Wonders of Russian Logistics

Awful snowstorm.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Drivers have to remove snow by themselves.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Transportation of a yacht from Moscow to Vladivostok.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

This is not a simple yacht but an amazing Fairline Phantom 46. 14,59 m in height, 4,32 m in width, 5 m in height.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

The yacht is fastened with lashing straps.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

After being loaded the yacht is covered.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Transportation took 3 weeks and was complicated by bad roads, unstable wooden bridges and closed parts of the road.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Transportation of the power equipment from Moscow to Krasnodar.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Thousands of small boxes (of about 50 tons) and 3 heavy lifters (of about 300 tons).

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Equipment comes from abroad.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

The first load is going to be transported.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Fortunately, no damages while going under the gas tube.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

The first load is delivered.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

The second one of 113 tons (= the weight of 80 cars).

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Wonders of Russian Logistics

Police convoy.

Wonders of Russian Logistics

10 thoughts on “Wonders of Russian Logistics”

  1. Somewhere I have a photograph a dozen of men walking with the 1/4″ thick wire for the Focault pendulum for the Franklin Institute science museum in Philadelphia. They volunteered to carry it by hand as a straight piece from the factory several miles away to the museum so that it wouldn’t have to be coiled. The idea was to make the scientific display as perfect as possible by using the straightest piece of wire possible!

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  2. Cool! As a truck driver, it’s nice to see fellow truckers in other countries. The heaviest thing I’ve hauled, was a 90 tonne coil tubing oil rig. Mind you, that was 90 tonnes with out the coil tube added on, and this one still had it on, so I don’t really know what it weighed. This was late at night, in a snow storm (at about -35c), and very illegally…

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  3. ” a plane from the Pulkovo Airport in Moscow to Lenexpo Exhibition Complex in St. Petersburg”
    Wrong. Pulkovo Airport is in St. Petersburg.
    Between Moscow and St. Petersburg about 700 km.

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  4. ” a plane from the Pulkovo Airport in Moscow to Lenexpo Exhibition Complex in St. Petersburg”
    Wrong. Pulkovo Airport is in St. Petersburg.
    Between Moscow and St. Petersburg about 700 km.

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  5. Pulkovo airport is located in St-Petersburg and not in Moscow as sait in the article.
    I visited the town after the Aug. 1st 2008 total solar eclipse in Novosibirsk.

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