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Saipem 7000 makes Dutch call

September 24 - Crane vessel Saipem 7000 has arrived in Eemshaven from Norway, where it will remain moored until the end of the year under the agency of Marico, which was acquired by Broekman Logistics last year.

Marico will actively contribute to a number of jobs that will be conducted on the ship over the next few months.

Saipem 7000, which is owned by Italian company Saipem, has a total lifting capacity of 14,000 tonnes. The vessel's main tasks involve heavy lifting for oil and gas platforms in the North Sea.

 

 

www.broekmanlogistics.com

www.marico.nl

www.saipem.com

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