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CEE members on the move

SAL Heavy Lift has delivered a range of heavy and oversized cargoes, including a 550-ton (499-tonne) reactor, to Houston, USA on its heavy lift vessel Anne-Sofie. 

The cargoes were loaded at several ports in Asia. The reactor measured 74 m long and had a diameter of 7.7 m. 

Other units measured up to 44.2 m x 6.4 x 5.1 m and weighed up to 274 tons (248.6 tonnes). 

Meanwhile, KMA Uruguay Tecnordi has transported a 94-ton (85.3-tonne) mobile substation to Asuncion, Paraguay on behalf of the country’s National Electricity Administration (ANDE).

The unit was transported from Indonesia via Antwerp, Belgium to Montevideo in Uruguay, where the cargo was transhipped for onward transportation to Asuncion. 

The shipment was completed in cooperation with Grimaldi Lines and Independencia Shipping Lines (ISL). 

KMA Uruguay Tecnordi and SAL Heavy Lift are members of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE). 

www.sal-heavylift.com 

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