World’s Largest Mining Trucks Transported
Strong local expertise coupled with global logistics experience successfully delivered this project transportation of the world’s largest dumper trucks to Latin America.
8th June 2018
This exceptional assignment involved 6 x T284 dump trucks which were assembled off-site on one hectare of land. ALS project managed the complete logistics of the 6 dump trucks from (production) ‘line to mine’. This included Break Bulk shipment of the heavy truck components under WWO’s service North America/South America and also by container shipment for the collections from 5 global factories, all for consolidation at the Assembly Area at WW’s EPC in Manzanillo. Once the dump trucks were fully assembled at gross 260T, ALS then arranged transportation by heavy-lift barge to the mines own Port of Punta Rincon.
ALS Group Project Activity:
- ALS Ittervoort: Project Director
- ALS Moerdijk: Project Concept and Feasibility Studies
- ALS UK: Project Operations
- ALS Antwerp: Truck component container shipments and spare parts supply chain.
See more details on this project: Mining Case Study
"It was a really collaborative effort among all of us. ALS's capability to coordinate transport of extremely large components and WWO's strong local expertise was the key to this success"