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Power Plant Equipment Arrives in Mobile
Barges transport Malaysian cargo up Mississippi River to jobsite
CNC Freight Services chartered two vessels to transport 5,500 tons of power equipment from Malaysia to the Port of Mobile in Alabama.
After arriving at the port, Albacor Shipping, based in Houston, arranged for the shipment to be loaded on barges for transport to the jobsite in DeKalb, Miss. where Southern Company is building a coal-fired power plant.
Each of four pressure vessels weighed 288 tonnes and measured 22 meters long, 6.5 meters wide and nearly 7 meters high, Worldwide Project Consortium said in a statement on behalf of its members. The two drums weighed 68 tonnes apiece and measured over 32 meters long, nearly 5 meters wide and over 5 meters high.