Sivakumar Hariharan, Head of Instar Project Logistics Middle East joined for Break Bulk Press Conference held in ANDEC together with the Director of Federal Transport Authority Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Ports and BB Event Organizers and had talk about INSTAR Projects Projects, the opportunities of EPC Projects in the Middle East sectors.
The international group appoints Frank Bichowski as new Chief Executive Officer per February 1st, 2017. He will help the 25 years old family owned group to strengthen its Energy & Petrochemical footprint and to further expand in developing and niche markets.
INSTAR Projects & Logistics Group employ 1200 highly motivated staff in 40 offices, covering 20 countries. It is one of the fastest growing specialist service providers with a strong focus on transport and solutions engineering, heavy lift transportation, project logistics, installation and construction. Top notch in-house engineering teams paired with own assets, state of the art project management and IT solutions, enable planning and execution of projects of all sizes and types. INSTAR creates values by helping clients and partners to engineer and execute the safest, most economical and environmental friendly solutions safe, on time and on budget.
In May 2016 LLC “Instar Logistics” company took an active part in the exhibition-conference “BreakBulk RUS” which was first held in Russia in Moscow as part of the largest annual exhibition for the transport of heavy lift cargo Trans Russia.
Key employees of the company made a report about the execution of major projects on the transport of oversized loads. Also meetings were held with potential clients and partners.
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INSTAR Project Logistics BVBA 100% subsidiary of INSTAR Logistics LLP has raised corporate flag of INSTAR at Maritime House
On the 4th of April INSTAR Project Logistics BVBA 100% subsidiary of INSTAR Logistics LLP has raised corporate flag of INSTAR at Maritime House, Antwerp, Belgium to mark it’s solid presence in Benelux countries.
Instar Logistics Company has successfully organized and carried out the transportation of five boilers from BOSCH factory in Germany and in Shymkent, Kazakhstan.
This is equipment was necessary for the creation of vital object infrastructure. Тransportation route passed from Gunzenhausen / Germany (factory) where been loading and delivery vehicles in the river port of Roth / Germany has been carried out.
Further, transship on a barge and then delivery to the port of Rotterdam. This port transship from a barge on a ship for successive delivery to St. Petersburg port. In St. Petersburg, conducted conducted registration of transit declarations, the organization of intermediate survey of cargo and overload on the cars for delivery to Shymkent destination. From St. Petersburg cars we drove through the city Aktobe (Kazakhstan) where has been made the customs clearance. In Shymkent organized by request of the recipient unloading of cargo from trucks on the foundation with setting boilers for fixing points
Parameters 1 Boiler: 10.76 x 4.52 x 4.79 / 85.240 kg.
The beginning of works - 10/30/2014, at the end - of 12.26.2014
Delivery of equipment and raw materials for construction of full cycle plant for manufacturing of monocrystalline silicon wafers in Podolsk (Moscow region)
In February 2016, under implementation of RF Government Decree No. 449 of May 28, 2013 "About incentive mechanism of harnessing of renewable resources at wholesale market for electricity and power" LLC "Solar Silicon Technologies" held a tender for forwarding services regarding delivery of technological equipment in Podolsk for construction of full cycle plant for manufacturing of monocrystalline silicon wafers. Following the results of submitted proposals, LLC "Instar Logistics" was nominated to provide forwarding services to this project.
Within implementation of the above project, "Instar Logistics" executed delivery of the following equipment and materials:
- oversize technological equipment (line for growing monosilicon, cleaning lines, various machines) for the construction of full cycle plant for manufacturing of monocrystalline silicon wafers used for the production of solar modules (more than 750 tons)
- silicon raw materials (briquettes, ingots) (more than 180 tons)
- consumables used in silicon wafers production
- solar modules with a total capacity of 15.1 MW (over 1,150 tons)
Routes of transportation:
- Port of Busan, South Korea - the port St. Petersburg (sea transportation)
- Port of Manila, Philippines - the port St. Petersburg (sea transport)
- Port St. Petersburg - Podolsk (road transport)
- Port Shanghai, China - port Novorossiysk (sea transportation)
- Port Novorossiysk - Astrakhan solar plant -1 (road transport)
Lda. INSTAR Project Logistics and Instar Project BVBA (Belgium) have successfully finished unloading of the first vessel with 2567 pipes under Saint Gobain contract for storage at Instar’s warehouse in Maputo, Mozambique. Own trucks and trailer were used for the job.