ONE of the most affected industries amid the Covid-19 pandemic is the construction sector. But the easing of community quarantine and resumtpion of businesses bring hope that infrastructure investments can make a rebound toward the last quarter.
JP Marzan Project Ventures Chairman Jay Marzan believes the resumption will help the country improve its overall growth, but mobility remains limited, so any delay to the transportation of a project’s equipment will be critical to its completion.
Companies in the construction, mining and manufacturing sectors depend on the expertise of logistics providers to help transport large, complex, high-value pieces of equipment or project cargo used for their plans.
“The goal now is to build strong foundations to prevent the damages in our economy from happening again, which we can achieve if we help each thrive through these challenges and continue the country’s progress,” Marzan said.
One of the leading logistics providers in the country, JP Marzan has come up with ideas for a safe and secure delivery of project cargo to the construction site.
Foremost is proper equipment as project cargo mostly consists of heavy machinery used for digging, lifting or demolishing certain materials. To avoid accidents, it is best to provide high-quality tools like flatbeds, straps and skids to safely reach its destination. Other important factors are personnel training, route planning and building relationships. – The Manila Times