They transported the cargo from Quetzal to Incheon Port by using dry containers
Consolidacion Integrada, a Coop member in Guatemala City, has recently moved 15 containers of sugar from Quetzal to Incheon Port via ocean freight. Guatemala is the world’s 5th largest sugar exporter. Since 2017, Guatemala has exported over 14 million metric tons of sugar becoming the 2nd largest sugar exporter in Latin America.
The brown sugar was packed in bags before being loaded onto dry containers. In the words of Mr. Javier Giraldo, Manager of Consolidacion Integrada, “This shipment was challenging since it necessitated a lot of coordination and communication with the ocean carrier. However, our extensive experience in container shipping ensured the seamless execution of this project”.
Congratulations to Consolidacion Integrada and all the best for their upcoming projects!
The project involved the collection of the gas tanks from China and reexporting the same to Costa Rica by land transportation
Consolidacion Integrada, a Coop member in Guatemala City, Guatemala, has recently moved a project cargo consisting of eight cryogenic gas tanks. They were in charge of land transportation of the cargo from Guatemala to Costa Rica. For this shipment, they worked for a distinguished client- Ingasa, a highly reputed supplier of industrial gases and safety products in Guatemala.
They received the eight gas tanks from China which they stored in a bonded warehouses facility. Then they reexported this cargo from Guatemala to Costa Rica. They loaded the tanks onto the transportation platforms and secured the cargo with lashing chains and tensioners. Additionally, they used cranes with 80 tons capacity to load the cargo.
As stated by Mr. Javier Giraldo, Manager of Consolidacion Integrada, “Moving a project cargo of this size surely entails plenty of complexities and challenges. We had a limited loading area for the crane to work and our team had to be very careful during the loading process. However, we handled this part of the job very professionally. Thankfully, we didn’t face any problem during the land transportation to Costa Rica and the tanks were handed over to the consignee safely.”
Congratulations to Consolidacion Integrada wishing them good luck in their future endeavours!