GPLS Moves Plastic Injection Machine

Shipment from Kobe

Breakbulk handler Global Power Logistics Services has delivered an outsized plastic injection machine from Japan to Thailand.

The over-dimensional unit weighed 74 tonnes and measured more than 168 cubic meters. It was loaded in Kobe, Japan, and shipped via Bangkok.

The firm is the latest member to join the Project Cargo Network in Thailand, representing the association with specialist project cargo services for the oil and gas, power and energy, infrastructure, construction, military, aviation and pharmaceutical industries.

"We are well experienced and fully capable of handling any project cargo and heavy lift shipments at all sea ports in Thailand including full planning, method statements and route surveys when required,” Monruedee Rattanajitbunchong, country manager for the firm said, adding that the firm was keen “to develop business together with reliable and knowledgeable partners who have the ability and speciality to handle our project cargo requirements."

Photo: Plastic injection machine. Credit: GPLS