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Wind Blade Project

When you need to move 27 237' wind blades over 11,000 miles OTC Logistics takes the challenge head on. With a cargo span of over 140 meters, moving from Shanghai China to the Central US, Skill, experience, and planning is critical to ensure the shipment arrives safely, in a timely manner, and on budget.

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Energy Sector Heavy Haul Logistics

BOSS Heavy Haul recently moved two pieces of cargo weighing over 1.3 million pounds. Check out this video for the inside look!rnFor more information about BOSS Heavy Haul and how they can help with your next project, please visit www.bosscrane.com.

Heavy Haul Move Dual Fuel Generators

6 Wartsila Dual Fuel Generators were sent from Rauma, Finland to Modesto California. Initially transported by ship to Texas Terminals in Houston, Texas. From Texas Terminals was sent to Modesto, California by rail to be moved to a 16 axle hydraulic lift trailer by way of gantry crane by Sheedy Cranes.  

Heavy Haul Move Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes

Heavy Haul Move Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes

  • 168 Breakbulk pieces
  • 15,167 CBM of cargo
  • 80 - 40' Open Tops
  • 12 - 40' Flat Racks
  • 20 - 40' DC

From: Nantong, China
Destination: Memphis, TN
  • 91 Rail Cars
  • 25 Flatbed Trucks

Heavy Haul Cargo Move Cold Boxes Move by Barge

Heavy Haul Move Cold Boxes

Freight: 4 cold Boxes plus 4 drain tanks
Total Weigh on Barge: 1,867,000 lbs

Heavy Haul Cargo Move Solar Transformer

Heavy Haul Cargo Move Solar Transformer

Moving a 352k lbs. Transformer is no easy task. With a total length of 245', 18' wide, over 17' high and 144 wheels on the ground, a load of this magnitude takes massive preparation, a superb strategy, along with a highly skilled, experience, and dedicated team. 

The project was presented with many challenges often faced with moving a load such as this. The permits alone would normally be a major obstacle, but wit qh the knowledge and experience of Supor Heavy Haul, they not only overcame that obstacle but were able to develop a three phase plan of action in order to effectively get the load to it's final destination.

Phase one was 800 miles of road transport with tight turns, narrow roads, and other surprises along the way. At Supor, they look at surprises as learning experiences and ways to implement our innovative experience and transform the industry with new ideas and ways to succeed.

Phase Two was the translating of the unit to a hydraulic transport which took careful planning and meticulous forethought to insure safety, accuracy, and a successful transition to the third and final phase.

The third and final phase was moving the hydraulic transport, winding though a rugged 20 mile path to its final destination, where it was offloaded to its place of installation, on point, on time, exceeding the customers expectations. 

Knowledge, experience, and specialized equipment were the key elements in the success of this project. Work ethics and relationships brought this project to successful fruition.