GPL completes India to Mexico project

Global Projekt Logistique have completed a project shipment from Mumbai, India to Mexico.

The shipment consisted of 67 pieces of plant and machinery for a distillation system to produce 100,000 LPD (Light power density) of extra neutral alcohol by using fermented wash.

This project was executed on a time-based delivery. The team of Global Projekt Logistique completed the customs formalities in time. The scope of operations also included the loading, lashing and choking of the pieces onto 20 x 40 ft Mafi trailers. The biggest piece had dimensions of 12.975 meters x 2.7 meters x 2.8 meters (L x W x H), while the regular length of the pieces was 11.75 meters. Together with 5 static pieces, the cargo then was loaded on a RoRo vessel and sailed off to the port of destination in Veracruz, Mexico.

An extra challenge added to the operations of this project definitely was the peaking COVID-19 infections, hence a shortage of manpower. The throughout-organized team of Global Projekt Logistique managed to overcome the challenges and to do its operations smoothly and effectively.