It was a history-making day for MAC Projects, a strategic business unit of MAC Holdings Private Limited, at its 115-year-old corporate office ‘The Wavertree,’ when it secured its largest project logistics contract in Sri Lanka.
The deal, which was secured in the backdrop of the project logistics division being rebranded as MAC Projects, sealed the logistics contract of the wind power project developed by Daily Life Renewable Energy Private Limited (DLRE) in Narakkaliya, Norochcholai.
With this deal, MAC Projects became the first service provider to move the longest-ever wind blade on Sri Lankan roads – a staggering 135 feet in length. MAC Projects has also invested in special state-of-the-art blade carriers to be engaged for this project.
MAC Projects will be moving a total volume of 22,600 CBM from the Port of Colombo to the project site, travelling approximately 150 kilometers per trip.
With its latest developments, MAC Projects pledges to revive the logistics business for development projects in many ways in order to contribute to country’s growth aspirations in making the island nation ‘The Wonder of Asia’.