Posts Tagged: Belgium

Examples of Project Cargo Managed to Kick Off 2019

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team has been busy in the beginning months of 2019. In January and February, and as outlined below, we have managed a variety of projects, including the successful deliveries of windmills, substations, storage tanks, and more (photos included in the video below). LP Germany loaded 8 tank arms (30m long and 55… Read more »

Examples of Project Cargo Managed in Oct./Nov./Dec. 2018

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team has been busy in the final months of 2018. In October, November, and December, and as outlined below, we have managed a variety of projects, including the successful deliveries of windmills, transformers, storage tanks, and more (photos included in the video below). LP Mexico and Turkey helped deliver a combined cycle… Read more »

100th Anniversary of Armistice Day

November 11th, 2018: 100th anniversary of Armistice Day 100 years ago on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the armistice was signed in Compiegne that marked the end of the “Great War”. The armistice stopped the madness of the first world war that saw up to 15 million people, originating from… Read more »

LP Belgium Employee Celebrates 25 Years

On November 6th, the Logistics Plus Belgium team held a special dinner party in honor of long-time employee Hilde Van De Woestyne. In 1993, Hilde joined Ivo Van Mechelen at what was then called Cantabrico Belgium, to “help out with a little bit of this and that.” Helping with “this and that” quickly turned into doing… Read more »

Wind Turbine Generators to Antwerp, Belgium

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The Logistics Plus Project Cargo division has been handling these wind turbine generators (5,70 x 5,70 x 2,85m, 30mt) for years and years, but we had 8 of them arriving in Antwerp, Belgium on a break bulk vessel last week and 4 more as break bulk on a container vessel over the weekend. So what… Read more »

Examples of Project Cargo Managed in June 2018

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team has been busy this month. So far in June, and as outlined below, we have managed a variety of projects, including the successful deliveries of windmills, locomotives, and sailboats (photos included in the video below). LP Houston safely loaded a mud pump (38 tons) from Oklahoma to Tunisia. LP Turkey… Read more »

Windmill Towers and Generators Safely Discharged in the Netherlands

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The Logistics Plus Belgium and Logistics Plus Turkey offices worked hard together to ship a near-full charter vessel of 10 complete windmill sets (40 sections of windmill towers and 5 windmill generators) from Izmir, Turkey to Harlingen, Netherlands. This time-lapse video has been condensed to show most of the discharge procedure in Harlingen, but at… Read more »

Video: Logistics Plus Safely Discharges Six Windmill Blades

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Thank you to Frederik Geirnaert from the Logistics Plus Project Cargo Division for sharing another cool, fast-motion (x8) video of a recent project handled by LP Belgium Team. Here are some quick details regarding this cargo: Cargo: 6 windmill blades Dims: 49.6m long, 3.6m wide, 2.9m high, 10mt each Port: discharged from mother vessel in Antwerp,… Read more »

Logistics Plus Project Cargo Video: Cryogenic Gas Tank Shipment

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As previously reported and promised, here is an awesome new video from the Logistics Plus Project Cargo team. This video showcases yet another successful project cargo movement coordinated jointly by the LP Turkey and LP Belgium offices. For this project, Logistics Plus safely loaded a 24.2m X 5.70m  X 6.00m 105-ton cryogenic gas tank for transit from Turkey… Read more »

Video: Flipping Two Parts of a Large Proton Therapy Systems

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This cool video shows an operation by the Logistics Plus Belgium team in Antwerp. We have been involved in a larger project involving the transport and delivery of two large (7 x 4 x 4 meter, 29 metric ton) proton therapy systems to a hospital in Manchester. Since there would be no space to reposition this… Read more »