Project Logistics & Special Transport

Whether you need to transport voluminous beer tanks from the Czech Republic, an entire bottling line from Germany to Africa, or rollers for extremely heavy loads from China to Belgium, you can count on us as your Transport Architects for door-to-door transport of your exceptional loads.

Our experienced forwarders make sure that your shipment is safely collected and delivered in line with the agreements made and your budget. Remant specialises in international logistics for special transport or inaccessible locations. As such, Remant provides logistics solutions so you can concentrate on your core business.

Custom logistics for your complex transport or outsize load

Special transport requires a thorough preliminary study, field knowledge, and continuous monitoring during the transport. Our Transport Architects have the experience to map the risks and the local contacts and partnerships to ensure a smooth and secure delivery. We develop a tailor-made plan in consultation with our customers.

Know-how of African corridors

Our teams can regularly be found onsite, monitoring changes on the region’s logistical landscape. Our partnerships are founded on trust, ensuring a stable and fruitful collaboration. Personality is important in everything we do at Remant, and our customers, partners and suppliers reap the fruits of this.

Thanks to our many years of experience, you can count on our excellent and professional service and knowledge of:

  • project management and VLM: site visits, route reconnaissance, bridge calculations, negotiations with stakeholders and a transparent cost analysis with all the transport modes, applications for permits, removal of street furniture, disconnection of power lines…
  • project cargo,
  • special transport of outsize and/or heavy loads, including mining machines, equipment goods, steel or cast iron pipes, heavy transformers, generators and raw materials… we assure door-to-door transport, from the plant to the end customer,
  • inaccessible areas,
  • country-specific administrative obligations and local customs.

We use multimodal transport to ensure the most cost-efficient, fast and secure delivery of your project. Our worldwide network of reliable and professional partners guarantees high-quality transport, offering customers the certainty that their shipments will arrive.

Transport brewery Poland to Congo

Our Transport Architects shipped an entire dismantled brewery from Kielce (Poland) to the Democratic Republic of Congo. We used various modes of transport for the transport from the inland site to the port, including road transport as well as barges. Moreover, we completed this ambitious undertaking within the time frame specified by our customer.

Some of the challenges that we encountered during the special transport of an entire brewery from Poland to Congo:

  • Routing: in the inland regions of Poland to Sandomierz, where we had a loading quay built to load the lighter used to transport this special cargo to the port of Gdynia after which it was shipped to Pointe Noire in Congo-Brazzaville by sea freight.
  • Forms of transport used: truck, barge, and chartered vessel
  • Special transport and organisation of VLM (disconnection of power lines and removal of street furniture in various locations)
  • Cargo volume: +/- 5,500 m³ for the entire project (beer tanks and machinery)
  • The weight of the individual beer tanks varied between 15 and 25 tons, depending on the type of tank.
  • Breakbulk in combination with 150 containers
  • Night transport
  • Personal follow-up and various trips to Poland

Transport of 3,800 m³ of cast iron pipes

Remant’s Transport Architects arranged the transport of 3,800 m³ of cast iron pipes by sea freight from Antwerp to the port of Luanda in Angola. The total weight of the shipment was 1,352 tons. Remant monitored the cargo and transport from door to door.

Some challenges that we encountered during the special transport of cast iron pipes from Antwerp to Angola, Africa

  • Remant performed a preliminary inspection of the goods at the supplier and examined the options on the quay.
  • Repackaging of the pipes.
  • Partitions were produced to ensure the pipes could be safely and stably transported in the vessel’s hull.