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GS Express oversaw incinerator plant revival project in Malaysia

MALAYSIA's GS Express Logistics XLProjects member was contracted with receiving, handling and transportation of two main sections of Incinerators from Penang to Langkawi Incinerator Plant, Kampung Belanga Pecah, Langkawi, Malaysia

20 February 2020 - 19:00

MALAYSIA's GS Express Logistics XLProjects member was contracted with receiving, handling and transportation of two main sections of Incinerators from Penang to Langkawi Incinerator Plant, Kampung Belanga Pecah, Langkawi, Malaysia.

This project was in line with the government's incinerator plant revival efforts, reports the American Journal of Transportation.



One set of vessel bridge and one set of platform hydraulic multi axle trailer were arranged to receive the cargoes from a mother ship at Penang and then transferred to a Prai Jetty and rolled onto a 180-foot barge and tied down.



Barge then sailed from Prai Jetty to Tanjung Lembung Jetty, Langkawi for roll off operation. The distance from Tanjung Lembung Jetty, Langkawi to the Incinerator Plant was 20 kilometres and the route went through Langkawi's main town of Kuah Town.



Police escorts, local authorities escort and cable lines dismantling teams had to be arranged throughout the entire transportation and the transportation duration took nine hours to complete.



Once at site, both main sections of incinerators were jacked down onto support stools for onward assembly works by site. This said delivery by GS Express Logistics to this incinerator plant is the second time it was involved with logistics works with the plant as we were the same logistics partner appointed to set up the plant back in 2009.


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