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Heavy & Abnormal Loads

Our heavy and abnormal transport operations department offers a complete project management package from the movement of single items, to complete breakbulk contracts for heavy and abnormal cargo with worldwide coverage.

This service encompasses technical planning, permits and escorts, seafreight, airfreight, road transport and crane hire utilising as well as our specialist hydraulic and steerable trailer equipment.

Case studies

AGGLOMERATOR DRUM AND 59 PACKAGES OF PLATE WORK

Agglomerator Drum and 59 packages of Plate Work: We had the privilege of being awarded a contract to transit customs clear and transport 59 packag...

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HEAVY TRANSPORT OF DUMP TRUCKS

HEAVY TRANSPORT OF DUMP TRUCKS Jonmoore  was recommended by a transport company in Greece by one of the shipping lines in Ghana. This company...

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LIEBHERR R 984 EXCAVATOR

Liebherr R 984 Excavator Jonmoore transported a Liebherr R 984 excavator with a weight of 110Tons. The bucket and stick were transported separate...

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Moolmans Demobilization from Iduapriem

 MAJOR PROJECTIONS IN 2014  Moolmans Demobilization from Iduapriem In January 2014, we were contracted by FH Bertling to assist with th...

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