NTC Logistics successfully executes Sri Lanka’s biggest wind power project.
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Chennai, Sep 10, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – The COVID-19 pandemic has created a global economic meltdown, wreaking havoc in the world market and pushing many organizations to their breaking point. Amidst the pandemonium and chaos, an Indian company has once again proven its strength as a global logistic force. NTC Logistics the biggest Indian Project Cargo company had executed during this juncture, a time-bound Transport, Crane and Installation (TCI) contract for Sri Lanka’s biggest wind power project. This was the installation of the 30 turbines with a total output capacity of 100MW for the Electricity Board.
During these challenging times, NTCs Renewable Energy team created a milestone by completing the installation of 10 Wind Turbines in the record time of one month. The crew faced multiple challenges caused by both the pandemic and the site conditions. NTC rose up to the stringent timelines by meticulous planning and scrupulous site management which lead to the astounding success of the installation projects.
This project necessitated moving 150 specialists, specialized cranes, customized trailers and prime movers along with the complete lifting tools to Sri Lanka. The complete movement and installation involved accurately planned supply chain activity of consignments originating from Denmark, China and India to the final site at Sri Lanka. With their expertise in Project Management and logistics, NTC handled the complete set of activities such as vessel chartering, Port Handling, Customs Clearance and land transportation.
NTC oversaw the safe handling of the equipment at the berths at Trincomalee and transportation to the site which also necessitated route and port development activities involving coordination with various Sri Lankan government agencies for compliances and permissions. The critical activity of erecting the Wind Turbines generators at the specified site ready for commissioning was executed fastidiously gaining appreciation from the Customer. During this period, NTC simultaneously completed a second 20MW Wind Power project for another private client in Sri Lanka.
NTC flew out Quality Control, Health and Safety experts from India, who kept abreast of day to day developments in COVID-19 pandemic. EHS Experts recommended effective response mechanisms and ensured field compliance and precautions to ensure 100% safety. This focussed approach to time-bound delivery and EHS ensured NTC lost no man days or productivity.
Our Key Differentiator
“In this quickly evolving business, our expertise in the industry and availability of multiple resources make us the ideal and trustworthy ‘Total Industry Solutions Partner’ for all our customers. Given our asset scalability and reach of services, we can support all customers be it an enormous project from a global conglomerate or enterprising MSMEs that want its products warehoused and supplied to their clients worldwide”, says Mr. K. Chandramohan, Chairman and Managing Director of NTC Group.
“With the shifting of the market economies away from China, we foresee India as the competitive manufacturing hub that depends on reliable, robust, safe and cost-efficient Logistics partners. This opens up avenues for key players like NTC to capitalize on the new opportunities and build their reach into the market. The Logistics industry will be the spine of the Supply Chain process, connecting manufacturers and the market place. With the current economic scenario, India’s 5 Trillion-Dollar economic dream may seem like a challenge but it definitely is achievable.
As I had previously said, NTC is now a ‘Total Industry Solutions Partner’ which is not only expanding its focus on R & D but also to its credit created the first Driver Training and Research Institute in India. NTC is proud of the fact that it retains one of the largest variety of specialized assets and fleet. This has been recently recognized and we have been awarded the 8th largest Specialised Transportation Company in the World by KHL, a Logistic rating Group based out of UK. This strength, coupled with NTC’s warehousing expertise coordinated by a global network of offices and partners makes NTC a global force. In the Logistics Industry we are rapidly overtaking the norms and catapulting over challenges to realize our dreams beyond its horizons”, he added.
NTC Logistics India Private Limited
“Sigapi Achi Building”, 9th Floor 18/3, Rukmani Lakshmipathy Road, Egmore Chennai – 600 008, Tamil Nadu, India.
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