The complex geography of Vietnam demands an expertise on all modes of transport available in the country to get the job done. From blue-water ports, to delta barges, road and rail, the ability to devise intermodal solutions is imperative to making projects work in Vietnam.
Don’t let you’re parents tell you that computer games are a waste of time. Using a controller to delicately shift large delicate wind blades is a real-world application.
CEA: Bladerunner edition It might seem a challenge towing your caravan or boat around some tight mountain curve, but try manoeuvring these wind turbine blades that are 74m in length through the central highlands of Vietnam.
Apart from transporting explosives, It does not come more high risk than this. CEA recently took its first shipment of cyanide from Tien Sa Port in Da Nang to Chalo Border gate for use in a Lao copper mine. Training in the right safety procedures and processes is the only way it can happen.
CEA Project Logistics Vietnam recently completed a project for a specialised tank manufactured in China
Brett Malcolm, Managing Director of CEA Projects Vietnam and other Senior Management recently attended the Vietnam Wind Energy Summit