Prosjekt: Grønn fabrikkbygging
BGL Norway was selected by a new emerging green technology company that has found a way to efficiently make plastic waste into diesel, basically reversing the process.
The company is setting up a new plant in Denmark, and through recommendations, they contracted Altus to manage their movement of oversized equipment from China and other locations. The first move was performed with a few weeks preparation and planning only, and Altus managed to work closely with CMA CGM’s project team to find the best solution as an alternative to break bulk options with higher risks and transit times. The four larger reactors were put on a bed of 15 flat racks, while all other equipment were put on the same vessel efficiently stowed in 12 other flat racks, open top containers and high cubes. A solution for temporary storage in European ports and specialized trucking has been prepared, and Altus will be supporting the installation of the equipment at site in November. We would like to thank CMA CGM’s project team and our colleagues in China for the strong support to make this challenge well performed and possible within the short time frame given.
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