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ALE de Mexico loads out 1,000 tonne pontoon at Tampico

March 16 - ALE de Mexico has successfully performed the load-out of a 76m 1,050 tonne pontoon over a distance of 150m up to a dry dock in preparation for floating at Tampico, Mexico.

ALE used two self-propelled transport platforms with 26 axles each to execute the transport.

The manoeuvre was completed in five hours.

Tampico is Mexico's chief economic powerhouse on the Gulf of Mexico. Its port specialises in breakbulk and non-containerised cargo.

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Meyer steps down from Zeaborn

July 18 - Ove Meyer, co-founder of Zeaborn has resigned as managing director, including his role at Zeamarine.
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Bishop takes AWRS

July 18 - Bishop Lifting Products has completed the acquisition of American Wire Rope & Sling (AWRS), a leading provider of rigging, lifting and overhead crane solutions.
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Centauro crosses the Andes

July 18 - Centauro Argentina has coordinated the delivery of turbines for a hydroelectric energy project in Mendoza.
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