What is an Abnormal Load? A simplistic definition of an Abnormal Load is a consignment that is not normal. Having said that,…
What constitutes a transport problem?
Literally anything and everything. Your problem may be relatively simple – a single trailer movement, which has to be arranged at short notice. On the other hand, it could be something much more complex – involving route surveys, cargo inspections, dismantling, packing, cranes, trucks, ships or planes – carefully monitored all the way through to the final destination, whether this is local or to the other side of the world.
In the section below we illustrate just a few of the challenges faced by the STG team – some of which are recurring, many of which are unique. Although some movements may have similarities, they are never identical – the cargo characteristics, number of pieces, weights and dimensions, collection and delivery points, routings, timings etc are likely be different – each adding a further dimension to the task in hand.