Laso transports Italian factory parts

By Niamh Marriott24 May 2023

Portuguese transport company Laso has transported 13 different components for a factory expansion in Figueira da Foz, Portugal. The total weight of the parts was 173 tonnes.

Laso invested $22 million in 2022 as part of the company’s expansion (Photo: Laso)

Originating in different parts of Italy, the project consisted of combined transport between road and sea, ensuring the unloading and verticalization of some of the elements.

Given the complexity and demands on the ground, several teams from different departments were present including forwarding, engineering, projects and heavy lift, to ensure the success of the project.

Check back for more information on this transport job.

Laso invested $22 million on equipment in 2022.

Part of the work included a heavy lift plan (Photo: Laso)
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