Snap Lake and Victor

 

Project: Snap Lake and Victor
Client: De Beers
Location: Meyerton, Johannesburg

Overview
The Snap Lake and Victor projects involved the decommissioning, dismantling and relocation of two diamond sorting plants for De Beers for relocation to Canada.

Both plants were stripped, packed and shipped north of Yellow Knife, Canada, across ice roads. Due to extreme weather conditions, the packing solution, timing and delivery of the packaged cargo to Richards Bay Harbour, was crucial.

The Outsource Solution

  • Project duration – 10 weeks
  • Crating and packing of equipment: total of 80 containers plus an additional 20 x 40 foot container of equipment and spares
  • 2230m2 of plywood used
  • 6kms of running timber
  • Approximately 360 crates
  • Approximately 500 000 nails
  • 17,470 man hours

Client Feedback
“Once again, guys, thanks for all the effort and work you and your teams put into this project; it was truly inspiring the way you work and the professionalism and pride you take in your work. Thank you, and well done, I greatly appreciate it.”

Greg Davey, Managing Director. Deugro. SA

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