2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
INFORMATION

            The Freight Co Ltd with offices in China Thailand and
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INSTRUCTIONS
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INFORMATION / INDEX

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FOUR VISION CO LTD




2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
AT A GLANCE

            Four Vision Co Ltd is a Bangkok based holding company
            The group focuses on business i...
GROUP ORGANIZATION CHART

                            FOUR VISION Co Ltd
                               Holding Company
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GROUP COMPANY SERVICES

                                 FOUR VISION Co Ltd
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THE FREIGHT CO LTD




2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
COMPANY BACKGROUND

            Established in Bangkok Thailand on March 8 1996 as a
                           Bangkok,  ...
OUR MISSION


                            Provide Transport and
                        Logistic S i
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OUR PHILOSOPHY

                                    We blend western
                                      technology with...
AT A GLANCE

            Airfreight
            Seafreight
            Turnkey Projects / Factory Relocations
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AIRFREIGHT
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            Individual consignments or
            consolidations
            Tim...
SEAFREIGHT

            Worldwide FCL and LCL with conference or non-non
            conference shipping lines
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PROJECTS

            Transportation feasibility studies and road surveys
            Heavy Lift and oversized cargo trans...
KEY PROJECTS
                                           THE FREIGHT CO LTD CHINA / THAILAND / VIETNAM


      Project Name...
PROJECTS

            Transportation feasibility studies and road surveys
            Heavy Lift and oversized cargo trans...
PROJECT PHILOSOPHY

            Project requirement analysis
            Scope of work definition
            Tailor-made ...
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
      PHASE I / PRELIMINARY SERVICES
        Cargo inspection
        Freight Ton / Volume estimati...
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

      PHASE II / PREPARATION + IMPLEMENTATION
        Setting up work plan
        Develop and set...
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

      PHASE III / SERVICES AT ORIGIN
        Order follow up and expediting
        Regularly stat...
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

      PHASE IV / EXPORT SHIPPING SERVICES
        Freight negotiations
        Provision of fully ...
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

      PHASE V / DESTINATION SERVICES
        Preparing necessary handling and transportation
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PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

      PHASE VI / ADDITIONAL SERVICES
        Ocean and Air charter arrangements
        Procuremen...
SKYTRAIN

                                                         Left: Preparing a trial run for transporting the
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SKYTRAIN

                                                            Left: Removing blocks and stoppers Carefully
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SKYTRAIN
                                                      Left: Our staff works day and night to assure that the
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SUBWAY

                                                          Left: Preparing various equipment that was
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SUBWAY




      Above: Various equipment that was used for construction of the subway tunnel. Our scope of work was
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SUBWAY




      Above: Antonov 124-100 arrives with the one out of 3 subway wagons on board, Subway inside the
      airc...
ROLLING CARGO



                            Clockwise from top left:
                            1) Loading drilling rig ...
POWER STATIONS




      Above shows various pictures of Power Station Projects that we handled in the last 5 years. We
  ...
PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS



        Discharge a 120-ton                   A 120-ton boiler upon         Delivery of a 215-ton ...
PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS




        312-ton column leaving     130-ton column for Lucky       unit 82-ton boilers from TIG
  ...
GAS PLANTS




                                A 174-ton module measuring 12.0x6.6x6.49 meters.
                          ...
GAS PLANTS




                             Two 248-ton modules
                             with measurements of
        ...
GAS PLANTS




         The modules at Laem Chabang Port where they are
         loaded onboard MV “Stellaprima” with a si...
REMOTE AREAS




                We have a proven track record to deliver project cargo to remote areas. We emphasize the
...
BARGING



          A180-foot flat top barge with power station       Loading two 98-ton Transformers on a flat top barge...
LIFTING



         Using 600-ton modular               Offloading in a remote area with a        Offloading in remote Lao...
JACKING AND SKIDDING



        Preparing the skidding           Placing the hydraulic jacks and        Skidding transform...
PACKING/LOADING




   We provide export packing at the Customer’s premises or when space is restricted, will pick up the ...
SAFETY PROCEDURES
                                         EQUIPMENT CHECK LIST                                           ...
STUDIES/CONCEPTS
                                                                  SEPON COPPER GOLD PROJECT - TRUCK DELIV...
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The Freight And Fv Group Presentation2009

  1. 1. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  2. 2. INFORMATION The Freight Co Ltd with offices in China Thailand and China, Vietnam is a member of an international freight forwarding and logistics group under the holding company Four Vision Group Group. The purpose of this presentation is to highlight the p possibility of combining the international and domestic y g services of The Freight Co Ltd in conjunction with the remaining companies under the Four Vision Group, as well as to demonstrate the individual services offered by each company within the Four Vision Group. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  3. 3. INSTRUCTIONS How to use this presentation? For easy use we have not automated this presentation. Instead, advance or return by using your mouse, keyboard or the slide navigator (click on the bottom left corner or right mouse click and follow Go. From the Index (next page) you can skip directly to the various companies within our G i i ithi Group. By using the Button at the right bottom of each page you can skip instantly back to the Index Page. Click on each logo or on the website address on each company’s first page and you will connect to the respective website website. Enjoy our presentation! 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  4. 4. INFORMATION / INDEX Information to each company is given in the following colors: Four Vision Group FOUR VISION The Freight Co Ltd THE FREIGHT I.L.S. I L S Co Ltd ILS I.L.S. Geo Global Co Ltd GEO GLOBAL Information on this presentation is confidential. Any usage or reproduction is only allowed with the written consent of Four Vision Group and affiliated companies 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  5. 5. FOUR VISION CO LTD 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  6. 6. AT A GLANCE Four Vision Co Ltd is a Bangkok based holding company The group focuses on business in the field of transportation and logistics The Group presently employs around 100 staff inclusive 7 expatriates Offices in – China : Beijing – Thailand: Bangkok, Bangkok Airport, g , g p , Laem Chabang – Vietnam : Ho Chi Minh City Head Office Bangkok 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  7. 7. GROUP ORGANIZATION CHART FOUR VISION Co Ltd Holding Company Beijing Office THE FREIGHT Co Ltd THE FREIGHT CHINA 100% GEO GLOBAL Co Ltd 100% THE FREIGHT VIETNAM I.L.S. Co Ltd 50% Ho Chi Minh City Office 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  8. 8. GROUP COMPANY SERVICES FOUR VISION Co Ltd C Holding Company THE FREIGHT Co Ltd I.L.S. Co Ltd INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT FORWARDING LOGISTICS AIR, SEA, ROAD, RAIL WAREHOUSING TURNKEY PROJECTS DISTRIBUTION CUSTOMS BROKER PICK- AND PACK GEO GLOBAL Co Ltd CROSS TRADE NICHE MARKETS/SPECIAL PRODUCTS 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  9. 9. THE FREIGHT CO LTD 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  10. 10. COMPANY BACKGROUND Established in Bangkok Thailand on March 8 1996 as a Bangkok, 8, j.v. between Thailand’s Four Vision Group and a Swiss based forwarding company January 1, 2000: Four Vision Group takes over the foreign held shares and becomes 100% shareholder April 1 2004: Opening in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam 1, City, October 2006: Opening offices at the new Bangkok International Airport and in Laem Chabang (Thailand’s largest port) May 2007: Opening in Beijing, China 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  11. 11. OUR MISSION Provide Transport and Logistic S i L i ti Services of the Highest f th Hi h t Quality in South East Asia Focus on Business with high Logistics and Service demands Ser ice 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  12. 12. OUR PHILOSOPHY We blend western technology with the local mentality y 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  13. 13. AT A GLANCE Airfreight Seafreight Turnkey Projects / Factory Relocations y j y Export Packing Domestic / Regional Transport (Truck + Rail) Customs Broker (EDI online) Board of Investment Consulting and Clearing (Thailand applicable only) Marine Cargo Insurance 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  14. 14. AIRFREIGHT g Individual consignments or consolidations Time definite products Charter flights FREIGHT Worldwide door-to-door shipments Outsize cargo Full export documentation Bangkok Airport Office We source the perfect product according to the delivery lead time, cost requirement and commodity 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  15. 15. SEAFREIGHT Worldwide FCL and LCL with conference or non-non conference shipping lines Special equipment, open top and flat rack Containers Bulk and Break Bulk shipments Laem Chabang Office Ro/Ro services for rolling cargo Charter Ch t vessels, b l barges Worldwide door-to-door shipments Full export documentation Selecting direct sailings or the most efficient transshipment port depending on customers requirement p p p g q 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  16. 16. PROJECTS Transportation feasibility studies and road surveys Heavy Lift and oversized cargo transportation Barges, beach landing, Ro/Ro shipments g g Heavy duty modular hydraulic trailers Offloading and positioning by crane or jacking and skidding kiddi Cargo, tracking, tracing and status reporting Three key reasons why customers select our company: 1) We understand the importance of keeping schedules 2) Our group has an immaculate safety record 3) We manage to keep our pricing within budget 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  17. 17. KEY PROJECTS THE FREIGHT CO LTD CHINA / THAILAND / VIETNAM Project Name Scope of Work Prime or Metric Freight Duration Origin max. ton max. dimension T L/E C B Subcontract Tons Tons in months per unit per unit (lxwxh) Hydro Power+Irrigation Project P 12,100 34,000 17 E 45 Telecom+Satellite Stations P 800 2,400 9 E Gas S G Separation Plant ti Pl t P 600 3,300 3 300 10 G 130 12 5 4 5 6 12x5.4x5.6 Splitter Plant S 8,500 36,500 21 K,U,S,J 165 45x6.5x6.5 Particle Board Plant P 2,500 6,000 7 G,I 85 9.6x5.6x5.2 Xeset Hydro Power P 5,300 11,200 17 218 Communication Network P 3,450 8,200 14 W Steel Mill P 5,500 18,000 16 I,F 120 22.8x4.6x6.2 Aromatics Plant P 45,000 150,000 28 K,U,E,J 465 84.5x6.8x6.8 Bangkok Transit System P - 62,000 31 W 37 22x3.3x3.8 Central Paper P 350 2,200 7 E 48 Amata EG-CO Power Station P 5,300 14,400 19 E,U,IN 145 14x5.5x6.8 PEA I-Shape Substations P 6,800 16,600 22 E,U,T 95 Houay Ho Power Station P 2,200 5,400 16 E,U 46 5.1x3.3x3.9 Pha Lay Power Station S 2,065 15,000 21 T 182 Esso Olefins Project S 7,000 26,000 23 Export 68 Bangkok Metro P 1,360 4,300 11 Export Quarry Relocation P 1,520 4,760 8 M MEA Bangkok P - - 5 F 151 Alpha Power Relocation P 1,500 7,150 9 Export 104 13.35x5.72x5.28 MRTA (Subway Bangkok) * P - - 3 E 38 22x3.3x3.8 Methanol P j t M th l Project S 4,700 4 700 11,000 11 000 11 Export E t 246 1514 1154 1962 1514x1154x1962 PTT Gas Compression Station P 3,900 10,200 11 Europe+Asia 138 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  18. 18. PROJECTS Transportation feasibility studies and road surveys Heavy Lift and oversized cargo transportation Barges, beach landing, Ro/Ro shipments g g Heavy duty modular hydraulic trailers Offloading and positioning by crane or jacking and skidding kiddi Cargo, tracking, tracing and status reporting Three key reasons why customers select our company: 1) We understand the importance of keeping schedules 2) Our group has an immaculate safety record 3) We manage to keep our pricing within budget 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  19. 19. PROJECT PHILOSOPHY Project requirement analysis Scope of work definition Tailor-made proposals Commitment of using qualified personnel Commitment of using qualified equipment Commitment to highest possible service level Commitment to competitive pricing Commitment against cost over run C it t i t t Commitment to schedules Submit a full-scale operational procedure and safety manual for client approval prior to project start up 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  20. 20. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHASE I / PRELIMINARY SERVICES Cargo inspection Freight Ton / Volume estimation Freight cost budgeting and estimation Consultation on transport related matters Consultation on customs / licenses and related matters Design / recommendation for packing, equipment, facilities, scheduling, routing and others Presentation of operational procedure, safety manual and P t ti f ti l d f t l d check list 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  21. 21. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHASE II / PREPARATION + IMPLEMENTATION Setting up work plan Develop and set up stationery, forms and reports y Setting up project teams at each location Contracting and preparing transport equipment, packing material, marshalling yard and warehouse f iliti t i l h lli d d h facilities Prepare general project shipping instructions Set up fine tune and implement cargo tracking software up, 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  22. 22. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHASE III / SERVICES AT ORIGIN Order follow up and expediting Regularly status reporting g y g Cargo tracking (online or via Internet) Export packing (see separate packing section) Marking / labeling Assembly of containerized or break bulk lots Loading t it L di at site Transport / delivery to port 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  23. 23. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHASE IV / EXPORT SHIPPING SERVICES Freight negotiations Provision of fully insured and suitably geared ships y yg Checking port rotation and transit time of each ship Consolidation / containerization Port loading supervision = damage prevention Full scale handling of export documentation Distribution f documents Di t ib ti of d t 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  24. 24. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHASE V / DESTINATION SERVICES Preparing necessary handling and transportation equipment Preparing import customs formalities Preparing B.O.I. release letter Supervision i port = d S i i in t damage prevention ti Cargo inspection Claim filing if necessary Site delivery O oad g and positioning Offloading a d pos t o g 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  25. 25. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHASE VI / ADDITIONAL SERVICES Ocean and Air charter arrangements Procurement of used containers and other equipment 3 point photographic reporting (photos taken at origin site while packing and loading, at the port of origin and during discharging at the port of destination) Door-to-door marine cargo insurance, inclusive in transit g storage 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  26. 26. SKYTRAIN Left: Preparing a trial run for transporting the Skytrain with a mock up Skytrain. Rolling off the first Skytrain for Bangkok from a Ro/Ro Ship under stringent control and supervision. Right: Moving the Skytrain on a Mafi Trailer to the laydown area. One lot of Skytrains under temporary storage at Laem Chabang Port. Left: Preparing the Skytrain for the roll-over operation from Mafi Trailer to the modified hydraulic trailer. Removing all the lashing and securing material. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  27. 27. SKYTRAIN Left: Removing blocks and stoppers Carefully stoppers. rolling over the Skytrain from Mafi Trailer to the specially modified modular hydraulic trailer. Right: A modified pick up truck with identical height as the Skytrain acts as the front safety escort vehicle. Skytrain on the modified hydraulic trailer on its way to the Depot at Morchit in Bangkok. Left: Skytrain on the hydraulic trailer enters Bangkok with police escort safety escort pick up truck. The Skytrain has safely arrived at the Depot. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  28. 28. SKYTRAIN Left: Our staff works day and night to assure that the hyper sensitive escalators (fully assembled with glass panels on the side) are safely discharged from the vessel Right: Equally i Ri ht E ll important i th t th escalators are well t t is that the l t ll balanced on the trailer, properly lashed and secured. One wrong move and the escalator can break in two pieces! Left: Moving the escalators From alongside ship, to a temporary storage area awaiting release for delivery from the customer. Right: Some of the escalators were shipped knocked down and were assembled at our warehouse in Bangkok. Finally, we delivered all escalators from 3 suppliers (Kone, Otis and Thyssen) to site and lifted them into position. Skytrain Project: Full turnkey project, inclusive local warehousing and just-in-time delivery. Total approx. 62,000 FRT incl. 105 trains, escalators, power supply and approx. 9,000 FRT rails. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  29. 29. SUBWAY Left: Preparing various equipment that was used for the construction of the Subway tunnel for re-export to Taiwan and Singapore. Right: Carefully placing equipment into open top containers, blocking containers blocking, lashing and securing all items. Left: Preparing rails to roll Muck Cars into container. Load additional cargo into the Muck Cars to save transport expenses. Push the Muck Cars into the containers, lash containers lash, block and sec re them secure them. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  30. 30. SUBWAY Above: Various equipment that was used for construction of the subway tunnel. Our scope of work was sorting, labeling, packing, loading, securing, export formalities and shipment to Taiwan and Singapore. We looked for the most competitive solution and shipped some items in containers and some as break bulk. The items were carefully scrutinized and packed according to individual requirements. Some items were bundled and some packed in crates and cases. For some large items we built custom-made steel frames (see also packing section). Pictures showing sorting, packing, lashing, securing, bracing, transport to port and loading onto the ship. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  31. 31. SUBWAY Above: Antonov 124-100 arrives with the one out of 3 subway wagons on board, Subway inside the aircraft and the systems designed to roll the train down the aircrafts ramp onto the hydraulic road trailer. Left/right: The subway g y rolls out of the aircraft onto a specially converted hydraulic trailer observed by the customer and insurance people. people 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  32. 32. ROLLING CARGO Clockwise from top left: 1) Loading drilling rig for re-export to Taiwan. 2) Loading 85-ton drilling rig for re-export in Ro/Ro Ship. 3) Loading excavator with floating crane on break bulk vessel for export to Indonesia. p 4) Loading lift truck for re-export. 5) Loading Cement trailers in Phuket for Myanmar. 6) Loading Hi-Boys for Shanghai 7) Loading track laying equipment for re-export to Malaysia. 8) Loading flat Railcar for re-export. 9) Loading 350 ton Liebherr Mobile Crane in Ro/Ro ship. 350-ton ship 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  33. 33. POWER STATIONS Above shows various pictures of Power Station Projects that we handled in the last 5 years. We transported Transformers with a weight range from 85 to 100 tons and Generators and Turbines up to 340 tons. In the process of handling these turnkey projects, we utilized special equipment such as multi-axle modular h d li t il d l hydraulic trailers, h heavy lift mobile and crawler cranes, fl t t b bil d l flat top barges as well as j ki and ll jacking d skidding equipment. In one project alone we delivered and positioned heavy equipment to 13 substations in South Thailand, some sites as far as 850 km from the loading point. On various occasions we offloaded and positioned the heavy lifts onto foundations by jacking and skidding. We also delivered 100-ton Transformers to Samui Island by flat top barge and provided for a beach landing. On occasions like on the last picture, we are surveying the structure and safety of a 4.35 meter high Diverter Damper before loading. The module was considered unsafe for transportation and necessary amendments to improve transportation safety were made on the spot. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  34. 34. PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS Discharge a 120-ton A 120-ton boiler upon Delivery of a 215-ton column on multi- boiler with floating crane delivery to jobsite axle modular hydraulic trailer Delivery of a 465-ton column, 84.5 Discharging a 268-ton column Delivery of a 165-ton column, 56 meters long, 6.8 meters diameter for Thai Aromatics, meter long, 6.4 meter diameter The Thai Aromatics Project alone consisted of 65 ultra heavy and extreme large sized items (mainly columns) 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  35. 35. PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS 312-ton column leaving 130-ton column for Lucky unit 82-ton boilers from TIG Map Ta Phut Port Engineering sent to Singapore Road modification for two 2 tanks on the way to South 45-ton 45 ton drum for TPI oversized tanks Thailand 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  36. 36. GAS PLANTS A 174-ton module measuring 12.0x6.6x6.49 meters. The module’s weight was initially given as 133 tons. As can be seen on the picture where the module is alongside ship the transport frame had to be cut to ship, reduce the weight as the ship’s crane capacity was 160 tons only. Thanks to on-the spot decision making and instant action the module could be shipped on as planned. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  37. 37. GAS PLANTS Two 248-ton modules with measurements of 1514x1154x1962 cm each coming from the manufacturing yard on the way to the port. The balance of the module is constantly monitored with a plummet. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  38. 38. GAS PLANTS The modules at Laem Chabang Port where they are loaded onboard MV “Stellaprima” with a single crane lift. A 45-ton crane with a 50 meter boom and a “cherry picker” was necessary to lift manpower up to attach steel ropes for tying down the module to secure i on the transport to Chil and to attach the it h Chile d h h lifting ropes to the top of the module. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  39. 39. REMOTE AREAS We have a proven track record to deliver project cargo to remote areas. We emphasize the value of proper road surveys and field preparation. The above pictures show deliveries into Indochinese countries. The pictures further show the preparation of by-passes and assistance countries of construction equipment to guarantee a safe passage during the monsoon season. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  40. 40. BARGING A180-foot flat top barge with power station Loading two 98-ton Transformers on a flat top barge equipment from Surabaya, Indonesia at Laem Chabang Port Preparing an “artificial jetty” at Samui Island artificial jetty After grounding and securing the barge, barge to discharge the 2x98-ton Transformers the Transformers can safely be rolled off. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  41. 41. LIFTING Using 600-ton modular Offloading in a remote area with a Offloading in remote Laos hydraulic gantry crane 80-ton and a 50-ton mobile crane Offloading sensitive material for Loading coated pipes with soft Offloading a chiller unit for a the BBC Radio Station slings to protect their coating factory at the Laotian border 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  42. 42. JACKING AND SKIDDING Preparing the skidding Placing the hydraulic jacks and Skidding transformer using runway inserting the skid beams winches Halfway between the Continuous supervision during a Fine tuning and positioning trailer and the foundation must to for a safe job completion the transformer We have delivered and positioned many heavy cargoes onto foundations For the Provincial Electricity foundations. Authority of Thailand we delivered 21 Transformers to rural Thailand. Some as far as 800 km away from Bangkok. All 21 Transformers mostly with a unit weight of 98 tons were safely and timely delivered. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  43. 43. PACKING/LOADING We provide export packing at the Customer’s premises or when space is restricted, will pick up the cargo and pack at one of our warehouses. We provide custom made wooden cases, crates, steel crates, etc. After p packing, the g g, goods are carefully loaded, lashed and secured. Every p y , y packing j begins with a cargo g job g g inspection. Based on the inspection we will recommend the best suitable and economical packing method. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  44. 44. SAFETY PROCEDURES EQUIPMENT CHECK LIST TRANSPORT MANUAL / SAFETY CHECK LIST FOR HANDLING THE BMTS COACHES The following equipment must be checked and prepared 5 working days prior to ships arrival. c) Transshipm ent of the coaches from the transport pallets onto the road trailer (continued from page 1) Responsible Vessel name: eta: 10 The air must be released from the mafi's airbags mafi s airbags. No. Item Units TFC 1) Hydraulic trailer (converted) 2 Airbag 2) Prime movers 2 3) Converted escort pick up truck with steel frame 1 11 The transport pallets 4) Pick up truck for escort 1 are adjusted sidew ays so that they match the 5) Field mechanic truck 1 rails mounted on the TFC transport pallets and those on the mafi trailer. Adjusting the pallet sideway s 6) Welding equipment 1 lot shows rails not matching by screwing with wrenches 7) Timber/hardwood 1 lot 12 If there is a gap betw een the rails mounted on the transport pallets and on the trailer, TFC 8) Stoppers 32 the pallets must be pulled w ith w ires to close the gap. 9) Safety chains to connect mafi with hydraulic trailer 2 13 Tw o adjustable supports must be 10) Winch/tier fors 1 set placed under the rear traversal beam (the side connecting to the side/f ront v iew side v iew TFC 11) 1 prime mover to connect tier fors 1 hydraulic trailer) of the rear transport pallet. 12) Generator 1 13) Spot lights 1 lot 14) Transrolling bridge 1 14 The transrolling bridge is fitted to the rear end of the 15) Adjustable steel support to support rear end of mafi 2 mafi trailer and adjusted in height. TFC 16) Wrench No. 17 to unlock red bolts near to coaches wheel 1 17) Pulling plate with 2 corresponding bolts 1 frontview sideview 18) Large wrench for adjusting the pallet sideways 2 15 H d li t il d k w ith th rear end Hydraulic trailer docks the d 19) Bolts for adjusting the transport pallet 1 lot directly to the transrolling bridge. Hydraulic trailer should be for this purpose TFC 20) Nylon lashings 1 lot at his low est position to avoid that the Watch the clearance between trailer trailer pushes the transrolling bridge 21) Banners 2 and transrolling bridge! backw ards against the Mafi trailer and transport pallet. 22) Keys for coach door and inside coach 2 16 Support w ith timber blocks the rear end of We adhere to stringent safety procedures As every project has its specific requirements each project is procedures. requirements, individually analyzed. The result of our work usually results in a safety manual and respective check lists. The safety rules are continuously updated as the project develops. 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd
  45. 45. STUDIES/CONCEPTS SEPON COPPER GOLD PROJECT - TRUCK DELIVERY TIME FROM SITE TO PORT 200 mm safety margin Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday exterior 3106 interior 3100 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 87.5m 87.5m 87.5m 87.5m m m m m Option 1 Site-Savannakhet Mukdahan-Bangkok/Laem Chabang C F to LCB or BKK Option 1 Site-Lao Bao Lao Bao-Danang C to Danang Option 2 Site-Savannakhet Mukdahan-Bangkok/Laem Chabang C F W Curtain side loading Air-Suspension via Mukdahan to LCB or BKK interior 13400mm Option 3 Site-Savannakhet Ubon Rachatani-Bangkok/Laem Chabang exterior 13412mm C F W via Ubon R. to LCB or BKK Option 4 Site-Savannakhet Mukdahan-Bang Pa In BMW Data: C F Car body length 4350mm + safety margin between car bodies/trailer 4x87.5mm via Bang Pa In Width of frame 2000mm FREIGHT Height of frame 2900mm + safety margin to roof 200mm Trailer Data: Transport Trailer length (int.) 13400mm Trailer length (ext.) 13412mm Transport C Customs F Ferry W Cross-docking Trailer width (int.) 2488mm Trailer width (ext.) 2500mm interior 3100 Trailer height (int.) 3100mm Trailer height (ext.) 3106mm Height from road 1180mm Trailer height overall 4286mm overall 4286 Payload 21000kg CLIENT FREIGHT BMW PROJECT LOGISTIC SOLUTIONS STUDY FOR AN AIR SUSPENSION TRUCK SHUTTLE SERVICE PHONE <66> 2 714 2421 FOR BMW CAR BODIES 1180 FAX <66> 2 714 2424 FILE NAME SIZE FSCM NO DWG NO REV BACKFILL MATERIAL BMW.VSD 073099/BMW/001-PDOBHP 1/99 COMPACTED SAND 2488mm FILE PATH 2500mm TFCBMW-ABMW.VSD SCALE NOT TO SCALE! DATE 09-01-99 SHEET 1 OF 1 STEEL PLATES STEEL RAMP BARGE TOP VIEW L PEA I-SHAPE PROJECT June July August Our group has earned STEEL PLATES Week 25 Week 26 Week 27 Week 28 Week 29 Week 30 Week 31 Week 32 SHEET PILE S M TW T F S SM TW T F S S M TWT F S SM TW T F S S M TW T F S SM TW T F S S M TWT F S SM TW T F S (ONLY IF NECESS.) Transport Kui Buri J+S Complete RO/RO RAMP Nakhorn Sri Thammarat Hat Yai 4 Transport J+S Complete Transport J+S Complete itself a solid reputation in BALLAST TANKS Week 33 August Week 34 Week 35 Week 36 S M TW T F S SM TW T F S S M TWT F S SM TW T F S S M TW T F S SM TW T F S S M TWT F S SM TW T F S Week 37 September Week 38 Week 39 Week 40 Oct. the market for providing SHEET PILE SAND BAGS Khao Yoi Bang Saphan Ranong Transport J+S Complete Transport J+S Complete Transport J+S Complete first rated logistic studies and solutions. We have Transport Krabi J+S Complete SEA BED (SAND OR MUD)) Koh Samui Transport J+S Complete Transport Chana J+S Complete conducted studies for the PROJECT: DRAWN BY: DATE: SCALE: THE FREIGHT CO., LTD. PEA I-SHAPE PATRICK DICK 07.05.98 NOT TO SCALE FREIGHT Phone 66-2 714 2414 / Fax 66-2 714 2424 CLIENT: TITLE: BEACH LANDING DRAWING NO: REVISION: October November SIEMENS / KWU WITH SHEET PILES PEA 06/98 Week 41 Week 42 Week 43 Week 44 Week 45 Week 46 Week 47 Week 48 car-, the power-, the S M TW T F S SM TW T F S S M TWT F S SM TW T F S S M TW T F S SM TW T F S S M TWT F S SM TW T F S Transport Patong J+S Complete Transport Thalang J+S Complete Transport Chalung J+S Complete Nov. December Transport = Inland Transport by road or combined road/sea/road petrochemical and the Week 49 Week 50 Week 51 Week 52 J+S = erection by crane or jacking + skidding Hat Yai 3 S M TW T F S SM TW T F S S M TWT F S SM TW T F S Transport J+S Complete Complete = job completion infrastructure industry. f 2009 © The Freight Co Ltd

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