The loading of parts that will be used in the expansion of Klabin’s Puma II Project, in Curitiba, reached the Container Terminal of Paranaguá (PR) last May. Due to the lack of payment from Kerui Método, Comperj equipment is stopped at the Port of Rio.

The logistics company responsible for the operation, which included unloading, transporting and storing the parts, was TCP Log, a logistics subsidiary of TCP, the company that manages the Terminal.

The process took approximately 13 hours. There were 22 pieces with weights ranging from 2,600 to 22,500 kilos.

During the transhipment operation from the ship to the pier, TCP’s on-board cranes and equipment were applied: two MHC cranes with a capacity of 100 tons and two reach stackers.

The transport to the warehouse, on the other hand, was carried out with special trucks, from the terminal’s own fleet, which have the capacity to transport loads with excess dimensions and weight over 90 tons.

“TCP Log did all the prior planning, designing and simulating the entire operation so that there were no unforeseen events. In addition to our rigorous planning, we follow service level agreements (SLAs) that are previously aligned on a case-by-case basis and, at the end of each execution, we prove our efficiency through the indicators ”, explains TCP’s Commercial Director, Thomas Limas.

“The experience of our dedicated team for these operations added to our sensitivity to understand what really matters to our customers, with all its peculiarities, makes the project loading operations to occur in a natural and smooth way for us”, completes the executive.


Source: Click Petrólio e Gás