Projects, Oil and Energy

Team CSS at Projects, Oil & Energy division, is a proven success in the Middle East. Providing end to end solutions in projects management, the company is seen as an expert in the global energy business. The needs of our customers drive our business and our core competencies are closely aligned to their requirements. We carefully study the geographical and product mix of our clients to provide the best solutions while optimizing their businesses and saving them time and money. Our customers know they can count on us for scheduling flexibility, reliability, availability and management accessibility.

In this ever demanding segment where time is money, the Projects, Oil & Energy team at CSS has already carved a name for itself in the region. By successfully handling some of the key accounts in the Middle East the Projects, Oil and Energy team has proven themselves as being the undisputed leader in the area of specialization they have. Our HSE policy provides a safe place for our employees and business associates, to avoid hazards and ensure zero incidents.

Services

  • Middle East, India and worldwide transportation and shipping
  • Global, international Heavy Equipment Logistics and door-to-door freight services via Truck, Sea, Air & Rail
  • Manage every aspect of logistics during the projects’ life span
  • Management defined strictly by the complexity of cargo
  • Monitoring purchase orders globally with updates
  • Dedicated hands on projects / contract co-ordination
  • Expert onsite supervision at origin / destination or any other transit point if required
  • Express cargo shipments
  • Technical planning for all heavy lifts and over dimensional loads via special trucks, barges, ocean vessels and aircrafts
  • Optimal combination of liner services and part / full charters to meet project and contract needs
  • Specification checks & modifications in preparation for transport or shipment
  • Detailed and accurate documentation with updated status report
  • Advice on optimal cargo specifications to minimize cost and maximize safe handling
  • Door to Airport / Sea Port and vice versa
  • Preparation of dispatch paperwork & export documentation
  • Global Shipping, sea cargo container, consolidation – consolidator, special Air Freight charters with global shipping worldwide at competitive rates


 

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CSS Projects, Oil & Energy undertakes transport of 308 tonne Transformer

The team at CSS Projects, Oil & Energy, recently undertook a transformer movement from Derince, Turkey to the Ras Al Khor substation in Dubai. The volume of the cargo was 1000 CBM, and included a 308 tonne power transformer and accessories. Given that the weight of the transformer was greater than the crane gear a special 650 tonne crawler crane had to be arranged at both origin / destination ports to arrange the loading and unloading of the transformer. As the shipment was time sensitive the team at CSS had to ensure that there were no delays at any stage of the shipment until final destination. Once it reached the port of destination the transformer was discharged onto a 14 axle hydraulic trailer at Jebel Ali port and was then moved to the electric substation for final installation by jacking & skidding method. “This movement is a great example of how the team here at CSS Projects, Oil & Energy is able to handle movements that require multiple special handling methods, especially in the case of time sensitive shipments. The experience the team consists of gives them the confidence to immediately address the situation on hand and provide a client with the most effective solution in the given time frame,” added Raj George Sr. VP, Projects Oil & Energy.

CSS Group, Projects, Oil & Energy Gas division recently completed the successful transportation of 11 skids from the UAE to Yemen. “As the cargo had to be moved by road to Yemen, it was important to ensure that the cargo was both safe and secure and that no problem occurred whilst transportation. At CSS safety is of the highest importance, and once again we were able to demonstrate delivery of cargo with the highest level of service excellence,” added Raj George, Senior VP, Projects, Oil & Energy, CSS. The low bed trailers carrying the skids were loaded using a 160 ton crane and given the complexity of the operation the low bed trailers were lined up in the loading area for easier handling.

Another success for CSS Projects, Oil & Energy

The CSS Projects, Oil & Energy division recently completed a delivery of loose cables, which was over 16 km’s in length. The task at hand was to find a solution that would enable the client to transport and install the cable, under the sea, in a smooth and effective manner.

The 22KV subsea composite cable, had a volume of 450 freight tonnes, and was picked up from Tonsberg, Norway and delivered in Abu Dhabi for a government project in the Umm Al Dalkh field. “The success of this movement was in a solution oriented approach, from the inception of the idea to final execution the team involved played an extremely crucial role to ensure the needs of the client were met,” added Ahmad Fuad, Sr. Business Development Manager, CSS Projects, Oil & Energy.

CSS Projects, Oil & Energy also sourced the steel drum and the required equipment’s that allowed for the cable to be delivered as a cable drum, to assist in final installation.

CSS Projects, Oil & Energy division delivers time sensitive cargo in record time

CSS Projects, Oil & Energy recently handled and successfully delivered 12 skids, each weighing more than 33 tonnes to their final destination in Yemen. All of the 12 skids were loaded using 200 tonne cranes onto low bed trailers and were lined up in the loading area for onward road transportation. The entire operation was undertaken and supervised by the CSS Projects team to ensure the project was undertaken seamlessly with no delays encountered as it was a highly time sensitive and critical cargo.”The fact that the entire cargo was delivered to its final destination in 9 days is evidence of the hard work and commitment the team at CSS Projects puts in regardless of the type of cargo, or its final destination. I would like to extend congratulations to the entire team for a job well done,” said Raj George, Senior VP, Projects, Oil & Energy, CSS.

CSS Projects, Oil & Energy undertakes cool delivery

The Projects, Oil & Energy division of CSS Group recently moved 1200 CBM of air cooler units and accessories from a supplier’s yard in Malaysia to the port of Alexandria which is on the West Verge of the Nile Delta between the Mediterranean Sea and Mariut Lake in Alexandria, Egypt.

The entire job was undertaken smoothly and effectively in a very short period, with close coordination with both the agents and supplier. The task ahead of the team at CSS Projects, Oil & Energy was not easy as they had received the job at a very short notice from the clients, but the team took up the challenge and proved once again their dedication and commitment to the customers’ needs.

“Considering the notice period we received to deliver this job, it took the team a lot of dedication and hard work to ensure the delivery was timely and according to the clients expectations,” added Raj George, Senior Vice President, Projects, Oil & Energy, CSS Group.

CSS Group, Projects, Oil & Energy division successfully handled the transport and delivery of cable drums from Hamburg, Germany to Abu Dhabi. The volume of cargo that was handled was 245 cbm. The cargo was loaded onto 20 ft flat rack containers and lashed and secured with extra care for onward transit. “CSS Projects, Oil & Energy takes extra care to ensure the safe delivery of any cargo up to its final point of delivery. This particular project is evidence of the professionalism that the CSS Projects team brings to every job it undertakes,” added, Raj George, Senior Vice President, Projects, Oil & Energy, CSS Group.

The Projects, Oil & Energy division of CSS Group recently handled a large shipment of steel structures, from Haiphong (Vietnam) to Abu Dhabi. The volume of cargo handled was 5100 cbm. CSS Projects, Oil & Energy division chartered a vessel to carry the cargo from Haiphong to Abu Dhabi on behalf of their client. The entire loading operation onto the vessel was done in close coordination with the supplier and vessel owner. To ensure a smooth operation Raj George, Senior VP Projects, Oil & Energy said, “Being present during the loading of the vessel was truly remarkable because of its large volume; I was also able to ensure that all the requirements of the client were adhered to and that the entire operation went according to plan.”

Projects Oil & Energy division of CSS recently completed yet another successful movement of Pressure vessels from Hamriya Port in Sharjah to Ras Laffan. The 3 units weighing 53 tons each was a part of the ongoing Barzan On shore Project. As an initial phase a complete route study was undertaken and required permissions and escort put in place prior to the start up. 3 X 6 axle low bed trailers were positioned for the loading and movement of the units to the site. What made this movement more interesting was the height of the units which were 4.9 meters each. This was resolved by well-planned route study and the knowhow of the region by our team. The units were delivered on time and the Projects, Oil & Energy division had accomplished yet another successful movement.

CSS open yard in Jebel Ali, UAE received a substantial cargo volume which included SGC compressors and accessories which were received at Jebel Ali Port and moved to CSS’ yard for storage. 3 x 120 tonnes SGC compressors on 10 axle hydraulic trailers were offloaded onto the ground using cranes. Also received 15 other over-sized and heavy pieces for movement which was loaded onto heavy duty low bed trailers for offloading at the CSS open yard.

CSS open yard in Jebel Ali, UAE received a substantial cargo volume which included SGC compressors and accessories which were received at Jebel Ali Port and moved to CSS’ yard for storage. 3 x 120 tonnes SGC compressors on 10 axle hydraulic trailers were offloaded onto the ground using cranes. Also received 15 other over-sized and heavy pieces for movement which was loaded onto heavy duty low bed trailers for offloading at the CSS open yard.

Movement of wash water tanks from Ras Al Khaimah to Jebel Ali. The volume of the cargo transported was 1200 CBM and the vehicle that was used for its transportation was an extended long 6 axle hydraulic trailer.

RORO Equipment and other static frame units which are loaded from Jebel Ali to Algeria

Transport & offloading of Cable drums and transformers at client site for DEWA Cable laying project

4 x 335 Tons transformers, 4 x 50 Tons reactors and accessories of about 2500 CBM directly from the heavy lift vessel at Hamriyah Port – Sharjah onto hydraulic multi axle trailers for onward movement to the Ajman site location and installation onto the foundation by jacking and skidding

4 x 335 Tons transformers, 4 x 50 Tons reactors and accessories of about 2500 CBM directly from the heavy lift vessel at Hamriyah Port – Sharjah onto hydraulic multi axle trailers for onward movement to the Ajman site location and installation onto the foundation by jacking and skidding

Export of 6 fire-fighting vehicles & 4 water tankers with pumps. The shipment was transferred from the shippers yard on low beds and moved to Jebel Ali Port and loaded RORO onto the vessel to Umm Qasr.

Export of 6 fire-fighting vehicles & 4 water tankers with pumps. The shipment was transferred from the shippers yard on low beds and moved to Jebel Ali Port and loaded RORO onto the vessel to Umm Qasr.

The 15 reels from Mussafah is moved using the SPMT to loading yard in ESNAAD jetty for end user ARAMCO, Saudi Arabia

Yacht weighing almost 70 Ton and having a length of 25 meter was imported by the local Tecnomar dealer from Italy to Jebel Ali

5 transformers each one weighing 100 Ton to Fujairah – RIFFA / MASAFI / GURFA substation sites

Four Pressure vessels transported from Jebel Ali Port and loaded onto the Break-Bulk vessel for discharge at Kandla Port

140 Ton Evaporator being moved from Mesaieed Port – Qatar

280 Ton Boiler unit being rolled out of the barege-Bahrain

2×90 Ton Compressors being loaded onto barge at Abu Dhabi Port for onward movement to Mussafah

300 Ton HP separator being trasported from the factory to Dunkirk Port in France for loading on vessel to Abu Dhabi

250 Ton Transformer being received on hydraulic trailer at jebel ali, Dubai

6×80 Ton Desaltor vessels loaded on barge and sailing to Kuwait