The cargo which weighed 25,340 Kg and measured 980 x 200 x 123 cm consisted of a rotor for a power plant
Euko Logistics Germany GMBH, Globalia member in Frankfurt, Germany, moved a rotor for a power plant from Amsterdam all the way to Seoul, South Korea. The cargo was moved overland with the help of a Tautliner with air suspension and slidable roof. As stated by Mr. Simon Park, Managing Director of Euko Logistics, “We are very contented with the successful completion of this project. The very nature of this cargo posed a few challenges which were perfectly handled by our team.”
The tremendous size of the cargo required special arrangements, which is why we used a Tautliner for uploading and downloading the shipment. It was indeed a great honour for us to handle such a huge overhang cargo. I’d like to express my gratitude towards my teammates and partners whose diligence and cooperation allowed us to terminate this project without a hitch,” added Mr. Simon Park.
Congratulations to Euko Logistics and wishing them all the best for their future projects!
The Summit organized by End-to-End Supply Network is expected to welcome senior supply chain professions and focus on the creation of a more competitive end-to-end supply chain
After the immense success of the Miami Summit in 2017, End-to-End Supply Network is organizing their 15th Annual Summit of to be held at the Hotel Okura Amsterdam from the 4th to 6th of June, 2018. In this summit you will get to meet 600 senior supply chain professionals who are some of the best in the industry and take home some invaluable suggestions and real life concepts by experienced companies from all around the globe.
Several companies have already started registering for the Summit to discuss about the financial advantages and qualitative benefits of supplier integrated contracts and streamlined processes. In the 2 days Summit you will get some invaluable suggestions from professional speakers all of whom are some of the vanguards of the industry.
Some of the highlights of the 2018 Summit are, interactive panel discussions, debate, formulation of a more constructive approach, underscoring of the crucial role of the supply chain and much more.
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