Transporting non-standard freight, such as oversized and overweight cargo, requires different and unique solutions. That is why such orders are called “projects.”
Project logistics is a complex market. Ignoring the rules can result in serious problems and significant unforeseen expenses for the cargo owner.
Every project shipment begins with a careful analysis of the cargo and its specific features, possible itineraries and the careful investigation of each stage of the route.
After examining the cargo and considering all possible alterations, a graphic plan is designed, which includes an explanation justifying the selection of each specific type of transport.
Then a budget is calculated, which outlines the costs and expenses for every single operation, including alternatives for mitigating the expected risks.
The main project logistics carriers are specialized road, sea, inland water, railway and air transport.