Goodrich Logistics handles EPC transportation project from India to Africa
Goodrich Logistics has recently executed the first batch of a massive transportation project for an Indian engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) giant.
March 20, 2020: Goodrich Logistics has recently executed the first batch of a massive transportation project for an Indian engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) giant.
The project involves the movement of around 700 containers including out of gauge (OOG) & breakbulk units from factories in Central & North India to numerous sites across Senegal and Mali. The notable cargo includes 2 x 80MT transformers.
Special permits needed to be procured from various local ministries for the execution of this project and the timeline for deliveries had to be clinically planned to ensure the smooth movement of shipments from the various gateway ports to the interior sites while also having to cross international borders.
The Goodrich is based in Mumbai, India promoted by T Venkataraman and R Gopal. In the ensuing 19 years of its existence, the company expanded geographically from a small presence in Mumbai to various ports and inland container depots (ICDs) in India and overseas. Today Goodrich has a very strong presence in overseas locations like the UAE, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Kazakhstan, and the US.