FLS transported the cargo to Riau

FLS Projects Delivers Johor Cargo

Transport and logistics firm FLS Projects has delivered 96 packages of breakbulk equipment from Jakarta and Batam, Riau, Indonesia, to Malaysia.

The consignment included heavy transformers totaling 750 cubic meters and with a combined weight of 350 tons. The components were discharged in Johor Port, Pasir Gudang, Malaysia.

“The consignment included some urgently needed 50-plus ton heavy transformers, and FLS’s team closely coordinated with the terminal operators to get priority berthing for the vessel at the load and discharge ports,” a spokesperson for FLS said.

FLS Projects provides breakbulk handling worldwide, and is headquartered in Laem Chabang, Thailand. The firm also operates offices in Vietnam, Australia, Indonesia and Singapore.

FLS is a member of the XL Projects networks, Thai International Freight Forwarders Association and the Baltic and International Maritime Council.

Photo: FLS transported the transformers by sea to Malaysia. Credit: FLS

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