Latest news from Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International Magazine

Heavy lift crane vessel makes progress

OOS International, the Dutch company which offers specialist offshore decommissioning, ship management and heavy lift services reports that construction of its newbuild semi-submersible heavy lift crane vessel OOS Serooskerke is making good progress.

All of the structural steel work on the vessel has been completed. The blocks are now undergoing internal outfitting and painting before being erected onto the superstructure, while deck modules are currently being placed onto the vessel.

Completion is scheduled for the second quarter of 2019, when the vessel will be used in decommissioning projects and other heavy lift operations worldwide.

OOS International offers a fleet of semi-submersible heavy lift vessels which can install numerous fixed and floating structures in both shallow and deep water.

The crane vessels can be used for transportation of modules and equipment on deck, reducing costs and improving workability, claims OOS International.

Heavy Lift | News

Meyer steps down from Zeaborn thumbnail image

Meyer steps down from Zeaborn

July 18 - Ove Meyer, co-founder of Zeaborn, has resigned as managing director, including his role at Zeamarine.
Views: 1493
CITB readies for Alaska’s ice-free season thumbnail image

CITB readies for Alaska’s ice-free season

July 18 - Cook Inlet Tug & Barge (CITB), a subsidiary of Foss Maritime Company, has announced that the 2019 ice-free season on Alaska’s North Slope are under way.
Views: 558

Heavy Lift Across The World

Discover heavy lift and project logistics industry news from around the world by region.