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ALE de Mexico loads out 1,000 tonne pontoon at Tampico

March 16 - ALE de Mexico has successfully performed the load-out of a 76m 1,050 tonne pontoon over a distance of 150m up to a dry dock in preparation for floating at Tampico, Mexico.

ALE used two self-propelled transport platforms with 26 axles each to execute the transport.

The manoeuvre was completed in five hours.

Tampico is Mexico's chief economic powerhouse on the Gulf of Mexico. Its port specialises in breakbulk and non-containerised cargo.

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Breakbulk Europe kicks off

May 21 - More than 550 exhibitors are preparing for the start of this year’s Breakbulk Europe exhibition, which kicks off later today in Bremen. 
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Multipurpose charter rates dip

May 21 - Time charter rates in the multipurpose shipping sector have declined over the last month, according to the latest data from shipbroker Toepfer Transport.
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Drake closes Cometto deal for ANI

May 20 - The Drake Group, in its capacity as representative of the Cometto brand in Australia, has received an order from Australian Naval Infrastructure (ANI) for 16 self-propelled MSPE modules.
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