The SLC project was for the Kellogg Joint Venture Gorgon (KJVG) for Chevron based on Barrow Island. The Island is a 202 km² island 50 kilometres northwest off the Pilbara coast of Western Australia. The island is the second largest in Western Australia after Dirk Hartog Island
TracBASE was used to track all materials sent to the island for SLC incorporating the stringent quarantining process for material travelling to a Class A Nature Reserve.
On this complex and demanding project, we formed an integral part of the logistics management team with our resource present on site in Perth, Karratha and on Barrow Island. We provided systems and resources to supervise the strictest quarantining, tracking and progress of materials.
Our scope included the supervising of materials and logistics personnel as well as weekly management reporting.
Planning and visibility of material was improved dramatically and the supply chain efficiency became one of the success stories for the project as a whole.
The project for TracBASE didn’t end with the material arriving on site. TracBASE was utilised for the “revlogging” or “Reverse Logistics” of the material not required on site to be sent back to the mainland. This included everything from mooring anchors (pictured below) down to scrap steel.