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Bay Crane expands office network

March 19 - New York-based Bay Crane Service has announced the opening of a new branch office in North Haven, Connecticut, its third office location and first outside its New York birthplace.

The lifting operator will serve the Northeast US region from this facility.

The family-owned company offers high and heavy moving and lifting equipment throughout New York's environs and has a portfolio of crawler cranes, all-terrain cranes, boom trucks, and rough terrain cranes.

Heavy haul capabilities with up to 44 axle lines of hydraulic trailers as well as spread axle trailers to 19 axles are also available to transport very large consignments when required.

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Crowley realigns activities

May 17 - Crowley Maritime Corporation has realigned its shipping and solutions business units in a bid to enhance its focus on non-asset based customer solutions.
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Bob Felix joins UTC

May 17 - UTC Overseas has appointed Bob Felix to its rail logistics team as director of specialised projects.
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DEME awarded Hornsea project

May 17 - DEME Offshore has been awarded a transport and installation contract for Ørsted’s Hornsea Two offshore wind farm, located approximately 89 km off the Yorkshire coast in the UK.
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Qube in LCR takeover

May 17 - Australia-based Qube Holdings has acquired industrial logistics service provider LCR Group in a deal valued at AUD135 million (USD93.2 million).
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