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Sealand Shipping, PCN members from Ghana, are pleased to report their successful handling of very sensitive oil & gas upper manifold equipment to Houston.
The upper manifold equipment was received at Tema Port in Ghana, where Sealand arranged for it to be loaded onto a vessel bound for the United States.
This cargo was worth several millions of dollars and weighed over 50 tons, with a volume over 120 CBM.
Safety was a high priority for their client, and Sealand met these expectations through the following measures:A pre-journey route survey to assess the best road to port; Proper risk assessment prior to the movement to address all possible obstacles; Journey management with police escorts to assist in traffic control.
“We applied our unique, three-dimensional approach to this project by ‘Defining, Designing and Delivering’ a solution that met the high safety standards of our client, whilst meeting strict deadlines for the export to Houston.”
Sealand’s cost-effective solution ensured that the client was fully apprised at each step of the journey. Using automated milestone prompts, the client could follow every movement of the cargo until it was finally loaded onboard its designated vessel.
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