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Hansa Meyer Brazil Clinches Special Transport Award for Gold Mining Project

In a triumph of logistics and operational prowess, Hansa Meyer Brazil has bagged a prestigious Special Transport award. This accolade serves as a testament to the company’s outstanding performance in a complex Transport and Rigging operation within the challenging terrain of the Gold Mining industry in Minas Gerais, Brazil. The recognition not only underscores Hansa Meyer’s ability to navigate intricacies but also applauds their unwavering commitment to efficiency, resulting in optimal cost-effectiveness and reduced transit time.

The journey embarked at the Port of Santos with a seamless cargo receipt, featuring a direct unloading process. The meticulous orchestration continued with a precision-driven Lifting Frame Extraction Operation, showcasing the company’s dedication to detail. Transportation from the Port of Santos to the city of Caete, MG, Brazil, unfolded as a well-coordinated operation of logistics, ensuring the secure movement of the cargo.

A standout in the operation was the Transshipment maneuver, transitioning from the Eixo Line to Self-Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMT) and vice versa. This strategic move, specifically tailored for crossing the municipality of Caete, demonstrated Hansa Meyer’s ingenuity in overcoming geographical challenges.

The maneuver was marked by the flawless delivery of the complete filter at its ultimate destination, solidifying Hansa Meyer’s reputation for delivering not just cargo but a job well done.

As the industry applauds Hansa Meyer Brazil’s triumph, it’s evident that their ability to handle complexity with finesse has set a new standard to their specialized transport and logistics.

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