Boxco and Allcargo Logistics successfully execute IOCL MEG Project in Paradip

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Boxco Logistics along with Allcargo Logistics has successfully executed the first shipment of the IOCL MEG Project at Paradip for L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) who were the EPC contractors for IOCL.

The shipment arrived at the JMB group’s Multi Cargo terminal PICT on the 3rd of October 2020. Inspite of the incessant rains and heavy winds,the vessel was safely docked at PICT.

The shipment had 9 heavy lift packages which were received safely on Boxco’s Self propelled modular trailers. The dimensions of the packages meant that certain modifications were required to be made to PICT which were carried out by Boxco well in advance. In addition,other civil modifications were also carried out enroute to the IOCL Site.

An approach road had to be compacted and the causeway had to be rectified. The major challenge in transporting these packages was the route which passed through a live refinery road, which, was not strong enough for handling packages of this size.

Boxco conducted a number of surveys and meetings with IOCL and LTHE personnel with the intention of finding a solution wherein the modification enroute had to be minimised, and the refinery also continued functioning without any shutdowns. This was achieved successfully.

There was another challenge for modification in the port itself for taking out these packages, we convinced the customs and took the permission for breaking the port wall and also made the slope to match the level difference between the port road inside the terminal and the outside road. Boxco made almost 27 major modification enroute to deliver this cargo.

A total of 9 packages were shipped on SAL vessel Amoenitas.

This contract also further strengthened the position of PICT as the terminal in Paradip for Heavy lifts and Over dimensional cargo the terminal has a strategic advantage because of its location. The state of art infrastructure makes it a terminal of choice for this type of cargo.

The second shipment of this project is expected to land again in PICT in January 2021.

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