Oil pipes shipped from china to Iraq by break bulk

Oil pipes were shipped from China to Iraq using the break bulk method, which involves transporting them as individual pieces rather than in containers. This method is chosen due to the size, weight, and specific requirements of the oil pipes.

The logistics process begins with providing and coordinating the transportation and logistics in China, by handling the pickup of the oil pipes from the supplier's location. The oil pipes are then transported by specialized vehicles, ensuring their safety and proper handling during transit.

At the port of departure in China, we arranged for the oil pipes to be loaded onto the break bulk vessel. This vessel is equipped with heavy lifting equipment, such as cranes, to facilitate the loading process. Our skilled personnel carefully secure and stow the oil pipes onboard the vessel, ensuring they are protected from damage and movement during transportation.

During the sea voyage, the break bulk vessel follows a predetermined route to Iraq. The vessel's crew monitors the cargo's safety and undertakes any necessary precautions to mitigate risks during the journey.

Upon arrival at the port in Iraq, the vessel is positioned at a suitable berth, and the unloading process begins. Specialized equipment, such as cranes and forklifts, is used to carefully remove the oil pipes from the vessel. Skilled personnel handle the pipes with precision, ensuring their safe and efficient transfer from the vessel to the port.

Once unloaded, the oil pipes are then transported to their final destination within Iraq, typically using trucks or other suitable modes of ground transportation. Throughout the entire process, our logistics providers coordinate with customs authorities to ensure compliance with import/export regulations and handle any necessary documentation or customs clearance procedures.

By utilizing the break bulk method, the shipment of oil pipes from China to Iraq is efficiently managed, considering the specific size and weight requirements of the cargo. This method allows for the safe transportation of the individual pipes, ensuring they reach their destination in Iraq intact and ready for use in oil-related projects.