Kamor Logistics, Project Cargo Specialist member from Israel, recently transported a Trimaran wind-farm service vessel from Haifa to Taichung, Taiwan.

The specifications of the cargo include dimensions of 27.2 (L) x 10.6 (W) x 15.0 (H) meters and a weight of 70 MT. The designated cradle for this cargo also weighed an additional 5 MT.

Kamor Logistics covered a variety of services for this shipment, including chartering of the vessel, cradle assembly, pre-carriage formalities and arrangements, as well as ocean freight.

The cradle itself required installation, and attached to the bottom of the middle before the cargo was loaded thanks to a team of divers, a shore team and a crane.

Due to the looming threat of weather conditions, Kamor Logistics were forced to assemble the cradle only a day earlier.

On the day of loading, Kamor Logistics had the Trimaran and cradle assembly brought underhook by a small tug to be lifted out of the water by ship’s crane.

Dedicated support dunnage constructions for stowage were prepared and supplied in advance.