Posts Tagged: Project Cargo

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 »

325,000 Pound Transformer Delivered to Wind Farm

The Logistics Plus project cargo team recently completed the successful delivery of a 325,000 pound transformer to a wind farm in southern Texas. In total, the project took 25 days to complete from pickup to final placement and orientation. This 28 x 12 x 15 foot transformer was transported via rail, unloaded from the rail… Read more »

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 Belgium Delivers Cryogenic Storage Tank

Logistics Plus Belgium completed the successful delivery of a cryogenic storage tank from Antwerp to Ghent. The tank, measuring 15 x 4 x 4 meters and weighing 30 tons, was transported by the Logistics Plus project cargo team. This is now the 5th tank in the last 2 years that has been delivered to Belgium…. Read more »

Bahadir Erdil featured in Jan/Feb 2020 issue of HLPFI Magazine

Bahadir Erdil, Global Projects Director for Logistics Plus, was featured in the January/February 2020 issue of Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International magazine. The article, titled Great Expectations?, was featured in the Country Report: Turkey section (page 42-49) of the magazine. This article focuses on why Turkey’s location makes it an ideal transhipment point for cargo… Read more »

Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team Featured in AJOT

Bahadir Erdil, Global Projects Director for Logistics Plus, was interviewed for a recent article that appeared in the American Journal of Transportation (AJOT). The AJOT is a media source dedicated to providing shippers, carriers, transportation intermediaries, and logistics professionals with coverage of news and events that shape the world of international trade and transportation. The… Read more »

Recent Project Cargo Highlights

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team finished 2019 strong. In the last few months, our cargo experts have managed a variety of projects, including the successful deliveries of gas tanks, stators, heavy reels, transformers, and more (photos included in the video below). LP Turkey successfully delivered sulfur furnace tanks to the Netherlands. LP USA and Canada… Read more »

600 MW Electric Converter Station System Project


Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from the Logistics Plus global project cargo team! Here is a short video of a cool year-end “600 MW Electric Converter Station System Project” that was coordinated with Hareket. The project involved the safe movement of 5 transformers, each 219 metric tons; and 3 reactors, each 65 metric tons…. Read more »

LP Indonesia Completes Their Last Project of 2019

Logistics Plus Indonesia successfully completed a project for an industry leading health care manufacturer to close out 2019. The Indonesia team was responsible for the warehousing, air suspension, trucking, and positioning of an MRI machine at the Budha Tsu Chi hospital in Jakarta. This was the final week handling this project, as the two unit… Read more »

Logistics Plus Completes Difficult Project Cargo Mission

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo team completed the successful delivery of a liquid bio-gas storage tank from Turkey to job-site in Norway. The Logistics Plus Belgium and Turkey teams carefully collaborated, planned, and executed every single detail of this “recon” mission. In order to complete the delivery of this massive tank in poor weather conditions,… Read more »