Apex Cargo Service Oversee Extra Large Cargo Project
ACS Group (Ningbo Branch) recently finished 2 railway services in under EX-Works term, from Zhengzhou, China to Hamburg, Germany for an extra-large cargo project.
Commodity: bearing house and roller shaft
Dimensions: L2306 X W2306 X H1600 mm and L3500 X W900 X H1000 mm
Weight: 19,500 kg and 11,000 kg
- Bearing seats had to be bracketed and placed on solid wood or steel pallets but for the use of steel pallets, they had to be welded well. The pallet size was strictly in accordance with 4000 X 2300mm, and the pallet width could not exceed 2300mm. The goods had to be firmly fixed on pallets to prevent overturning whilst in transit.
- Grinding roller shafts had to be palletised by solid wood or steel pallets but for the use of steel pallets, they had to be welded well. The pallet size was strictly in accordance with 4000 X 1300mm. The goods had to be firmly fixed on pallets to prevent overturning whilst in transit.
Due to the weight and size of a single unit of the goods, the cargo reached the railway transport limit.
The whole process was methodical and fully coordinated by the factory.
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