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Bolloré loads out in Singapore

Bolloré Logistics Singapore's oil and gas team has handled the load out of six crew boats on behalf of Bolloré Logistics Cameroon. 

The operation involved receiving six crew boats from a shipyard in Singapore, and positioning them below-the-hook of a chartered heavy lift vessel. The crew boats, measuring 22 m x 6 m x 9 m, were transported on their cradles and weighed 45 tonnes each. 

The crew boats were unable to be self-navigated or wet towed in Singapore waters to the chartered vessel. Bolloré Logistics Singapore had to mobilise barges, which were narrow enough to allow for a load out in a narrow location. 

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