Loading and lashing of oversized equipment onto special railway platform
Hacklin Hamiko performed lashing and securing of oversized cargo for railway transportation from Finland to Russia. Project equipment was loaded on a special railway platform. Non-standard dimensions of the unique platform enabled to transport equipment large in height and narrow in size. Loading and lashing was performed according to a technical drawing developed by Hacklin Hamiko’s long-term partner, engineering company KTK Project.
This loading was unique due to the fact, that cargo had to be staffed and embed in a way that its dimensions fit vertical clear height. Otherwise transportation of this cargo by rail would not have been possible. Separate lashing of cargo on two levels, to the lower beams and upper level of the platform was needed. Since Hacklin Hamiko has experience of loading of non-standard cargo onto different types of railway platforms, lashing and securing was performed successfully.
10/2017 - ongoing
Equipment shipment to Bratsk, Russia
Road delivery from Western Finland to Bratsk, a city situated in the Eastern Siberia region of Russia. More than 6000 km to drive by truck. The shipment has been carefully traced each hour.
7/2017 - ongoing
Equipment shipments to Solikamsk, Russia
Loading, lashing and stuffing of containers have been arranged at our terminal in Hamina, Finland.
Loading, fixing and stowing of goods in containers is an accurate job, where making an appropriate division based on the available room and freight is precision work. We have needed knowledge and experience in house for these often time-consuming and complex projects.
February - May 2017
Delivery of process equipment for gold project construction plant in Kazakhstan
DIFFERENT POLs WORLDWIDE – ESTONIA/FINLAND – KAZAKHSTAN VIA RUSSIA
Hacklin acted as a main subcontractor for the delivery of process equipment from various countries (Australia, Peru, India, EU, South Africa) to the client’s construction site situated in Eastern Kazakhstan.
Hacklin arranged cargo delivery from different shipping points to the consolidation warehouses in Finland and Estonia, warehouse handling, further delivery of cargo by road to different customs clearance points in Russia as well as final delivery of cleared cargo to the Outotec construction site in Kazakhstan.
Equipment was delivered by sea, air and road transport. Road transportation was executed by 166 trucks, 65 of them as an oversized delivery.
The transportation was carried out in an unfavorable weather period from February to May 2017.
Hacklin is proud to have been given the opportunity to deliver the process equipment to the Kyzyl gold project as a subcontractor for Outotec, the global leader in minerals and metals processing technology.
OOO Hacklin CIS, subsidiary of Hacklin Hamiko Ltd in Saint-Petersburg, was responsible for the movement of goods on the territory of Russia and Kazakhstan.
Forwarding and customs clearance of railway deliveries to Kotka and Hamina, Finland
Hacklin Hamiko's office in Hamina handles forwarding and import customs clearance of railway wagons delivered from Russia to Finnish harbor HaminaKotka. Maximum wagon group delivered in a time is 18 wagons
Intermodal deliveries of unassembled equipment from the Netherlands to several destinations in Kazakhstan
EUROPE - KAZAKHSTAN
Our office in Moscow OOO Hacklin Hamiko has been handling intermodal deliveries of unassembled equipment produced at several European factories. Firstly we deliver cargo by trucks from shipper's warehouses up to Rotterdam port, then ship the cargo by ferry to Riga. From Riga port containerized cargo is delivered to Kazakhstan by rail transport.
OOO Hacklin Hamiko takes care of transportation and forwarding formalities as well as issuing of needed transport documentation.
Railway and intermodal deliveries from Europe to the CIS
OOO Hacklin Hamiko (Moscow) arranges rail transportations between the EU, China, Russia & the CIS countries. Railway freights in Russia are handled under the direct agreement with JSC Russian Railways.
Since 2000, Moscow office provides comprehensive international sea-, road and airfreight services as well as local distribution of cargo.
Hacklin Hamiko is a middle-sized logistics company which is able to offer its clients tailor-made logistics solutions. With our experience and expertise within Russian and CIS markets we are confident to offer the most competitive logistics solution for your business.
Your contact person in Russia:
Ms. Natalia Mojarova, Sales director - overseas and airfreight services
natalia.mojarova (at) hamiko.fi
Railway transportations from different destinations in Russia to Republics of Central Asia and Ukraine
RUSSIA - CENTRAL ASIA, KAZAKHSTAN AND UKRAINE
OOO Hacklin Hamiko Moscow is taking care of railway cargo deliveries from different loading points in Russia to several destinations in Republics of Central Asia and Ukraine. Total number of transported wagons is around 3 000 pcs annually / 250 pcs monthly.
Timber products and foodstuffs have been transported from Moscow, October, West Siberian, Gorky, Kransoyarsk Railways up to destinations in Central Asian Railways. Transportation of coal tar pitch and bitumen oil loaded in tank containers has been arranged from Kazakhstan to Ukraine.
Additionally, OOO Hacklin Hamiko has solid experience in forwarding of containerized cargo as well as breakbulk equipment deliveries on different types of platforms. The last project was handled from Saint-Petersburg to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
Your contact person in Russia:
Ms. Vera Yakimova, Chief of marketing and clients department
vera.yakimova (at) hamiko.fi
Delivery and export customs clearance of a horizontal chemical dosing tank for ferric sulphate
FINLAND - RUSSIA
Hacklin Hamiko arranged transportation and export customs clearance of a Horizontal chemical dosing tank for ferric sulphate. Delivered equipment is a part of the John Nurminen Foundation's environmental project which aims to improve phosphorus removal efficiency at Vyborg wastewater treatment plant. The project is supported by the Finnish Ministry of the Environment.
Hacklin Hamiko has been actively cooperating with the Foundation in respect of project equipment deliveries and customs clearance procedures (e.g. arranging of temporary export and re-import of the equipment).
Expert consultation services in respect of foreign trade and customs clearance procedures
SAINT-PETERSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, RUSSIA
OOO Hacklin CIS / Saint-Petersburg has conducted a service agreement with Saint-Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry. According to the agreement, Hacklin CIS provides expert consultation services in respect of foreign trade and customs clearance procedures.
Delivery and customs clearance of complex industrial objects
Customs clearance in Russia by providing electronic declarations
EUROPE - RUSSIA
Our representative office in St.Petersburg OOO Hacklin CIS partly organizes delivery and customs clearance of complex industrial objects (such as ventilation, refrigeration systems, cable routes etc.) delivered to different regions of Russia. Deliveries and customs clearance of unassembled equipment are handled for Quattroservices Ltd, one of the most international HVACEA contractors in Finland.
Hacklin CIS handles customs clearance by providing electronic declarations directly to the Customs authorities in various customs points selected according to the cargo transportation route.
Electronic customs clearance in Russia
Hacklin CIS can take over the entire customs clearance process in Russia, including electronic customs clearance of goods and registration of the electronic signature.
Do you have any questions about imports to Russia?
Our Russian offices are located in Moscow and St. Petersburg. We offer comprehensive services covering import and export customs clearance and issuance of freight cargo documentation in Russia and Europe. Additionally we have vast experience in handling special customs clearance procedures (temporary admission, outward processing, disposal, transit etc.)
To learn more, please e-mail us at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org or simply call at +358 44 991 2801 or +7 812 309 5416
Delivery of a water-jet boat from Finland to Saint-Petersburg by using ATA-carnet
Temporary export and import of exhibition article
FINLAND - RUSSIA (SAINT-PETERSBURG)
OOO Hacklin CIS (St.Petersburg) organized delivery of a water-jet boat from Finland to Saint-Petersburg, Russia. The boat was temporarily delivered to Russia as an exhibition shipment for the Baltic Marine Festival 2016 held from 24.5.2016 – 1.6.2016 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
The boat was transported by road, and the loaded vehicle had the following dimensions: 4,50 m (height) x 3 m (width) x 18,50 m (length). Required permissions for execution of the oversized transport were arranged, and ATA-carnet procedures were organized smoothly both in Finland and in Russia.
The ATA Carnet is an international customs document that permits the duty-free and tax-free temporary export and import of goods for up to one year. The Initials "ATA" are an acronym of the French and English words "Admission Temporaire/Temporary Admission".
ATA Carnets covers: ◦ Commercial samples ◦ Professional equipment ◦ Goods for presentation or use at trade fairs, shows, exhibitions and the like. If you can name it and it is not consumable or perishable, then it can probably be covered by an ATA Carnet.
Mr. Igor Tsarikov, Regional Manager of Alamarin-Jet:
“We would like to thank Hacklin for precise and accurate work in respect of delivery and customs clearance of our oversized water-jet boat from Finland to Saint-Petersburg (Russia) and its return to Finland after the exhibition in the shortest possible time!”
6/2015 - 2/2016
Factory for producing pre-cast concrete units
FINLAND - RUSSIA (VYBORG)
Job scope: Consulting services, transportation, storage and customs clearance of the equipment and components (export/import), composition of export invoices and specifications in accordance with the customs rules and regulations.
A jaw crusher and parts / CIS project shipment
FINLAND - CIS
Break bulk OOG delivery by rail. 5 wagons, tot. about 150 tons / max.width 3745 mm.
In march 2015 Hacklin Hamiko took part to delivery of a jaw crusher and parts to a customer situated in the CIS. The shipment consisted of 5 wagons with almost 150 tons of cargo and the width of the biggest piece is 3745 mm.
Hacklin team handled the entire project from pick up, transport drawings, permits, loading and the transport to destination. Loading and lashing of cargo was performed at Hacklin Hamiko’s railway terminal in Hamina.
12/2014 - 1/2015
Engines transported by rail
FINLAND - RUSSIA (SIBERIA)
Break bulk OOG + containers. 2 blocktrains / 47 wagons, tot. 1 093 tons
The project consisting of 47 wagon loads was planned jointly with the shipper in Finland and representatives of the Russian consignee consisting of engineers, transport- and customs professionals.
The heaviest engines of 60 tons each were transported on 8 axels RZD transporters in a group of 6 wagons. It put pressure on just-in-time loading, lashing and securing of cargo during short time and extreme winter conditions in Finland.
Hacklin Hamiko succeeded to ship the cargo 2,5 weeks before the deadline in order to reach winter road conditions in Siberia.
6/2014 - 12/2014
Dismantled window-producing factory
FINLAND - RUSSIA
General cargo + break bulk (OOG). 10 trucks + 1 OOG truck, tot. 47 tons
Hacklin Hamiko handled delivery and customs clearance of the equipment for window-producing factory in St.Petersburg. The project was handled in close co-ordination with Hacklin Hamiko's representative office in Saint-Petersburg OOO Hacklin CIS. We conducted detailed description of the technological equipment, clarified legal issues related to capital contribution and made required registration with the Russian authorities.
The dismantled factory was thoroughly documented in Finland, photographed and coded in detail. Equipment was evaluated by an authorized surveyor in Finland and in Russia. Loadings were precisely supervised for insuring that loading lists exactly corresponded to the actual loaded amounts and descriptions.
Import customs clearance in Russia was the challenging part of the project. Russian customs authorities pay close attention to price and weight of the equipment and matching models, markings and technical details mentioned in documentation provided to the actual data.
The project was completed successfully due to local presence, good relationships with authorities in Russia and extensive understanding of Russian legislation.
"Delivery of the equipment as an investment to share capital required a significant amount of documents to be prepared for various authorities, and in this respect there was a lot of benefit of Hacklin Hamiko’s expertise.
Due to good preparation and clear documentation delivery of the equipment went without troubles and delays. Our factory project was completed in December 2014 according to planned schedule.
Our fruitful relationship still continues: Hamiko takes care of weekly deliveries of materials and components from Finland to the factory in Saint-Petersburg".
12/2013 - 1/2014
3 blocktrains with OOG extra-heavy cargo & containers by rail
FINLAND - KAZAKHSTAN
Break Bulk OOG + containers. 3 blocktrains / 75 wagons, tot. 1 331 tons
The project consisted of OOG deliveries using 4 and 8 axels VOSK transporters, universal platforms and open wagons. Dimensions of the extra-heavy engines were 9150x3200x4100mm / 85000kg.
Two block trains of containers and 11 wagons were loaded at our own railway terminal in Hamina, Finland.
The loadings took place within three weeks. Precise supervision was extremely important since the wagons had to be loaded in accordance with the RZD loading instructions and rules. The cargo had to be delivered to the destination point strictly within the time frame of 2 weeks, which we managed perfectly.
2/2013 - 9/2013
Translucent polycarbonate roof for the Olympic stadium in Sochi
RUSSIA (St.Petersburg - Sochi)
52 deliveries, 229 TEUs, tot. 2 500 tons
Hacklin Hamiko’s representative office in St.Petersburg OOO Hacklin CIS handled port forwarding, delivery and customs clearance of the Olympic stadium roof from St.Petersburg sea port to Sochi. The project consisted of 6 200 freight-tons packed in 299 TEUs. The cargo was routed via St.Petersburg, where it was customs cleared and delivered 2 330 km further to Novorossiysk.
From Novorossiysk it was shipped to Sochi by ferry and delivered to the construction site by truck. Totally 52 deliveries without damage, claims or delays.
Temporary import of a passenger train
POLAND - RUSSIA
Rail transport, temporary import
In September 2013 railway team of Hacklin Hamiko’s representative office in Moscow OOO Hacklin Hamiko took care of delivery and temporary import of an electrical multiple unit passenger train.
The train was delivered from Poland to the EKSPO 1520 fair which was held in Tserbinka city, Russia. OOO Hacklin Hamiko executed this project in close co-ordination with Polish partners.
8/2011 - 9/2011
Sanitary equipment for the Polish NATO contingent in Afghanistan
POLAND - AFGHANISTAN
2 containers, tot. 61 tons
During August-Septemper 2011 railway department of Hacklin Hamiko / Moscow managed transportation of two sanitary containers from Poland to the Polish contingent in Afghanistan.
While preparing for this transportation all the necessary coordination measures were made with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Defence Ministry of Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan’s Ministry of Finance. Transportation over the Afghanistan territory was executed by providing military escort and armored vehicles.
5/2010 - 2/2011
Dismantled concrete-element factory
FINLAND - RUSSIA
General cargo + break bulk. 64 trucks + 27 OOG shipments, tot. 1 120 tons
Hacklin Hamiko handled transportation and customs clearance of a concrete-element production plant from Finland to Saint-Petersburg area, Russia. Within planning stage of the project Hacklin Hamiko prepared detailed report in order to choose the most appropriate way of transportation and customs clearance of consignments and as well to evaluate possible risks and pitfalls during import of the equipment to Russia.
Components were disassembled for the delivery, photographed, measured and listed in detail. All the required customs and legal documentation was prepared in close co-operation with the client. The factory was delivered as a contribution in kind to a share capital of the client’s daughter company in Russia. The components were import customs cleared under special procedure by using only a few customs codes, which showed significant savings for the client on import duties, taxes and overall project-related costs.