Tight squeeze for Holleman

16 August 2016

Holleman moved 8 mill supports and frames each having a 5.03 m diameter from Bulgaria to Poland

Holleman moved 8 mill supports and frames each having a 5.03 m diameter from Bulgaria to Poland

Bulgaria-based specialized transport company Holleman has delivered 8 mill supports and frames from Bulgaria to Poland.

Having successfully delivered the same cargo at the end of 2015, the company won the contract to move the cargo from Bulgaria to Poland.

Holleman loaded the components - each having a 5.03 metre diameter and up to 23 tonnes of weight - in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria on the 4th and 8th of August and delivered the cargo in Port Ruse on the same dates.

The next day, the supports and frames were reloaded onto a river vessel heading for Slovakia. There, in the Port of Bratislava, the cargo will be transhipped again on to trucks and delivered to the final destination in Opole, Poland.

Holleman is a member of both the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) and Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) for Bulgaria.

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