LOGISTICAL CONCEPT FOR THE COMPLETE SET-UP OF A FERTILIZER PLANT IN A REMOTE AREA OF TATARSTAN
The Regional Giant in
Russia. A territory almost twice the size of the United States, or four times as big as the European Union.
A huge country with far-from-ordinary challenges and mega-projects requiring logistics solutions that are both complex and unique. For countries around the world, infrastructure is both an asset and a liability: an asset because it is the basis of all economic activity, but a liability because it must be maintained, updated, modernized and expanded.
This is no different in Russia, but infrastructure here is also subject to a number of additional challenges, such as the nation's sheer geographical size as the world's largest country and temperature variations in some regions of up to 60 °C between summer and wintertime.
“Our biggest challenge in arranging the transports was the missing infrastructure”
Stefan Klukowski, Project Manager at deugro.
Logistical Concept for a Fertilizer Plant
Four years of planning, engineering and execution. Construction of a custom-built jetty to handle weights of 2,000 tons. A multinational team of engineers and logistics experts to execute all of these transports in the most demanding time frame. Read this story of deugro's logistics solution in one of the most complex and challenging environments!
Scope of Work
The overall scope consisted of ocean freight to Antwerp, interim storage and respective consolidation for
on-carriage to the job site in Tatarstan, Mendeleevsk, involving all types of cargo, from container to overdimensional cargo, and heavy lifts up to 462 tons.
Various modes of transport were used, including ocean freight, air freight, road, rail and river sea vessel transport.
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