Transporting oversized cargo?
OIA has a dedicated team handling out-of-gauge renewable energy cargo.
A food industry technology supplier won a contract to supply a complete processing plant for a Middle Eastern potash producer. The items were being manufactured in Central Europe and needed to be transported to the final destination. The cargo included a rotary drum exceeding 120 tons in weight and 5 meters in diameter, in addition to another 369 pieces of both in-gauge and out-of-gauge (OOG) cargo.
The challenge? Loading all in-gauge pieces into containers under one bill of lading and shipping the cargo directly to the port of discharge.
More than $25,000 in transportation cost savings.