Sima Marine Transport moves UN (Indian Army) Cargo from Mombasa to South Sudan

24 Apr 2017

‘Inter Africa’, a Kenyan based transportation company – Sima Marine  – was appointed for clearance and transportation of the UN & Indian Army cargo from Mombasa port to 2 locations in South Sudan (i.e. Juba and Bor) on their fleet of brand new trucks. Highly skilled staff of ‘Inter Africa’ prepared economical loading plan and supervised technical aspects of loading considering all safety and security aspects of haulage.‘Inter Africa’ took utmost care for safely transporting and successfully delivering the cargo to the Army base camp in South Sudan despite various challenges including security concern & stringent procedures of border clearance.

‘Inter Africa’ deployed 32 trucks and trailers to move the 75 pieces/packages weighing approx. 597 Tons comprising of Road Rollers, Water Treatment Plants, Truck dumps, Front End Loaders, Concrete Mixer, Tractors, Bus, Forklifts, and Other Military equipment. The convoy of trucks carrying this cargo traveled a distance of around 1,900 kms from Mombasa port to South Sudan after border clearance at Uganda and South Sudan. Specialized teams worked out the most economical routing while managing strict delivery deadlines. It took the convoy approx. 10 days to reach the final destination safe and sound.

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