C.H. Robinson Moves Calgary Compressors

Transport of eight oil and gas compressors to US.

Cargo carrier C.H. Robinson has transported eight oil and gas compressors to the U.S. from Canada.
The outsized units were loaded in Calgary in the province of Alberta and shipped to Colorado. Each item measured 13 meters long with the heaviest weighing 91.2 tonnes.
“Due to the size of the compressors, many power lines along the convoys’ route needed to be permanently moved, raised, or buried so that the trucks could get through without delay,” a spokesperson for C.H. Robinson said. 
Based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, C.H. Robinson is a Fortune 500 provider of multimodal transportation services and specializes in breakbulk services worldwide. The firm is a member of the Project Cargo Network.
Photo: Compressor. Credit: CHR