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Subsea 7 reorganises offshore energy services

Subsea 7 has expanded its Renewables & Heavy Lifting (RHL) business unit to improve services to its clients in the offshore energy sector.

Subsea 7 said the RHL unit now comprises four divisions: Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL) manages and performs the transportation and heavy lifting of offshore structures; Seaway Offshore Cables (SOC) manages and performs marine cable installation, trenching activities and related IMR services; two regional divisions, Seaway Renewables North and Seaway Renewables South, provide integrated solutions to clients in the renewables sector utilising the combined resources of SHL, SOC and Subsea 7.

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JH Parabia adds Tiiger girder bridge

February 15 - India’s JH Parabia has acquired a Tiiger-STB-550 girder bridge from TII India, a subsidiary of Germany's TII Group.
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Record unit at Bilbao

February 15 - The port of Bilbao, Spain, has loaded its heaviest-ever cargo: a 2,450-ton (2,223-tonne) ship-to-shore (STS) crane.
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V&M chooses Terex for Ultimate project

February 15 - V&M Erectors has been busy on the the largest infrastructure project in the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) history.
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DSV ups Panalpina bid as Agility enters the fray

February 15 - Panalpina’s board of directors confirmed that it has received a revised, non-binding proposal from DSV to acquire the company at a price of CHF180 (USD178.9) per share, all in cash.
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