They distribute products for more than 40 North American and European manufacturers in more than 15 countries around the world. Its goal is to provide the expertise to help you meet any technical challenge. Their products meet the industry’s highest standards and they deliver them on schedule, at the lowest cost to you. Learn more at usavorex.com.

About Logistics Plus, Inc.

Logistics Plus, Inc. (LP) is a 21st-century logistics company and a leading worldwide provider of transportation, warehousing, fulfillment, global logistics, business intelligence, technology, and supply chain solutions. LP works in the background to help businesses manage their supply chains in an ever-changing world. Founded in 1996, today LP has annual global sales of over $500M with more than 1,000 employees located in 50+ countries worldwide. LP is recognized as one of the fastest-growing privately-owned logistics companies, a top 3PL provider, a top 100 logistics company, a top freight brokerage and warehousing provider, and a great place to work. With a Passion For Excellence™, its employees put the PLUS in LOGISTICS by doing the big things properly, plus the countless little things that together ensure complete customer satisfaction and success.

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Logistics Plus Poland Completes More Projects

Logistics Plus Poland Completes More Projects

LP Poland LogoThe Logistics Plus (LP) Poland team continues to support and manage projects across Poland and nearby countries. Here are the most recent projects handled by LP Poland in December 2023 and January 2024.

1) Lysine Monohydrochloride

The Logistics Plus Poland team completed the inspection and delivery of four containers worth of lysine monohydrochloride (cat and dog food) from Poland to Lviv, Ukraine.

2) 3-D Crane

The Logistics Plus Poland team transported several elements of a 3-D crane from the Czech Republic to Norway. The main boom weighed 2100 kgs, and the king upper post weighed 2200 kgs. The Poland team also transported the cursor wheel frame to make up the all-electric 32-meter ECMC gangway. In total, the transportation dimensions were 38.5 x 3.5 x 4.7 meters, and the total weight was 80 tons.

3) Electric Vehicles

The Logistics Plus Poland team managed the reloading and delivery of a container of electric vehicles from Poland to Ukraine.

4) Gearbox & Oil System

In partnership with Logistics Plus Turkey, the Poland team organized the port handling and lashing operation of a gearbox with an oil system.

5) Steel Reels

The Logistics Plus Poland team transported 14 steel reels to the Baltic Hub and the BLG Container Terminal in Bremerhaven.

Photos from these projects can be seen below. To learn more about Logistics Plus Poland, please visit pl.logisticsplus.com.

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