Posts Tagged: China

Logistics Plus Assists in Building the First FSRU Vessel in China

The Logistics Plus China and Belgium project cargo teams assisted with building the first ever floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) vessel in China. The transport involved shipping 3 regasification modules; the largest one measuring 20 x 10.5 x 14.5 meters and weighing 425 metric tons. These modules were transported from the production facility to… Read more »

Logistics Plus Completes Urgent Hand-Carry Delivery To China

Matt Heinzman, Asia Trade Lane Manager for Logistics Plus, completed an urgent hand-carry delivery to Shanghai, China for one of our global customers. The customer, needing the parts delivered urgently, called Logistics Plus to schedule the pickup and delivery of goods from Chicago to Shanghai. The challenge for this delivery was that, due to the… Read more »

LP China Participates in International Transportation Expo

Members of the Logistics Plus China team recently attended a three day international transportation conference. From December 6th to 8th, the LP China team participated in the 2019 Zhejiang International Intelligent Transportation Industry Expo, the Future Transportation Conference 2019, and the Yangtze River Delta Region Comprehensive Transportation Development Forum. All three events were hosted at… Read more »

Logistics Plus Teamwork On Full Display for Recent Projects

In February 2019, Patric Drewes and Sandra Dinklage visited a new client to introduce the new Logistics Plus Project GmbH team. Not long after, Logistics Plus was awarded two projects from this client, both of which were bale finishing systems weighing about 200 freight tons each. From morning to night, the Logistics Plus Project Cargo… Read more »

More Project Cargo Examples 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 »

Chinese New Year

Due to the Chinese New Year, Logistics Plus China will be closed from February 4th to 10th. Our China office will resume normal operations on February 11th. We wish you all the best in the Year of the Pig! Have a safe and happy new year!

Jim Berlin’s Vietnam, Cambodia, and China Trip

Jim Berlin, Founder and CEO of Logistics Plus, recently traveled to Vietnam, Cambodia, and China. On his trip, Jim was able to visit the Logistics Plus Shanghai team whom he celebrated his birthday with, along with exploring the different cultures and beautiful sights these countries have to offer. You can view all the pictures with… Read more »

Examples of Project Cargo Managed in July/August 2018

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team has been busy the past two months. In July and August, and as outlined below, we have managed a variety of projects, including the successful deliveries of transformers, cranes, and bridges (photos included in the video below). Two double girder bridges were safely delivered from Ukraine to Turkey. A 54 ton… Read more »

Loaders, Transformers, Tubes, and Platforms – More Cargo Projects

3 x Wheel Loader to Dar es Salaam

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo team continues to handle some interesting cargo projects for clients around the world. Here are more cargo projects and photographs recently shared on our global projects director’s LinkedIn page. Logistics Plus Turkey safely delivered 3 x wheel loader to Dar es Salaam. Logistics Plus safely loaded the first locomotive platform and… Read more »

Shout-Out to the Logistics Plus China Shipyard Team

Here is an “LP Proud” shout-out to the Logistics Plus China Shipyard Team! Steven and Sam – with the very welcome support of Nico (for containerized shipments) and Xin (who keeps track of everything from Antwerp) – have arranged, and continue to arrange, a large number of deliveries of parts and equipment to various shipyards… Read more »