Project Cargo

At Genesis Venture Logistics, no project is too big, too small or too complex to handle. When it comes to oversize cargo, transportation and logistics are vital to ensuring a successful operation. The complexity of moving unwieldy cargo quickly and efficiently requires a working partnership across all levels of the supply chain.

Because every situation is unique, we work with our customers to develop a strategy to ensure your cargo is moved safety, quickly and efficiently. From pre-planning through execution, Genesis Venture Logistics develops a detailed plan that ensures a best-case scenario relating to the shipper, destination and routing.

Genesis Venture Logistics will help construct and implement your project in four key ways:

  • 1

    Cargo Design

    Each shipment requires a detailed understanding and description of the cargo to be moved. Project Cargo experts will ask for exact dimensions as well as important handling information and routing requirements to design a plan of action to help facilitate a foundational analysis of the project.

  • 2

    Mode Optimization

    Whether by river, road, rail or ocean, logistics coordinators will analyze and determine the best mode of transit for your cargo. We will also factor in transit times to your final destination to make sure your cargo arrives quickly and efficiently.

  • 3

    Public Relations

    Logistics coordinators participate in all areas of planning your project cargo in order to help maintain an open dialogue with the company and to address any public safety concerns.

  • 4

    Delivery Timetables

    Our logistic coordinators track the daily movements of your project cargo and update all parties when necessary to prevent any unplanned consequences of unexpected changes or delays

Proven Example:

Our logistics team successfully coordinated the movement of a 436,000-pound, 100-foot long Artillery Disposal Chamber by barge from Port Catoosa in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Natchitoches, Louisiana. Once its arrival in Louisiana, the chamber was then offloaded and trucked to Camp Minden.