Construction equipment from Peru to Canada

Posted by livologist

Livorno, April 14, 2020

Livo Logistics and C.H. Robinson have recently teamed up to deliver critical construction equipment. There was a total of 25 main units broken down into 52 pieces of cargo. The cargo originated in Peru and was transported to the port of Olympia in Washington from the port of Pisco in Peru.

Livo Logistics chartered the ocean carrier and coordinated delivery of the equipment to the port of loading.

C.H. Robinson had boots on the ground and supervised all port operations including the vessel’s discharge and the loading of the specialised truck trailers. Their team also customs cleared the cargo and managed all border crossing activities prior to the 840-mile journey to Acheson.

It took a total of 46 days to safely transport the 2,700cbm (1,000mtn) of cargo from origin to destination, which also included 10 containers in two lots from Mexico that required destuffing. Both teams  sucessfully executed the delivery of crawler hydraulic excavators, pipe layers and other critical components to a Brownfield site in Acheson, Alberta, Canada. All the cargo arrived on time and in good condition.