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The plan included some heavy items weighing up to 481 tons and measuring 87 meters long.
In order to safely unload, store and load the cargo once again, Zuidnatie appointed a technical engineer.
Know-how, Expertise, Infrastructure Because of the intense cold, the Western Siberian region is only accessible by inland waterways between July and September.
Shipping the outsize, heavy loads can start in July as soon as the ice-free period arrives to the Gulf of Ob’ Bay.
All of this required very careful planning due to the short navigation period and the strict order in which everything has to arrive.
Thanks to good collaboration between Sibur, deugro and Zuidnatie, all of the plant components will surely be in the right place at the right time so that the plant in Tobolsk can be up and running by the planned date.
“Our project engineers and terminal managers calculated all lifting operations carefully and thanks to our performant 200 tons Terex Gottwald cranes (in twin-lift up to 400 tons), our dockworkers looked after smooth and damage free loading and unloading operations”, Marc Van Aken, Chief Commercial Officer, Zuidnatie.
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It was even harder to get a feel a for what the trip itself would actually be like.Thanks to good collaboration, planning, infrastructure and know-how, the impressive plant components will reach their destination in the farthest reaches of Siberia on time.Preference for Antwerp Under the name of "Zapsibneftekhim", Hansa Heavy Lift Gmb H delivered a total of 167 components (columns, heat exchangers, furnaces, components of the reactor vessel and steam drums, etc.) from China and South Korea.In June, Zuidnatie handled a set of giant columns destined for Tobolsk, Western Siberia, at its terminal in the port of Antwerp.These were parts for an ethylene plant for the polyolefin complex Zapsibneftekhim being built by Sibur, the largest petrochemical company in Russia.
Indeed, calculating and sketching the layout for these unusual items on the quayside was no easy task!