Partnership will improve the worldwide services of both companies by combining resources.

ERIE, PA - Logistics Plus Inc. (America) and Rhenus Project Logistics (Germany) announced today that they have joined forces for the modernization of two lignite-fired coal power plants in Turkey. The project scope is approximately 40,000 cbm and includes 5 stators, each 200 metric-tons; 5 rotors, each 55 metric-tons; and hundreds of full truck loads, flatbeds, containers and lowbeds from all around the world shipping to Turkey.

Logistics Plus Global Projects Director Bahadir Erdil seals partnership at the Rhenus Project Logistics America Headquarters in New York, NY.

A 200 metric-ton stator passing under a bridge in Turkey.
A 200 metric-ton stator passing under a bridge in Turkey.

Rhenus Project Logistics, Inc. (RPL) is a German-based heavy-duty transport services and project logistics specialist company within the Rhenus Group. Rhenus manages individual transport services by road or inland waterway; or comprehensive projects that require complex preliminary planning and extraordinary experience. The scope of these projects is huge within the following sectors: plant and mechanical engineering, the construction sector, oil, gas and wind power.

Logistics Plus Inc. (LP) is an American-based leading worldwide provider of transportation, project cargo, warehousing, fulfillment, global supply chain solutions. With a strong Passion for Excellence, its 500+ employees and 22 country offices put the “plus” in logistics by doing the big things properly, and the countless little things, that together ensure complete customer satisfaction and success.

“We turned our friendship into a partnership,” said Rhenus Project Logistics America President Colin D’Abreo. “We’ve been friends and working with LP on different projects out of Spain, Japan, and other countries for decades. We realize that the world of project logistics is changing rapidly, and that our organizations need to focus on building new strategies and new partnerships that will enable them to create value in the future.”

Logistics Plus Global Projects Director Bahadir Erdil said both companies are family owned and financially strong. “As partners we seek to fully utilize our potential arising from RPL’s market position as leader in Europe and from LP’s market position as leader in Turkey and Middle East projects,” added Erdil.

A statement from the companies said the objective of the partnership is to improve the worldwide services of both companies by combining global resources.