Successful project logistics is based on rigorous, detailed planning, attention to detail, superior execution and hands-on control.
Some of the world’s most respected companies rely on BDP Project Logistics to handle their most demanding air, sea and land logistics and transportation management challenges. Headquartered in Singapore, one of the world’s epicenters for business and development, BDP Project Logistics has proven expertise across the breadth of turnkey and full logistics management services for a range of markets, including construction, mining, power, oil, natural gas as well as chemical and petrochemical sectors.
Like our parent company, BDP International, our business practice is built upon the core idea that a logistics provider must go well beyond promises to deliver uncommon service uncompromised by big-company bureaucracy. At BDP Project Logistics, we take accountability personally: accountability to our customers, to our partners and to our teammates around the world. More than a promise, it’s about a culture of customer care to deliver the finest service experience in the world.
Project moves demand highly specialized, unconventional transportation and logistics skills. End-to-end management. No guesswork. Because in this business there is no substitute for experience. Managing the unusual is usual for BDP Project Logistics. Projects of every dimension–from the simple to the most complex, including specialized lifts, oversized cargo, and customized logistics. At BDP, it’s all in a day’s work.
Successful projects are the result of knowledge, planning, and reliability. It doesn’t matter how global your provider’s capabilities are if they can’t handle the smallest details of your project move. At every step of the process. Nothing is left to chance at BDP. We do our homework. Advance planning for each component, down to the smallest detail, so you receive a customized logistics plan and scope of work that meets the needs of your project. In fact, we’re obsessive about the details.
Larsen & Toubro
Larsen & Toubro were undertaking a new development project on Saadiyat Island. Saadiyat Island is a 27-square-kilometer natural island—half the size of Bermuda—and lies only 500 meters offshore of Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates’ capital city. The island can be reached by road and sea. Normal cargo and truckloads not exceeding 90 tons can be driven to the island without any problems. Access by sea—a distance of 12 nautical miles—is very challenging: there are only three jetties, designed for small passenger ships and for small barges, tugs, etc., but no cargo movements have taken place before.