Posts Tagged: Turkey

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 »

Logistics Plus Celebrates 10 Years of Business in Turkey

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*** DRAFT *** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Logistics Plus Celebrates 10 Years of Business in Turkey 10 years later, LP Turkey remains one of the company’s fastest growing divisions ERIE, PA (January XX, 2019) – Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, is proud to celebrate its 10th year… 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 »

Rhenus Project Logistics and Logistics Plus Join Forces

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Joint Statement: Rhenus Project Logistics and Logistics Plus Join Forces Partnership will improve the worldwide services of both companies by combining resources. ERIE, PA (November 6, 2018) – Logistics Plus Inc. (America) and Rhenus Project Logistics (Germany) announced today that they have joined forces for the modernization of two lignite-fired coal power… 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 »

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 »

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 »

Logistics Plus Safely Delivers 13 Beer Tanks to Downtown Izmir

The Logistics Plus Turkey Team successfully delivered 13 brewery tanks to a factory in downtown Izmir, Turkey. Dimensions for this project cargo were 9 units of 22.00m x 6.66m x 6.82m each 31 tons, and 4 units of 20.00m x 5.11m x 5.25m each 24 tons. The project required significant engineering and precision. 13 brewery… Read more »

Logistics Plus Safely Transports 13 LPG Storage Tanks

Here is a short video provided by LP Turkey. This project involved the safe transport of 13 LPG storage tanks, 4756 CBM (167K cubic feet), from Istanbul, Turkey to Chittagong, Bangladesh.