Confidential Project Cargo

How do you ship the components for aircraft hangar doors in excess of 40 metres high with a span more than half a kilometre'


Confidential Project Cargo

The logistical challenges of transporting everything from heavy steel fabrications to delicate electrical systems and architectural finishes halfway around the world are immense. Jewers Doors’ client list includes military; overseas royalty; executive jet companies and commercial airlines - so it’s vital that any logistical mistakes are eliminated and potential delays avoided. Jewers Doors is currently shipping a high profile bespoke door solution to the Southern Hemisphere - and is once again utilising the services of Spatial Global to ship materials for this prestigious project.


Highly capable and discrete project cargo partner

Jonathan Jewers, Director, Jewers Doors says:

Most of our projects are confidential, such is the case with this current project - the customer is inter-governmental, multi-national and the completed project will be of global significance. Our project cargo partners need to be leaders in their field and capable of operating at the highest levels of confidentiality.

“The freight forwarding team needs to understand what is being shipped, the clients and the processes involved in each destination country and transit port to ensure that delays don’t occur. For these reasons, Jewers Doors has a long-standing relationship with Spatial Global and relies on their team for a fast and efficient service. Their team has an unrivalled understanding and appreciation of what Jewers Doors needs when transporting exported solutions.


Managing Confidental Project Cargo - whatever the challenges

Jewers Doors Limited is a family-owned business, designing and manufacturing specialist industrial doors and aircraft hangar doors worldwide. With a manufacturing facility and headquarters in Bedfordshire, the company relies on efficient transportation of materials and components, often large and heavy, to destinations worldwide including the Middle East, Australasia and South America.


Confidential Project Cargo needs great planning!

Ensuring the container equipment is available and we can meet the delivery schedule requires complex planning and a very hands-on approach. To ensure any Project Cargo is handled responsibly means we need to get involved from the instant our client first gets the order.

Rachel Morley, General Manager Operations, Spatial Global

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