OUR RECENT PROJECTS
We are constantly involved in numerous large machine moving and rigging projects in and around Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as our day to day, machine moving and abnormal transport. We are proud to be involved with local and international customers who rely on our knowledge and expertise to do an astounding job time and time again.
TRANSPORTATION OF ACCIDENT DAMAGED LOCOS
We successfully handled the transportation of 4 accident damaged locomotives from Namibia to Pretoria. Our team utilised our state-of-the-art multi-axle trailers and hydraulic gantry to efficiently offload the locos.
1600 TON MECHANICAL PRESS | PORT ELIZABETH
REMOVAL OF OLD BALL MILL
We successfully executed the removal of an old 53 ton ball mill at a gold mine.
ABNORMAL TRANSPORTATION OF BULLET TANKS
Bullet Tanks, each measuring 27M in length and 3.5M in diameter, weighing 55 ton, departing from our yard in Johannesburg en route to Maputo, Mozambique.
117 TON TRANSFORMER
We successfully executed the transportation, offloading, and positioning of a 117 ton transformer utilising our advanced jack and slide system.
SIX-AXLE EXTENDABLE AND STEERABLE TRAILER
The locomotive was successfully loaded onto our six-axle extendable and steerable trailer.
50 TON OVERHEAD CRANE | 24FT AG MILL INSTALLATION | ANGOLA
A 50 ton overhead crane was successfully lifted into place for the purpose of facilitating the installation of a new 24ft AG mill at a mining site in Angola.
KAMOA-KAKULA PROJECT | DRC
We successfully transported, offloaded and positioned two 220kV 85 ton transformers at the Kakula Mine Site in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Our team of experienced professionals worked around the clock to ensure the safe and efficient completion of this project.
LOCOMOTIVES | MOZAMBIQUE
Two locos were transported and offloaded in Mozambique utilising our hydraulic gantry system.
180 TON ROTARY KILN
Loaded and transported from Richards Bay to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
4 X LOCOMOTIVES | 70 TON EACH
Successfully transported, offloaded and positioned at a mine in the Northern Cape.