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Case Study

Solar Infrastructure Project Management

Solar Infrastructure Project Management

Proactive Supply Chain Group USA Inc.

Renewable Energy Solar Infrastructure Project
Terminal Handling / Trucking / Project Management


Due to the nature of the transportation industry in Houston, The Break bulk Terminals are constantly congested, forcing additional project management and negotiation of resources with stevedoring companies servicing the unload of vessels.

Customized Solution

In Sep 2021, Proactive Group USA was awarded with the opportunity to provide trucking services from the Port of Houston (City Dock and Manchester Terminals). The project required the transport of Infra-structure material to build a Solar Farm in Pueblo, CO.

The complexity of the project pertained to the availability of dispatching a high number of trucks on a daily basis (30-40 trucks/day). Cargo was unloaded from the vessels in sequence according to the specification requirements, with different configurations including: Turque Tubes, frame/beam bundles, and Crates with spare parts.

The Cargo on terminal docks was not segregate and Proactive took the challenge head on, reaching an agreement with the stevedoring companies to manage their dispatchers and forklift operators. This allowed Proactive to align trucks and manage daily reports of delivery requirements, which reduced the detention time at loading.

Project Highlights

Timeline: September 2021 – April 2022

Number of Vessels: 7

Total Gross Weight: 100 M +

Quantity of Flatbeds Used: 1900 +


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