X2 Elite & Projects Member PK Interfreight complete a massive Hydropower Project from Thailand to Laos
8 August 2017
In the modern world, going green is of paramount importance, and nowhere is this more visible than in logistics, where fossil fuels are so heavily relied on to move our good from A to B.
Trucks, ships, planes everything we require to keep our customers happy has an environmental cost attached to it. That is why, when we have good environmental news to share, we must shout it from the roof tops and credit the firms who are taking positive action to reduce their carbon footprint.
X2 Elite member PK Interfreight are leading the charge here in South East Asia and have recently completed a shipment that will reduce their carbon footprint for years to come.
The delivery of 350 tons that was done from The Laem Chabang (LCB) port to Nam Ngiep in Laos will ensure clean renewable energy can be generated for the foreseeable future.
The cargo included stay rings, stay cones & its accessories. The cargo had the following dimensions: 5.7 m X 5.7 m X 2.7 m (L x B x H). This is a big step in the right direction for South East Asia, a part of the world that is not always at the forefront of emissions controls. Congratulations to PK Interfreight for leading the way, and playing their part to secure a future for the planet.
The pictures supporting this article show that no terrain is too much for the PK Interfreight fleet as they tackled mountains, rivers, and dirt tracks to ensure the shipment made it on time. The shipment was boarded onto a raft & sent cross border to Laos.
“PK Interfreight are based in Thailand, Laos & Cambodia and are ready and waiting to take care of any cross boarder shipment, as well as all land, sea and airfreight.