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KGE transports steam boilers to Kazakhstan

KGE Baltic were recently nominated to transport four BOSCH steam boilers from Gunzenhauzen, Germany to Zhanatas, Kazakhstan.

The dimensions of each unit measured 8.0 (L) x 3.5 (W) x 3.9 (H) meters with a weight of 44,600 kilograms.

Total transit time for this project was around 35 days including border crossings.

Initially loaded on a low-bed truck in Germany, the cargo travelled overseas via an Italian port, and then took a southern route through GE/AZ by RO-RO on MAFI/low-bed trailers.

Afterwards, the steam boilers were pre-carried through Azerbaijan until arrival at the Port of Kurik, Kazakhstan. Land transport was utilised hereafter and the cargo was delivered to the final destination in Zhanatas – around 4,000 kilometers in-land from KZ Port.

“After a wet season and floodings in the Caspian, we managed to move this cargo when conditions improved.”
KGE provided their customer with complete daily tracking, resulting in satisfactory feedback from the client.