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Kensa Mexico Recently Completed an LNG Tank Project from Door La Paz (MX) and Long Beach (US)

Kensa Mexico Recently Completed an LNG Tank Project from Door La Paz (MX) and Long Beach (US)

Kensa Mexico Recently Completed an LNG Tank Project from Door La Paz (MX) and Long Beach (US)

In this Project, a total of 2,903.69 CBM and 470,538.70 kg were loaded, which translates into 3 Liquefied Gas tanks (empty) with the following dimensions: Length 2,854.96 cm X Width 556.26 cm X Height 508 cm and a weight of 107,452.90 kg each. The tanks were trucked to the port using a 7-axle-line hydraulic trailer. Once the ship arrived the tanks were positioned one by one alongside the vessel, which was contracted under Kensa Logisitics Mexico charter. In addition to the tanks, two reach stackers were loaded in the same way, each weighing 70,300 kg.

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Kensa Logistics Handled a Door to Door Project from Long Beach Including Customs Clearance

Kensa Logistics Handled a Door to Door Project from Long Beach Including Customs Clearance

Kensa Logistics Handled a Door to Door Project from Long Beach Including Customs Clearance

This project was closed at the same time that loading for the above project in La Paz, Mexico was completed, managing to make more space on the vessel to complement the service and comply with the customer’s expected delivery.

Kensa managed to get the ship to divert its route to Long Beach (Inducement), to load a total of 383.65 cbm and an additional 60,900.00 kgs with 3 extra pieces, likewise the scope was door to door including customs clearance. The additional cargo required more trucks to unload the ship and all the necessary route studies for a successful delivery.

To compliment the Long Beach project, Kensa was given just 12 hours to make arrangements, including the pick-up from the organizer, cranes to load the trucks, and permits for the oversized / overweight pieces, plus, there was a window of only 3 hours to get the vessel in and out and have all the cargo cleared through customs prior to the arrival of the vessel. It was a huge challenge to make all arrangements without a hitch.

KENSA Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Mexico

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Energy International Shows a Glimpse of their New Warehouse and Offices

Energy International Shows a Glimpse of their New Warehouse and Offices

Energy International Shows a Glimpse of their New Warehouse and Offices

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The building is about to be finished and will have a total area of 19,500 sqm of which 6,500 sqm of which are covered with 15 hydraulic loading docks.

The location is Sordio, only 1.5 km from the new ring road in Milan TEM giving a huge benefit for drivers.

Energy International Logistics is a member of Cross Ocean representing Italy

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