Trusting in the Wind Industry Professionals at C.H. Robinson Pays Off Again

With their decades of experience performing logistics for the wind industry, the project logistics experts at C.H. Robinson were an easy choice for a company looking to move wind turbine components from a laydown yard in Kansas to a wind farm in Texas. 

The project included over 197,790 cubic meters of equipment that needed to be transported across state lines via specialized trucks.   

Rising fuel costs and a shortage of qualified drivers for this type of freight added challenges to the project, however, that didn’t stop C.H. Robinson from being able to help their customer. 

Due to their scale and network of contract carriers, all 56 complete wind turbines traveled the 140 miles to the new wind farm. 

In all, it took 560 truckloads and 48 days to transport the 16,402 metric tons of equipment to the site, which included 168 wind blades measuring 62.2 x 3.94 x 2.9 each.

Well done C.H.Robinson Team!

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