Nonpareil Ships Steel Storage Tank
Heavy-transport firm Nonpareil International has moved a steel storage tank from Savannah, Georgia, to the Philippines.
The 20,000-gallon tank measured 12 meters long and weighed 19.9 tonnes. It was loaded at the Port of Savannah and shipped to the Philippines for joint Balikatan exercises of the U.S. Armed Forces and the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
“The new steel storage tank discharged in Hong Kong before the onward journey to Manila in the Philippines. Nonpareil also handled the re-forwarding of the shipment to its job site on the Philippine island of Palawan,” a Nonpareil spokesperson said.
Nonpareil, headquartered in Manila, is a member of the Project Cargo Network, which connects breakbulk and heavy-lift specialists worldwide. PCN recently said it started raising funds for EDPD, Education about Diabetes by People with Diabetes, during registration for its 2018 Annual Summit.
Photo: Nonpareil crew moving storage tank. Credit: NIFC