Al Nahrain deliver cargo for oil exploration via Umm Qasr Port

Al Nahrain (Cargo Connection members in Jordan and Iraq) have delivered cargo for an oil exploration company and the Ministry of Oil in Iraq.
The consignment of eight heavy drill rig units weighing 13-tons each, a water tanker and nine cases of spare parts was picked up at Umm Qasr Port in Iraq.
The consignment of eight heavy drill rig units weighing 13-tons each, a water tanker and nine cases of spare parts was picked up at Umm Qasr Port in Iraq.

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Al Nahrain (Cargo Connection members in Jordan and Iraq) have delivered cargo for an oil exploration company and the Ministry of Oil in Iraq.

The consignment of eight heavy drill rig units weighing 13-tons each, a water tanker and nine cases of spare parts was picked up at Umm Qasr Port in Iraq and delivered to the oil exploration company in Baghdad.

“The Al Nahrain team swiftly and successfully completed all requirements needed for the transportation from Umm Qasr Port to the final destination in Baghdad City,” the company said in a statement.

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Their escort patrol accompanied the shipment and handed over all units safely and as received from the vessel.

“This type of heavy vehicles required special low-beds plus one truck for the spare parts,” said Ragheb S. Banat, director of operation and logistics services at Al Nahrain.

“To ensure the secure and safe cargo delivery, our qualified drivers and technical team applied suitable lashing materials accordingly. During the trip from the port to final destination, the convoy was followed up persistently and continuously to supply all parties with on-the-spot reports,” he added.