KCTC’s logistics services are going beyond Korea to every corner of the world.
KCTC’s international transportation business underpinned by services such as import and export transportation, cross transportation among three countries, and transportation via self-propelling ship satisfies our clients by offering safe, expeditious, and accurate transportation of our clients’ freights to the destination. Particularly, using the barge of 3,000 DWT or more in DWT and the self-propelling ship of 17,000 DWT or more in DWT, KCTC successfully carries out coastal transportation of super-heavy cargoes such as ship blocks, shore cranes, and offshore plant facilities. Moreover, KCTC carries out international seaway transportation to even the Middle East and Latin America. KCTC has the unrivaled competitive edge in heavy cargo seaway transportation. KCTC’s international logistics offers multidimensional transportation services that link overland transport, port stevedoring and seaway transportation, and is capable of transporting various types of project cargoes. KCTC international logistics is creating the best corporate value – customer satisfaction.
|Type||Vessel Name||GT / DWT||Reference|
|Tug Boat||29Joyang-ho||67 ton|
|Floating Crane||Yeogwang-ho||Capa. 200 ton|
|Self-propelling Ship||Mega Innovation||18,400 DWT|
|Mega Trust||19,200 DWT|
|Mega Passion||53,000 DWT||Submergible|
|Mega Caravan I||17,700 DWT|
|Mega Caravan II||17,700 DWT|
IHI Corporation (Japan)
14,914 tons of FPSO Ship Block
Goseong, Gyeongsangnam-do – Singapore
This ship block, manufactured by Samkang M&T shipbuilding yard in Goseong, Gyeongsangnam-do, is 110.5m in length, 50m in width, 40m in height and 14,914 tons in weight, which means that it is the largest size for a single ship block in the world. This ship block made up of 96 smaller blocks is scheduled to be used for constructing the FPSO which will sail to Catcher Oil Field in Norway. The size of this block corresponds to half of the size of the whole ship.
KCTC safely transported the ship block to Singapore via the submergible ship after having moved the ship block to the floating dock using SPMT 324 AXLES. Through this project, KCTC has renewed the Guinness World Records for the heaviest load moved by self-propelled modular trailers (SPMTs). The previous record holder was Lamprell, which had moved 13,191 tons, but now KCTC has become the new Guinness Record Holder and globally famous.