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"Mega Shippers" is an 8 part series about expensive, large and unusual cargo needing a drone filming day to cover with aerial shots the workings of an oil rig as it is picked up and moved using a specialist vessel.Mega Shippers is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (8 episodes). The series first aired on July 25, 2016.

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Monday 10:00 PM et/pt on Science
1 Season, 8 Episodes
July 25, 2016
Reality
6.0/10
Cast: Adrian Bower, Adrian Bower
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Mega Shippers Full Episode Guide

  • A massive airplane is ready for assembly in Alabama, but mega shippers need to move several huge parts from all corners of the globe. Meanwhile, three monster dump trucks need to be moved to the other side of the planet without a scratch.

  • In Louisiana, a huge load of biofuel is on its way to a power plant across the Atlantic; a ship loader dangles in the air; a broken radio could ruin the operation.

  • A brand-new $33 million helicopter has just come off the production line. But getting it across the Atlantic in pristine condition is no small feat. Meanwhile, a championship rally car needs to be moved across five countries and two seas in just 76 hours.

  • An almost 2 billion dollar bridge is under construction and Mega Shippers must lift pieces of the bridge 180 feet over a river; in Florida, $150 million-worth of yachts need to be relocated without harm.

  • A precocious plot is needed to transfer a rig from Texas to an oilfield off the Indian coast; a crew must haul a 870-ton piece aboard a cargo ship to craft a warship.

  • Shippers in Virginia have a couple hours to transfer 5,700 tons of cargo onto a barge, but a thunderstorm endangers the chances of completing the job; one of the world's biggest cruise ships must restock.

  • A yacht crosses the Atlantic Ocean during hurricane season; a crew needs to move a 20-ton aircraft cabin trainer to Africa.

  • $34 million worth of cars must be shipped across the Atlantic; nuclear parts needing to be shipped present a unique set of problems.