Textron GT 110 pushback

Lisa Siguere and Alex Willemsem faced the challenge of transporting a Textron GT 110 pushback. This unit was quite a challenge as it had to be picked up at Denver CO airport. The machine was inoperable, so they had to hire a wrecker service capable of lifting 110,000 lbs to mount it on a 12-axle RGN provided by Alex and Peter from A2B TRANSPORT LLC, who were the contracted carriers for this transport. Both the wrecker service and the carrier were invaluable during the loading hours required to secure the unit on the trailer.

Once loaded, the machine journeyed 1,050 miles to the port of Freeport, TX. On arrival, another set of hours was spent unloading the machine using a crane to lift the truck without complications, delivering it to the port.

Despite the complexity, Lisa and Alex’s experience and dedication ensured successful delivery. Ultimately, the machine was prepped for its final journey to Panama. This demonstrates our team’s commitment to finding optimal solutions for efficiently transporting your machinery.

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