A 31-metre tower on a convoy about 40 metres long, about 6 metres high and over 4 metres wide. These are the numbers of the exceptional giant transport departing from Samec Spa in Livrasco and transported to Mantova to embark for Venezuela.
It is a tower made of carbon and stainless steel, which will be installed as part of a plant for the production of fertilizers, with a total weight of 70 tons. It will be used for the revamping of a plant located in Trinidad Tobago, in the Caribbean Sea, in the northeast of Venezuela. The project was commissioned by a Swiss engineering company which, in turn, received the commission from an American multinational in the sector.
The road transport to Mantova was provided by the Marraffa company, which specialises in large exceptional transports, and had to travel along several secondary roads, as the load could not pass under overpasses. Then Marraffa loaded the tower onto a barge with destination Chioggia and then the port of Marghera, where it was embarked on a ship that transported the mega cargo to its destination in Venezuela.