Steder delivers power parts to Harare

Steder delivers power parts to Harare

Aug 05, 2016: Breakbulk carrier Steder Group has transported a variety of heavy equipment for a temporary power plant project in Zimbabwe.

The deliveries included four breakbulk transformers, several cable reels, a wheel loader and almost 500 containers, which were delivered from all over the globe to the project site in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Many of the heavier items were first shipped to Durban, South Africa, and the team handling the project at Steder collaborated with South African firm SpedagInterfreight to ensure safe transportation for the 1700 kilometer onward road journey.

Steder and Spedag are members of the Worldwide Project Consortium, or WWPC, a global network connecting breakbulk firms around the world.

The WWPC also reports that Malawian company Land-Air Cargo recently completed a breakbulk contract moving construction materials for the Salima Sugar Plant project.

The contract involved numerous heavy lift cargo including 900 40-foot containers, 600 20-foot and 200 low bed trucks.

Image credit: Steder Group

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