EGL & KADMAR make its mark on Zohr, the biggest Mediterranean gas discovery

EGLEgyptian Global Logistics EGL subsidiary of KADMAR Group succeeded in handling the kick off for Egypt Mega Gas Project using the fleet of extendable trailers handling joint of 28 meters length & weighting 40 tons for Saipem project Zohr; the biggest gas discovery in Egyptian waters in the Mediterranean.

EGL Zohr

EGL completed the port handling from gearless vessel at Alexandria Port in Egypt followed by trucking to storage area and reload to the Saipem base at Abu Qir Port for shipping to the Zohr offshore located 120 miles North East Port Said.

EGL & KADMAR Ongoing Heavy Transport in Egypt Mega Projects

Egyptian Global Logistics, subsidiary of KADMAR Group, have successfully discharged 5 Bosch boilers units, with a capacity of 81 tons each. The units were discharged at Alexandria port by using a mobile shore crane of 250 tons followed by transportation to the factory in Ain Sokhna covering a distance of 400km, using 8 axle lines to the site.

The cargo was sent on board a gearless vessel “MV Lady Debora” 5381 tons GRT, consisting of 5 Bosch boilers with a total weight of 405 tons, with each capacity being 81 tons, measuring 10.95 x 4.69 x 5.05m.

The cargo was loaded from Antwerp to be later discharged at Alexandria Port, Egypt under the Agency of Egyptian Global Logistics for the account of Messrs/Kuehne + Nagel Ltd.

The transportation was completed by using a mobile shore crane of 250 tons’ capacity, which soon after were loaded on Modular Trailers owned by Egyptian Global Logistics, which were transported afterward to Ain Sokhna over 400 km in distance.

EGL continue to impress the market with their well-trained staff along with their latest fleet equipment in Egypt.

(Sources: American Journal of Transportation & AiO Logistics Network)

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