360 Logistics recently handled another breakbulk import of 3 x LNG tank into Fremantle, Western Australia. From under hook collection to jacking down at three remote delivery locations. Due to permit restrictions they had to travel through an approved route, extending the travel time and distance to the sites near Kalgoorlie to 1300 km and 1600 kms to Esperance, each taking about three to four travel days.
LNG storage tanks (30 x 4.5 x 5.3m—125 ton each) was imported from Shanghai, China. Each tank required laydown at different locations, coordination was crucial from planning and executing the jacking down in the remote locations within Western Australia.
Tanks were safely and successfully laid down to their final destination via a jacking process in mine sites in Kalgoorlie and Esperance.
360 Logistics coordinated from vessel discharge, setting up all mine sites requirements, their Operations team project managed by obtaining permits with relevant stakeholders, site inspections, inductions, and credentials for entry to the mine sites. They were also physically present on the ground at all times to ensure the task at hand was delivered on time and all within budget.