ERC's highly- trained and experienced project team can manage the most demanding challenges presented in the movement of project cargo. Project cargo is often exceptionally heavy, over-width, over-height, and doesn't fit the standards of products handled under a general freight forwarding situation of moving product from a manufacturer's assembly line to an overseas end user.
ERC has faced many obstacles in transporting project cargo to it final destinations. From flooding conditions in Asia, sand-storms and hostile conditions in the Middle East, to inaccessible inland routes or lack of transportation infrastructure in Africa. From an inadequate availability of handling equipment at some of the world's airports to sizeable congestion and gridlock at various seaports, proper analysis and advanced planning is key to a successful project. Sometimes a project requires a physical site survey so that a proper evaluation can be made before a logistics plan can be developed. Project Logistics requires the special talent to manage the process and the ability to remain flexible to alternate solutions in order to produce those successful results.
To compete in today's marketplace, a knowledgeable ERC staff has the reputation of staying in front of its clients demands and to continuously meet the ever-changing challenges of today's world.