The Situation
of the Client

A commercial bakery purchased two commercial silos in Columbus, Ohio, as equipment for their facilities in Jamaica. For this, they needed freight forwarders who have the expertise to transport the silos in the most efficient and timely way.

Category:
Commercial Bakery
Client: Bakery
Location: Columbus, Ohio to Kingston, Jamaica
Timeline: 21 Days

The Challenges

A commercial bakery had to export two bakery silos that are 12 feet in diameter, 45 feet in length, and 25,000 pounds in weight from Ohio to Jamaica. For this to happen, they required the silos to be loaded onto trailers, transported to Miami, and shipped to Jamaica at the right time and in the most efficient way.

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The Solution

To ship the cargo on time, Ben Federico coordinated all requirements of the project. These include riggers that would load the silos, a drop deck trailer to accommodate the diameter of the cargo, expert drivers to overcome height restrictions on the road and weather conditions, ocean vessels, and synchronizing all these requirements to avoid idle times.

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The Result

The trucks were able to pick the cargo in Ohio on August 26th, deliver it in Miami to sail on September 13th, and have it arrive in Jamaica on September 16th. Due to the proper coordination of all requirements and on-time delivery of the cargo, they were able to install the silos without any delays and minimize the overall cost of the project.

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The Situation of the Client

A commercial bakery purchased two commercial silos in Columbus, Ohio, as equipment for their facilities in Jamaica. For this, they needed freight forwarders who have the expertise to transport the silos in the most efficient and timely way.

Category:
Commercial Bakery
Client:
Bakery
Location: Columbus, Ohio to Kingston, Jamaica
Timeline: 21 Days

The Challenges

A commercial bakery had to export two bakery silos that are 12 feet in diameter, 45 feet in length, and 25,000 pounds in weight from Ohio to Jamaica. For this to happen, they required the silos to be loaded onto trailers, transported to Miami, and shipped to Jamaica at the right time and in the most efficient way.

The Solution

To ship the cargo on time, Ben Federico coordinated all requirements of the project. These include riggers that would load the silos, a drop deck trailer to accommodate the diameter of the cargo, expert drivers to overcome height restrictions on the road and weather conditions, ocean vessels, and synchronizing all these requirements to avoid idle times.

The Result

The trucks were able to pick the cargo in Ohio on August 26th, deliver it in Miami to sail on September 13th, and have it arrive in Jamaica on September 16th. Due to the proper coordination of all requirements and on-time delivery of the cargo, they were able to install the silos without any delays and minimize the overall cost of the project.