Cosmatos Delivers Greek Breakbulk

Carrier Handles Columns, Machines and Windmills

Shipping services group Cosmatos has transported three sets of breakbulk cargo in Greece, delivering columns, machines and windmills.
The largest of these cargoes consisted of six columns and 86 loose parts with a total volume of 1,500 cubic meters, which were delivered from Greece to Egypt.
A second shipment comprised transport of a self-driving machine from Piraeus port, Greece, to Tirana, Albania. While a third project involved offloading, port storage, backloading and transportation of four sets of windmills with blades 65 meters long via Thessaloniki port.

Based in Northern Greece, Cosmatos Shipping Services provides project cargo and freight forwarding services worldwide and is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium.
Photo: Cosmatos transports turbine blades. Credit: CSS