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SPOTLIGHT | NOTABLE PROJECTS


Photo credit: Almajdouie Logistics


ABOVE: In 2014, Almajdouie Logistics coordinated the delivery of what was then the world’s largest evaporator - a massive unit weighing 5,736.8 tonnes - to the Yanbu 3 desalination project in Saudi Arabia. Shipped to Saudi Arabia from Dunq Quat port in Vietnam on board the heavy transport barge Dongbang Giant, the 137.9 m-long evaporator was delivered to the job site using 200 axle lines of SPMTs and six power packs. In total, Almajdouie delivered eight evaporator units to the Yanbu 3 project.


RIGHT: In a more unusual project move, 2016 saw GAC organise the transport of an acrylic and steel structure for what was then the world’s biggest underwater restaurant, from New Zealand to the Maldives. Heavy lift shipping specialist Jumbo Maritime was awarded a contract for the marine transportation of the restaurant, which weighed in at 410 tonnes. The unit was first moved by road from the manufacturer’s facility in New Plymouth to Port Taranaki, before being lifted on board Jumbo’s heavy lift vessel Fairlane. On arrival at the site in the Maldives, the restaurant was lifted from the vessel and positioned on piles at a depth of about 10 m.


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