Posts Tagged: Project Cargo

Logistics Plus Europe Delivers Bioreactors to Belgium

The Logistics Plus Europe team completed the successful delivery of four bioreactors for the Steelanol project of ArcelorMittal in Gent, Belgium. The four bioreactors each measured 34.2 x 8.34 x 7.85 meters and weighed 218 metric tons. In December, the bioreactors were loaded to a barge in Nanjing, China, for their transport to Shanghai. Upon… Read more »

Logistics Plus Saudi Arabia Completes Boiler Tube Project

The Logistics Plus Saudi Arabia team recently arranged the transport of 80 tons of boiler tubes from Germany to Jeddah airport on a door-to-door basis. The client is one of the largest independent, family-owned group of companies in the Gulf region with business activities across the world. They are a renowned name in the Middle… Read more »

A 21st Century Project Cargo Management Company

As a 21st Century Logistics Company™, Logistics Plus has built a worldwide reputation over the past 25 years as a safe, reliable partner for heavy-lift, break bulk, and project cargo logistics.  It’s just one of our many supply chain specialties.  So, we are again showcasing our project cargo expertise in the January-February 2021 issue of… Read more »

Recent Cargo Projects Managed by Logistics Plus Turkey

Project cargo requires precise engineering and planning for the safe transportation of over-sized and over-dimensional cargo. This was especially the case over the last month as the Logistics Plus Turkey team completed deliveries of 14 transformers to the Middle East, two locomotives to Finland, and a full charter to Egypt. Bahadir Erdil, Global Projects Director… Read more »

Logistics Plus Europe Completes Year-End Projects

The Logistics Plus Europe project cargo team is finishing 2020 off on a high note. In the last few months, our team in Europe has managed a variety of projects including the delivery of steel components to a distillery, a full charter shipment of windmill equipment, and much more. These recent projects are detailed below…. Read more »

Logistics Plus Assists With Siemens Mobility Project

The Logistics Plus Europe Project Cargo team is proud to announce that they have been nominated as the project logistics solution provider for the Siemens Mobility Desiro HC project to Israel. Over the past several months, our project engineering team worked hard to find the most efficient loading solution for Siemens railways. As a result, our… Read more »

Logistics Plus Delivers 4 LNG Cargo Tanks to Wisconsin

The Logistics Plus Europe Project Cargo team successfully delivered four liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo tanks from Shanghai, China to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Combined, the four gas tanks have a total volume of 15,472 freight tons. The tanks are assigned for installation in the largest LNG bunker barge under construction in the United States. “The… Read more »

Logistics Plus Delivers for the Largest LNG Powered Container Vessel

The biggest news of last month in the maritime community was the CMA CGM Jacques Saade joining CMA CGM’s fleet on September 23. The Jacques Saade is a 23,000 TEU container vessel that is the largest liquified natural gas (LNG) powered container ship in the world. Logistics Plus is proud to have played a role… Read more »

Frederik Geirnaert Speaks at the Project Cargo Summit 2020

On September 23rd and 24th, Project Cargo Journal held its annual Project Cargo Summit as an online event. Logistics Plus Global Project Manager Frederik Geirnaert was featured as a speaker for the event (at the 1:23:05 mark of this YouTube video also included below) to discuss the way he supervised the transport of three massive… Read more »

Out of Quarantine: Business as Usual for Frederik Geirnaert

In case you missed it, Global Project Manager Frederik Geirnaert recently shared his detailed story of life in quarantine. Frederik was required to be on a project site in Shanghai in August. Here is Frederik’s follow up after finishing his mandatory quarantine… Friday, August 28: Business as Usual Yes, you noticed. I skipped a day…. Read more »