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Ambercor Shipping, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Canada and USA, and an outstanding project cargo logistics specialized company, played its part by recently delivering three turbines to the project site of a Hydroelectric Dam under construction.
Coming from Savona, Italy, the turbines arrived in the US east coast port of Baltimore on 8th June. Ambercor took over the three 92 tons units, each measuring 10.7 x 2.8 x 2.6 meter, and prepared them for their safe and secure railway transport leg across North America. After a delay within the rail network, used for sending several other shipments around Baltimore, Ambercor managed to get things moving.
Marcel Hafemann, VP of Ambercor stated “Our experience ensured that the 4400 km railway leg for this transport was smooth – once it was going”. After 30 days transit the turbines arrived safe to the unloading and transit point near Fort St John from where clients arranged the forwarding to the jobsite C Dam.