Guangzhou Sunshine: 200 tons from Shanghai to Jakarta

By Freddie Pierce
Chinese specialists in heavy loads Guangzhou Sunshine Intl Logistics Co.ltd, recently moved a whopping 200 tons of crane equipment from Shanghai to Jak...

Chinese specialists in heavy loads Guangzhou Sunshine Int’l Logistics Co.ltd, recently moved a whopping 200 tons of crane equipment from Shanghai to Jakarta, Indonesia.

The cargo consisted of 6 sets of Crane Equipment with a single piece weight of 25 tons and dimensions of 25*3.5*3.2m.

Guangzhou Sunshine is a professional provider of international forwarder-non vessel operating common carrier logistics, and specialises in handling project cargo worldwide (using ro/ro, breakbulk m.v, open top and flat rack containers) and full container loads to Latin America, heavy duty shipments to worldwide and air freight to Middle east. 

Guangzhou, a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC in China, operated over 10 lots of project and heavy cargo movements from China to Indonesia.

The Chinese company’s staff organised the transport from the manufacturer’s factory to the Port of Shanghai, arranged for customs clearance, chartered the ocean vessel and supervised cargo handling in the port during loading.

The crane body was loaded on deck by shore crane and all the accessories loaded under deck.

 The next project to Indonesia with totally about 1350CBM (cubic meters) and a max weight of 25 tons of single piece will be shipped again shortly.

Total volume for this project: 1550CBM/200TONS

Port of loading: Shanghai

Port of discharging: Jakarta, Indonesia

Click here to read a similar report on a European abnormal load operator, Van der Vlist

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