International Fresh Forwarder Complete the Transportation of a Harvester LEXION 780 to Hamburg
International Fresh Forwarder was nominated to transport a Harvester Lexion 780 machine from Zarate port to Hamburg port. The machines had an extra size of (12.00 x 3.80 x 4.00 mtrs) and weight of (25 tons) from one of the first companies in the world: Claas GMBH. This harvester machine is notably the biggest harvester in the world and also capable of the most work capacity.
Claas GMBH provides Harvesters all over the world and the model LEXION 780 is the one which was built with the highest technological supplies inside turns machine movement as critical transport.
The machine was transported from Cordoba city (about 700kms far from Zarate Port) in a low specialized cowboy.
They made the entry at the port as usual and the Harvester was loaded into car carrier Grimaldi´s vessel because the shipper and International Fresh Forwarder agreed that should be the best transportation option to send the machine safety thus it was stowed under deck in a special vessel position planned with anticipation and agreed with the carrier.
With the most effort and professionalism their team moved quickly and smartly on each part of the transport chain and could send this shipment safely and successfully to its final destination. International Fresh Forwarder’s customer informed that they were totally satisfied with their service.
The Director of International Fresh Forwarding Esteban Muzzio emphasized that he had been making these type of shipments for almost 20 years, however it was the first time for International Fresh Forwarder, making this shipment a special challenge in particular for the whole company.
Claas is one of the world’s top companies and International Fresh Forwarders former customer from the beginning and in despite of this machine they have also become their nominated forwarders on their head harvester exports from Zarate port to Hamburg too.
The campaign started on February 2017 and ends in June, they have already loaded 107 x 40´DC and still pending 13 x 40´DC, which accumulates to 120 x 40´DC for the whole 2017 year.