Alexander Global Logistics, was appointed by Çamsan Ordu Ağaç San. ve Tic. A.Ş. to deliver eight different pieces of equipment from Lebach, Germany, to Ordu, Turkey.The cargo consisted of
Six frames weighing 39.5 tons with the dimension of 6.5 x 5.35 x 0.75 meters
Plunger weighing 44.5 tons with a measurement of 6.4 x 3 x 1.2 meters
Table weighing 27.5 tons measuring 6.4 x 3 x 0.8 meters
Under the Free Carrier term, the equipment was gathered from Lebach and transported by road to the Dillingen/Saar port. It was then loaded onto a barge and shipped to the Port of Antwerp. To move the six over-width frames from Lebach to the Dillingen/Saar port, special road permits were necessary, which typically take around three to four weeks to obtain. However, in order to meet the loading deadline at the Port of Antwerp, the permit needed to be secured within two weeks.
Despite the narrow time frame, Alexander Global Logistics' team efficiently processed the permit, which was approved well before the two-week deadline. Even though it might have seemed impossible to execute a just-in-time delivery given these circumstances, the company's broad expertise once more demonstrated its ability to handle such situations adeptly, thereby proving that the problem was not a challenge.
In mid-December, the cargo arrived in Antwerp, and the vessel was scheduled to depart by the end of the month. At Antwerp, Alexander Global Logistics oversaw the reloading process and subsequently transported the cargo via sea to Gemlik. The equipment was reloaded once more to be conveyed on a trailer as per the Delivered at Place terms, to reach its final destination in Ordu.