The project entrusted to our X2 Critical member was to move hazardous DCPD-RIM-A&B chemical from China to Russia.
The objective was to ensure that ADR regulations were adhered to with attention to packaging, transport by ADR Class 3 compliant trucks in top condition, and GPS tracking to allow 24 hour monitoring of position.
The only approved route for transport for hazardous goods to Kazakhstanis is through Alashankou.
From the time of loading at the Bengbu factory the route included transit through Alashankou, Dostyk, Kazakhstan, Naberezhnye Cheiny Russia.
After leaving the factory, the trucks arrived 4 days later at Alashankou to wait for the Russian trucks for cross loading the cargo.
There are a great number of trucks moving over that border point causing some delays, but Intermax cut down the possible delays by ensuring that the Chinese vehicles arrived on schedule, handing over smoothly to the Russian trucks which arrived in advance.
On the successful transfer of the shipment, the Russian vehicles underwent customs procedures in Kazakhstan and then proceeded to their final destination of Naberezhnye Cheiny.
The overall transit time of the goods was a total of a very good 14 days, on schedule.
This efficient control of this shipment displays the professional approach Intermax has when moving dangerous cargo.
There is no compromise on safety, everything is done by the rule book, keeping the roads and people safe.
Intermax is expert in its field of moving dangerous goods, reefer cargo and high value goods from China to CIS countries.
We will no doubt see more high class achievements from this professional outfit.
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