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EXG manages shipments to Brazil

Express Global Logistics Pvt. Ltd (EXG), member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in India, managed the multimodal transportation of four lots of shipments from India to Brazil as part of a hydro project in India.

This extensive journey encompassed a total distance of 500 km by road and several days of voyage by sea, culminating at the final destination.

The cargo was divided into four lots, including both general cargo, over-dimensional cargo, and 8 breakbulk pieces. Each container was transported using high bed trailers, while the breakbulk pieces, measuring 6 x 6 x 1.5 meters and weighing 32 ton each, were transported on SLBT trailers.

A company spokesperson said: “The road transportation of 500 km from the pick-up point to the Nhava Sheva port presented several challenges. The occasion of a national festival, which could have significantly delayed our schedule, was deftly managed by coordinating with local authorities and rescheduling movements to avoid peak times. This situation prompted us to rigorously evaluate our contingency plans, demonstrating our ability to respond swiftly and effectively to multiple challenges. Through proactive problem-solving, seamless coordination, and effective communication, we maintained our commitment to timely and secure delivery.

In accordance with Brazilian government regulations mandating the fumigation of cargo secured within wooden boxes or pallets, EXG effectively conducted the necessary fumigation of the wooden packages ahead of schedule, ensuring completion before the cargo reached the terminal. This accomplishment was the result of meticulous planning.

EXG’s successful transportation for the hydro project showcases our commitment to excellence. By overcoming challenges like a national festival and strict regulations through meticulous planning and effective communication, we ensured timely and secure delivery.”