(Americas) Carriage via Port of Freeport
Freight forwarder C.H. Robinson has transported two large modules from South Korea to a project site near Houston, Texas.
The largest unit measured more than 5 meters high and was received at the Port of Freeport. The breakbulk transport involved complications due to mislabelling of cargo dimensions that resulted in last-minute alterations.
“The client approved the suggestions and sent three technicians to the terminal to remove the top portion of each module. This innovative solution avoided impactful utility expenses and allowed the cargo to be delivered the same day,” a spokesperson for C.H. Robinson said.
Based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, C.H. Robinson provides breakbulk services worldwide and is a member of the Project Logistics Alliance.