Centurion unloads world’s largest civil cargo aircraft

by on 17th February 2017

Centurion‘s heavy haulage team recently partnered with Russian air freight specialist Volga-Dnepr Airlines to deliver a crucial piece of infrastructure to a mining customer. The international logistics effort involved unloading the 16 tonne payload from an Antonov AN 124-100. This is one of the world’s largest civil cargo aircraft. 

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The project was an example of how Centurion works effectively with their customers and other logistics providers to find workable, effective solutions to suit their needs.

Centurion has extensive experience in transport and logistics, particularly heavy haulage. The logistics effort was carried out professionally and the equipment was delivered to site on schedule. The company looks forward to participating in future international and large scale logistics projects.

Centurion has the capabilities to provide the reliable and safe movement of large equipment for mining, energy, infrastructure and construction industries. This was an exciting project and reinforces Centurion’s capacity to provide flexible and reliable solutions for all of their customers.

Volga-Dnepr is a world leader in the unique, oversize and heavy cargo market. They have been successfully representing the Russian airfreight industry in the international market since 1990. Their airline fleet includes twelve An-124-100 Ruslans and five modernised IL-76TD-90VD freighters.

Centurion Heavy Haulage

Centurion specialise in the following transport and logistics services:

Centurion continually innovates to ensure the right solution is designed, implemented and rolled-out safely for each specialised assignment.

Centurion’s far-ranging Specialised Projects department has a long and successful track record of sourcing, mobilising and producing cost-efficient results for customers across a wide variety of special assignments.

Visit centurion.net.au for more information.