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Member Project Spotlight – Navigation Network, USA
09 Jun, 2019

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Navigation Network USA Completes Turn-Key Movements of 1500T and 2000T Mechanical Transfer Presses

 

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Navigation Network, Inc., Houston, TX. (Nav-Net) handled 2 shipments for a Major USA Automotive Vendor.

 

The first 1,500-ton shipment consisted of 11 x Breakbulk Pieces, 450MT/575 M3 & 8x40' OT containers. 3/11 Heavy Lift Pieces; Crown, Bottom Head and Slide were 159MT, 90MT & 79MT each, respectively. 

 

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Scope of Work from FOB S. Asian Port up to DDP Site including Rough Setting of Press Equipment at Factory. Nav-Net contracted the Derrick Crane "Big John", the Port of Houston's single heaviest-rated lifting appliance for the discharge of Heavy Lift Pieces Direct from Bahri vessel to Nav-Net Barge standing by. Stevedoring for Balance ancillary equipment was contracted by Nav-Net as well. 

 

Upon completion of LSD Barge, cargo was Fleeted from Port of Houston via the Intercoastal Waterway- Mississippi River and finally to a Transshipment Facility on the Ohio River where it was safely discharged onto awaiting Specialized Multi-Axle Trailers and 2x Dual-Lane Trailers. Upon arrival at site, all equipment was unloaded safely to the Pit by Nav-Net Gantry System.

 

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Another shipment of 2000 ton consisted of 13 x Breakbulk Pieces 550MT/650M3 & 13x40' OT Containers. 3/13 Pieces, Crown, Bottom Head and Slide were 170MT, 138MT & 106MT each respectively.

 

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Scope of work from FOB S. Asian Port up to DDP site. Upon Arrival of shipment in Nola, Cargo was discharged by Ship's Gear Directly to Nav-Net Barge Standing by. Upon Completion of LSD, Barge was Fleeted from Port of Nola Upriver via Mississippi River via Ohio River and finally to a Transshipment Facility on a Tributary of the Ohio River where it was safely discharged onto awaiting Specialized Multi-Axle Trailers and 2 x Dual Lane Trailers and delivered to site without any complications. 

 

Contact: Ray Ludwig <rayl@nav-net.com>

 

 

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