Globalink Logistics transports an oversized cargo for the Nurek Hydro Power Project in Tajikistan

This operation highlights Globalink’s three decades of experience handling complex project logistics in challenging environments like Central Asia and the Caucasus

oversized shipment by Globalink Logistics
Oversized shipment by Globalink Logistics

Globalink Logistics has set high standards in project logistics by moving an over sized cargo weighing 155 tonnes from China to Tajikistan via Turkey. The 5 meter high shipment was meant for the Nurek Hydro Power Project in Tajikistan- a project with which they have been involved for over 10 years. Globalink Logistics is a Globalia member in Turkmenbashi and Ashgabat, Turkmenistan; Tbilisi, Poti, Georgia and Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan; Baku, Azerbaijan; Yerevan, Armenia, Aktau, Almaty, Atyrau, and Astana, Kazakhstan; Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia; Kiev, Ukraine; Dushanbe, Tajikistan; and Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

The road segment of the cargo’s journey from Bautino Port through the mountainous terrains of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan called for specialized transport solutions. They used specialized multi-axel trailers, multiple 6×6 heavy-duty tractors, and extensive civil works to ensure the cargo’s safe passage. On reaching its destination in Tajikistan, Globalink’s team managed the import customs clearance, discharging and cargo installation processes.

To quote Siddique Khan, CEO of Globalink, “This shipment was a challenging one and moving through the Black Sea and the Kerch Strait required precise timing to align with the Volga-Don river navigation season’s end. Our latest project cargo operation highlights Globalink’s three decades of experience handling complex project logistics in challenging environments like Central Asia and the Caucasus.”

Project cargo by Globalink Logistics
Project cargo by Globalink Logistics


Congratulation to the Globalink team on their successful project cargo operation!


Manitowoc 18000 crane of 1177 tons moved by Globalia Itajai and Sao Paolo from the USA to Brazil

LAC Worldwide - freight forwarder in Sao Paolo and Itajai
LAC Worldwide ships a crane


The equipment is one of the biggest cranes manufactured by Manitowoc with capacity to lift 750 tons.

Latin America Connection Projects Logistica LTDA (LAC Worldwide), Globalia member in Itajai and Sao Paolo, handled an international project cargo shipment of a Manitowoc 18000 crane. They transported the shipment by ocean freight from the Port of Jacksonville, Florida, USA, to Rio de Janeiro Port, Brazil.

The crane  had a volume of 2.100 M3 and a net weight of 1.177.669,00 kilograms.  With “a capacity to lift 750 tons, it is one of the largest cranes Manitowoc has fabricated,” according to Felipe Sellera, Project Cargo & Branch Manager of LAC Worldwide. “With qualified professionals, LAC is an expert in logistics and transport of special cargoes and a RO-RO market leader in our territories. Due to the oversize and complexity of this shipment, we had to plan, load and secure the crane, disassembling it in 81 packages plus bulk pieces to fit on 25 roller trailers”.

This project was a result of many years of partnership with LAC Worldwide’s carriers and agents.

Congratulations to LAC Worldwide for executing this complex shipment!

Globalia crane - LAC Worldwide