As BBN previously reported, Hansa Meyer has been working on a large logistics project in Thailand for the past three years. The last heavy items have been shipped and the project is now complete.

For three years, The Hansa-Meyer team in Thailand has been working – hand in hand with their HQ in Germany and their other global offices on a very challenging hydropower project located in Laos, Thailand.

According to Hansa Meyer, moving out the last heavy items from Laem Chabang to the barge jetty point went smooth and perfectly in time after having the Thai road permit on hand.

“This is also thanks to our partners which proactively took PRC tests in respective provinces in order to comply with the latest HSE measurements. The crossings with the barge – which has been brought up to international standards beforehand – went very smoothly also thanks to the support of local authorities involved.”

The operation has marked another milestone in Indochina for Hansa Meyer Global moving this critical cargo in such unprecedented and challenging times.

“Further tightening measures and closed borders kept our team busy having cargo moving which was made possible in particular by attending several COVID-Committee meetings across Thailand. From adapting our HSE plans to the pandemic, adapting to the feedback of the different authorities or taking final surveys of the Mekong water level – the challenges were far-reaching. However, all have been done in time, thanks to the strong support of our longstanding partners from the private and public sector. This is what teamwork truly looks like!”

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