Posts Tagged: Project Cargo

Logistics Plus Saudi Arabia Delivers Boiler Tubes

The Logistics Plus (LP) Saudia Arabia team successfully delivered five open-top containers worth of boiler tubes for a large power/energy client. The boiler tubes were 11.5 meters in length, and the total tonnage of the shipment was approximately 90,000 kilograms. The tubes were picked up in Germany and delivered to a power plant in Jeddah,… Read more »

Bahadir Erdil Featured on Project Cargo Weekly

Logistics Plus Global Projects Director Bahadir Erdil was featured in a recent Project Cargo Weekly interview. Project Cargo Weekly focuses on personal interviews, a round-up of shipping news, trade intelligence, wise words, and featured photos and videos, enabling readers to get a quick, balanced, and non-biased view of the shipping world. In this interview, Bahadir… Read more »

Logistics Plus Indonesia Continues to Deliver MRI Equipment

The Logistics Plus (LP) Indonesia team continues to deliver MRI equipment and accessories for an industry-leading healthcare manufacturer. The team recently transported three MRI machines and will handle another two units by the end of this year. The ongoing project includes staging the MRI machines at our warehouse upon arrival from the factory, delivering them… Read more »

Logistics Plus Completes Steam Turbine Air Charter

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo team completed an air charter project from Brno, Czech Republic, to Karaman, Turkey. Our team handled a 72 metric ton (158,730 lbs.) steam turbine and its accessories using an AN-124 aircraft specifically designed to handle oversized cargo. The cargo was transported from Brno airport to Istanbul airport and ultimately safely… Read more »

Logistics Plus Turkey Marble, Granite, & Stone Logistics

Logistics Plus Turkey is proud to announce that they now provide full-service logistics solutions for the marble, granite, and stone industry. Transporting and storing marble, granite, and stone can be quite a hassle. Although they are sturdy materials, the correct equipment and processes must ensure the product is not damaged. Logistics Plus ensures the safety… Read more »

Logistics Plus in the Sep-Oct 2021 Issue of HLPFI Magazine

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Logistics Plus is being featured in the September/October 2021 issue of Heavy Lift and Project Forwarding International (HLPFI) magazine. Rob Silsbee, Director Of Business Development for Logistics Plus, provides comments in the “Red Hot Market Stretches Logistics Providers” article on pages 31-32. Additionally, the Logistics Plus project cargo advertisement shown below appears on page 30…. Read more »

Steel Structures Project From Factory to Port

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo team recently transported steel structures for a worldwide leading steel manufacturer. This manufacturer completes projects for thermal power plants, hydroelectric power plants, industrial plants, refineries, chemical plants, bridges, and more. The shipment Logistics Plus handled was from the client’s factory to Aliağa port in Turkey. Logistics Plus Global Projects Director Bahadir… Read more »

Recent Project Cargo & Break Bulk Examples

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo & break bulk team has shown no signs of slowing down the past several months. Over the past few months, our cargo experts have managed projects in various industries, including oil and gas, wind power, engineering, construction, and solar. We’ve transported gas tanks, generators, windmills, locomotives, transformers, and more to… Read more »

Watch This Amazing Gas Tank Project Video!

Logistics Plus and Mammoet joined forces for a recent gas tank project at a confidential location. There were a total of six gas tanks transported, each weighing 110 metric tons. In total, 3,735 freight tons were successfully delivered. Logistics Plus Global Projects Director Bahadir Erdil commented on the success of this project. “Joining forces with… Read more »

Logistics Plus Converter Project From Turkey to the U.S.

Almost a year after the initial planning began, the Logistics Plus Project Cargo team is nearly finished with their latest converter project. Logistics Plus is responsible for the door-to-river dock transportation of two converter sections from Gebze, Turkey to Kentucky. The converter sections were each ten meters high and weighed a combined total of 1,304… Read more »