Transport company “Beyik Yupek Yoly” carried out the transportation of heavy cargo

A member of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, “Beyik Yupek Yoly” individual enterprise, has successfully completed the transportation of heavy bulky cargo from Turkmenbashi International Sea Port to Turkmenbashi oil processing complex.

The cargo - a sectional cooler weighing 111 tons - was shipped from Germany by order of the Dutch company PetroGas. Its parameters: length - 28.45, width - 3.41, height - 3.72 meters. It is designed to cool calcined petroleum coke from 1330 degrees to 120 degrees Celsius.

Highly qualified specialists of IE “Beyik Yupek Yoly” developed schemes for reloading the object, loading it onto a trailer and transporting it to its destination. Thanks to their teamwork and professionalism, transportation of heavy bulky cargo to TOPC took 15-16 hours.

In the process of transportation, modern equipment was involved. Including two cranes – Liebher LTM 1500, with a loading capacity of 500 tons and Liebher LTM280, with a loading capacity of 84 tons, as well as CombiMAX - a unique and multifunctional concept of a low loader trailer.

Since 2010, IE “Beyik Yupek Yoly” has been carrying out activities in the field of transport and logistics both in Turkmenistan and at the international level, has extensive experience in the transportation of dangerous, perishable, bulky heavy, as well as other non-standard cargoes.

Today, the company employs more than 100 specialists, whose number is growing due to an increase in the volume of work performed.

The head office of IE “Beyik Yupek Yoly” is located in Ashgabat and the largest branch in Turkmenbashi city. Also, the company’s offices are located in all regions of the country, which allows you to solve logistics problems quickly.

The company’s activities contribute to the implementation of government programs aimed at modernizing the domestic transport industry, expanding existing and creating new areas of the transport and communication network, its involvement in the international logistics system.