As the world’s population rapidly grows so too does the demand for energy, resources and infrastructure. The delivery of projects to satisfy these global demands is becoming more complex and located in more challenging environments and conditions. Project delivery success is measured on safe execution, cost, schedule and the project meeting the requirements of the Client. Logistics plays a crucial role in this success with the delivery of equipment and assets an integral component of the project’s critical path and a significant portion of the project budget – especially given the high capital costs and lead times associated with some of the equipment delivered.
For close to 25 years, Westlink has been working with Clients to reduce expenses and the execution risk associated with increasingly complex project logistics. From concept to commissioning, we have developed innovative methods and highly specialised practices to deliver successful outcomes. This proactive and dedicated project support continues once the project is commissioned with asset life cycle logistics management for production/operations, maintenance and decommissioning. This sustainable logistics support is becoming more critical as asset life is push into new boundaries to maximise benefits on capital investments and available technologies. Westlink can support with logistics solutions for Brownfield upgrades, shutdown planning and execution, critical deliveries, consumable and spares for operations and others.
Westlink’s capabilities in delivering logistics for projects and operations include:
|Air||Dedicated sole and part charters||Oversized and heavy cargo|
|Road or Rail||Self-propelled Module Transporters (SPMTs)|
|Sea & Ocean||Heavy Lift|
Land Craft Tank
Roll-on Roll-off (RORO)
|Tug and Barge|
Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs)
|Cranage||Floating cranes||Gantry systems|
|Customs and Duty||Import/export documentation|
Duty advice and processing
|Ad Hoc Services||Assembly/disassembly of equipment|
In situ logistics delivery and installation
|Removal and disposal of decommissioned assets|