Posts Tagged: Breakbulk

Logistics Plus is in the May/June 2020 edition of Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International


The Logistics Plus global project cargo teams are being highlighted in the May/June 2020 edition of Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International (HLPFI) magazine. Jose Garza, managing director of Latin America, and Thanya Ramirez Mayorga, projects manager, are both mentioned in the Regional Report on Mexico & Central America, which begins on page 101. Additionally,… Read more »

Logistics Plus “Wolfpack” at Breakbulk Europe 2019

LP Wolfpack

Logistics Plus again had strong representation at this year’s Breakbulk Europe conference in Bremen, Germany. Breakbulk Events host over 15,000 specialized logisticians annually in event formats that are focused on business development, logistics transactions, new cargo connections and strategy. The events are held around the world in locations known as project cargo hubs for the… Read more »

People Make it Happen Video Contest Winner


After winning the Into the Wild photo contest at Breakbulk Europe 2017, Logistics Plus is a winner again for the People Make it Happen video contest at Breakbulk Americas 2018! Breakbulk Americas 2018 was held on October 2nd-4th in Houston, Texas. A big thank you to everyone that voted for Logistics Plus and to those who made this… Read more »

2018 Breakbulk Americas in Houston – Photographs


The 2018 Breakbulk Americas event is now over, and we’d like to thank our customers and partners that joined our Logistics Plus team for a wonderful evening at the Karbach Brewery on Tuesday, October 2nd.  We hope you enjoyed the brewerie tour, refreshments and networking (here’s a short slide show of some photographs taken at… Read more »

World’s Largest BioLNG Plant Opens in Norway (with help from LP)


As recently reported by NVG Global News, the world’s largest bioLNG plant, featuring Puregas Solutions technology, has been officially opened by Norwegian Prime Minister, Erna Solberg. The biogas upgrading and liquefaction plant was installed at the Norske Skog Skogn paper mill. The plant will convert the cleaned biogas from fishery waste and residual paper mill slurry into liquid bioLNG fuel…. 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 »

Logistics Plus Safely Delivers 200-Ton Stator from Poland to Turkey

200 TON Stator from Gdynia to Yatagan 01

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team recently completed another significant project cargo shipment. On behalf of a Fortune 500 power and energy company, and with coordination by the Logistics Plus Turkey division, we safely delivered a 200-ton stator (the stationary portion of an electric generator) from Gdynia, Poland to the Yatagan Thermal Power Plant in Mugla, Turkey. The… Read more »

What is Break Bulk Shipping?

What is Break Bulk Shipping? The term break bulk comes from the older phrase “breaking bulk” which is the extraction of a portion of the cargo on a ship, or the beginning of the unloading process from the ship’s holds. In modern context, break bulk is meant to encompass cargo that is transported in bags, boxes,… Read more »

Recent Projects from the Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team


The Logistics Plus Project Cargo team continues to complete heavy-lift and breakbulk projects all around the world. Since they are extremely busy, we don’t often get the scoop on every project. However, here are a couple recent projects for which we were able to get a few details and some great photographs: Pick up 94… Read more »

Marine Projects Logistics Services


The Logistics Plus Marine Projects Logistics team provides complete solutions for the entire Maritime and Shipyard Industry. A couple of our recent logistics projects include: Transporting a 6.5 meter high RRM vertical ruel tank from Norway to Istanbul Moving 30 meters long, 24 meters wide 17 meters high, and each 1,014 metric tons, 4 x NH3 vessel gas tanks… Read more »