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Duck Yang executes shipment to Busan

Duck Yang, our members from South Korea, recently executed a breakbulk transport from Antwerp, Belgium to Busan.

Travelling by sea, the company received an optimal service from HMM Copenhagen for their shipment, and they expressed gratitude for the voyage.

However – due to the recent incidents in the Red Sea, HMM were deeply concerned as their route was to pass through the Suez Canal.

Re-routing was completed to assuage these fears and ensure the safety of the crews, cargoes & vessel.

This shipment contained a total of thirteen packages: including a disassembled axial compressor, its accessories, and parts of a motor blower.

The main package weighed 130,350 kilograms with a volume of 177.8 cbm, and was registered as OOG cargo. It featured dimensions of 8.2 (L) x 4.5 (W) x 4.8 (H) meters and was moved BTS & STS using a floating crane.

The remaining packages travelled in a 40′ open top container under CY/CY by gantry crane from Antwerp, Belgium to the Hanjin Busan New Container Terminal.