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Wagenborg makes investments

Wagenborg Nedlift has taken delivery of two telescopic cranes from Demag, while Royal Wagenborg added NBP Carrier to its multipurpose fleet.


The five-axle AC 160 unit joining Wagenborg Nedlift features a lifting capacity of 160 tonnes and a main boom length of 68 m.

The 500-tonne capacity AC 500, meanwhile, has a main boom of 56 m and can be equipped with a fixed jib that measures up to 62.5 m and a 90 m luffing jib.

Both cranes are fitted with an IC-1 Plus variable outrigger system.

Royal Wagenborg has added the multipurpose ship NBP Carrier to its fleet. The ship has been brought under the Dutch flag and has been renamed Warnowborg.

Featuring three box-shaped holds of 16.1 m, 25.9 m and 25.9 m in length, the vessel is capable of handling a variety of dry cargoes, such as forest products and breakbulk shipments, said Wagenborg.

www.wagenborg.com

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