Tank transported in Turkey

By Niamh Marriott25 August 2022

Element International Forwarding & Logistics recently transported a project shipment of a LPG tank from Iskenderun in Turkey to Jebel Ali port.

The cargo was 3.14 long, 2.8 metres wide and 19.6 metres high (Photo: Element)

Jebel Ali is the world’s ninth busiest port, the largest man-made harbour, and the biggest and by far the busiest port in the Middle-East.

Their logistics team also arranged pre-carriage with the low-bed trucks from factory to the port of Iskenderun.

The cargo was 3.14 long, 2.8 metres wide and 19.6 metres high. In total it weighed 20 tonnes.

A spokesperson from the company said, “We can handle all of your projects, including vessel (yacht, pinnace, catamaran), vehicle (super-cars, cars, ambulance, fire engine, excavators, train) wind-power, military cargo and all other project shipments.”

The transport team snap a selfie with the cargo (Photo: Element)
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