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July, 2019

To South America from the Middle East


CSS PROJECTS TEAM MOVE MI-8 CHOPPER TO ITS DESTINATION

It was yet another feather on the cap of the CSS Dubai team when they successfully executed the shipment of Mi- 8 chopper from the Middle East to South America, recently. The whole process of transportation was done for the Mi-8 helicopter using modes of transport, which included Air, Land and Sea to get it to its final destination in South America. Mi-8 helicopters are medium twin-turbine helicopters with capabilities of passenger transportation and was airlifted from the origin point in the Middle East to DWC Airport via IL-76 aircraft. The fuselage and the tail rotor were dismantled and loaded on the aircraft using the onboard cranes and offloaded the same way once the aircraft arrived at DWC Airport.

“It was a meticulously planned and executed project from our side, and high expertise is needed for such movements. Every point of the move has to be carefully studied before preparing the blue print. Our prior experience mattered a lot in the successful execution of this job. Thanks to the team who took part in this job” Commented Anita Jaikrishnan, Manager, Special Projects.

Once the fuselage and its dismantled parts were loaded on low bed trucks, it made its way to the CFS of CSS in Jebel Ali. The CSS crew was ready with all of the necessary equipment to cross load the unit onto a 40’ Flat Rack and other gear for the different parts of the helicopter, viz, the rotor blades, engines etc. The unit was then loaded onto a 40’ Flat Rack, after which, the professional lashing team got to work, securing the unit with belts and chains before finally giving it a proper wrapping with a reinforced tarpaulin before sending it off to the port.


November, 2018

Jebel Ali to Jakarta


WINDER MACHINE AND EQUIPMENT FOR TREATING MATERIALS, MOVED BY CSS PROJECTS

Projects team at CSS Dubai headed by Sreenath, VP Projects handled movement of Winder Machine and Equipment for Treating Materials, recently. The details of the project move were shared with Lighthouse by the Team leader. The cargo was moved from Jebel Ali to Jakarta with much preparations in hand for a hassle-free job completion. The cargo volume totalled 1400 FT with SOC, OOG on Flat racks and break-bulk items.

“Handling multiple items on a single project always poses an exciting challenge. Moreover, it’s a great opportunity to prove your efficiency in the subject. All credit to our onsite team headed by Ratheesh, Projects supervisor, who enjoyably engaged with each and every moment till completion” commented Sajith Vijayan, Manager CSS Projects in Dubai.

The scope of work included Anticorrosion coating, shrink wrapping, Tarpaulin wrapping, Crating and packing as per the item requirement, the cargo loading and stuffing from the shipper yard, Lashing and securing of cargo onto flat racks & Transportation to Jebel Ali port. The scope also included all documentation and customs formalities.
The experienced CSS projects team conducted the required cargo survey and did a detailed study of scope prior to the commencement of the move. Each point of the entire project was carefully assessed to ensure a reliable and smooth journey of the cargo. CSS Group Projects Senior Vice President Raj George congratulated the team on the successful and timely accomplishment of the project.


November, 2018

Air Cargo to Lagos


PROJECT CARGO MOVEMENT FROM DUBAI TO LAGOS

Details of an Air Project Cargo movement was released by the Projects team of CSS Dubai. The cargo movement was executed to Lagos. The movement was successfully handled and completed by the team, specialised in Air Cargo Projects handling. 22 tons of Steel plates and pipes were air freighted from Dubai to the African destination.

“Hands on experience is an indispensable factor for a successful Air Cargo Project completion. Extensive Knowledge about the airline requirements and packaging specifications gives an edge for CSS Projects team when such need steps in” said Sreenath V, Vice President, Operations & Projects, CSS Group.

The scope of work included, collection and packing of the cargo as per airline guidelines and executing the air freight to the destination. Timely follow up with the airline companies and updating the client about the status of the cargo in regular intervals becomes crucial to keep the movement robust. The assistance from the air freight department at CSS Dubai needs a special mention here. They have done a commendable job in successfully executing this project.

The successful completion of this air project cargo movement has once again proved the trustworthiness of the Projects division of CSS Group, who have already in its kitty a long list of renowned Project cargo movements in the Middle East over the last two decades.


September, 2018

MOVING TRUCKS TO MALE


Air Craft rescue firefighting trucks, moved by CSS Projects team
An interesting project movement was successfully concluded by CSS Projects team lead by Sony Mathews recently. The details of the movement were explained to Lighthouse by Sony himself. Air Craft Rescue Firefighting trucks were the cargo. There were Two trucks to be moved from its origin at Jebel Ali to the destination at Male. The experienced CSS projects team conducted the pre-move survey of the route and the destination prior to the commencement of the move. Each point of the entire project was carefully assessed to ensure a fool proof and smooth journey of the cargo.

The trucks which were Out of Gauge, were loaded on to Flat Rack containers using special lifting gears. “We enjoyed each point of the project execution. The movement was challenging at the same time exciting. Two cranes were engaged for tandem lift. Special wooden supports were provided for the accurate positioning of the trucks onto the flat racks. The trucks were lashed on to the flat racks and secured with suitable chains & buckles”, mentioned the team leader.

All documentation and sanction pre-requisites were properly met so as to ensure a hassle-free cargo movement. “Project movements always demand experience and skilful handling. Executing the movement on-time with cent percent success is what we look into, at CSS. Our past experience and successful results attract clients to us when such demands pitch in”, commented Raj George, Senior Vice President, Projects Oil & Energy, CSS Group, after the successful project completion.


September, 2018

CARGO BY AIR


Project Cargo Movement from Dubai to Lagos

CSS Projects team has released details of an Air Project Cargo movement done to Lagos recently, to Lighthouse. The said movement was successfully handled and completed by the Projects team at CSS Dubai. 68 tons of Pipes, flanges, stud bolts and nuts were air freighted from Dubai to the African destination.

“Extensive examination of the scope and aim of the project movement needs to be analyzed before commencing such projects. Our experience in the field of project forwarding helped us a lot in this regard” said Sajith Vijayan, Manager, Projects Oil & Energy Division, CSS Dubai.

As per Sajith, the main challenge in this particular project was managing the movement within a short time frame. The entire cargo was moved in four different lots and different aircrafts, based on cargo movable on passenger flights and cargo flights and with minimum transhipments. The scope of the project included collection of the cargo, completion of airworthy packaging and per the airline guidelines and doing the airfreight.

“Timely follow up with the airline companies and updating the client about the status of the cargo in regular intervals becomes indispensable to keep the movement robust. The assistance from the air freight department at CSS Dubai needs a special mention here. They have done a commendable job in successfully executing this project”, mentioned Sreenath V., Vice President, Projects Oil & Energy Division, CSS Group.

The successful completion of this air project cargo movement has once again proved the trustworthiness of the Projects division of CSS Group, who have already in its credit a long list of renowned Project cargo movements in the Middle East over the last two decades.


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