EXG Moves Bibiyana South Cargo

Out-of-gauge Power Components Delivered to Bangladesh

Breakbulk carrier EXG Project Logistics has delivered a series of out-of-gauge power components from India to Bangladesh.
The consignment comprised 1,920 tonnes of cargo for the Bibiyana South power plant project, with the heaviest items weighing 77 tonnes each. Bibiyana South is 400-megawatt combined-cycle power plant.
“EXG Project Logistics is currently involved in executing and supervising the Bibiyana South Project comprising of 7,000 tonnes of breakbulk cargo and 1,200 containers on an exclusive contract for two years,” a spokesperson for EXG said.
Headquartered in Mumbai, EXG provides multi-surface logistics, breakbulk transport and heavy equipment rentals throughout India. The firm is a member of breakbulk association Project Cargo Network.
Photo: Bibiyana South cargo. Credit: EXG