Blue Sea Modular Transport 

In South Carolina, Deep South was contracted to transport and secure seven modules from the fabricator shop to a barge site via Scheuerle SPMTs. Using Deep South’s barge ramps, squat cans, squat beams, and over 250 chains, Deep South rolled onto the barge safely and efficiently secured the modules for their blue sea voyage.

Pictured here is the longest module that weighed 640,000 pounds and was 190’ long x 24’ wide. The trailer configuration utilized was a 24-line double-wide Scheuerle SPMT, with spacer decks incorporated to support the integrity of the module.

  • Equipment Used

    • Scheuerle SPMT
  • Services Used

  • By the Numbers

    • 24-lines Double-wide Scheuerle SPMTs
    • Longest Module Weighed 640,000 lbs. and was 190’ long x 24’ wide
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