HLPFI | Latest News

ALE takes the road less travelled

July 20 - ALE has transported two transformers, weighing 75 tonnes each, along a challenging 2,000 km route to the Al Farsha Substation in Saudi Arabia.
Views: 304

SC&RA moves for harmonisation in Canada

July 20 - The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) has visited Ontario and Quebec, as part of a continuing effort to work toward harmonisation of heavy haulage regulations for its 116 Canadian members.
Views: 273

Dawes updates fleet with Link-Belt

July 20 - USA-based Dawes Rigging & Crane Rental, a member of the ALL Family of Companies, has taken delivery of six Link-Belt truck cranes.
Views: 278

Corpus Christi welcomes wind shipments

July 20 - Port of Corpus Christi’s recently developed breakbulk cargo laydown yard, the Rincon West Yard, has received its first shipment of wind turbine components.
Views: 295

ICS welcomes sulphur cap efforts

July 20 - The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) says it is encouraged by efforts made to resolve some pressing practical challenges of the global implementation of the 0.5 percent sulphur in fuel cap, which comes into effect on January 1, 2020.
Views: 237

Osprey adds Constructor to fleet

July 20 - UK-based heavy transport and marine specialists, Osprey, has added the Osprey Constructor to its fleet of barges. 
Views: 317

Business | Mergers and acquisitions | Forecasts | Investments | Appointments | Archive

/clientfiles/images/news/thumb/xs/Screen%20Shot%202018-07-20%20at%2012.25.24.jpg thumbnail image

BelugaXL completes maiden flight

July 20 - The first BelugaXL aircraft has landed at Toulouse-Blagnac, France after completing its maiden flight over the south west of the country.
Views: 284
/clientfiles/images/news/thumb/xs/AGCS-%20Marine%20losses.jpg thumbnail image

Shipping losses decline, but risks remain

July 19 - Large shipping losses have declined by more than a third (38 percent) over the past decade, according to Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE’s (AGCS) Safety & Shipping Review 2018.
Views: 381
/clientfiles/images/news/thumb/xs/Centurion%20Ben-Murphy-Justin-Cardaci.jpg thumbnail image

Centurion in Triton takeover

July 18 - Australian heavy haulage provider Centurion has acquired Triton Transport Service, a specialist heavy haulage and general freight company based in Western Australia.
Views: 458

Sectors | Shipping | Overland | Logistics | Airfreight | Ports and terminals | Networks | Archive

APL enhances GA2 service

July 19 - APL has added the port of Umm Qasr, Iraq to its Gulf Asia Express 2 (GA2) service. 
Views: 353

DB Schenker innovates for Airbus

July 18 - Airbus has partnered with DB Schenker to develop a logistics plan to transport components of the A320 range of aircraft from Hamburg, Germany to the manufacturer’s US facility in Mobile, Alabama.
Views: 497

Jan De Nul's latest discovery

July 18 - Jan De Nul Group has signed an agreement with Vroon Group to acquire MPI Offshore’s jack-up crane vessel MPI Discovery, together with its crew and a number of MPI’s employees.
Views: 438

Projects | Archive 

Al Faris’ heavy power lift

July 19 - Al Faris has utilised its 1,000-tonne capacity crawler crane to lift 12 generators at a power plant in Dubai.
Views: 359

Mammoet transports Island tug duo

July 17 - Heavy transport specialist Mammoet has completed the transport of two 430-ton (390-tonne) tugboats from the Island Tug and Barge (ITB) Annacis Island facility to Vancouver harbour.
Views: 498

EFG lifts off in Sweden

July 16 - EFG Scandinavia, part of the EMS-Fehn Group, has installed the first wind turbine at a project site in the north of Sweden.
Views: 535

Wagenborg busy with wind shipments

July 16 - Wagenborg Shipping Sweden has transported wind turbine components from Terneuzen in the Netherlands to Piteå in Sweden on behalf of General Electric (GE).
Views: 573

Insight | Archive

FROM THE MAGAZINE: Commodities outlook improves

July 17 - Commodity prices are rising and new projects are being approved around the world as energy majors, having driven down costs, begin to invest some of their cash stockpiles, writes David Kershaw.
Views: 347

Trade war steams ahead

July 3 - The trade war is a speeding train, accelerating with every trade-restrictive retaliatory measure imposed and becoming ever more difficult to stop, said the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO).
Views: 1314

Equipment

Cranes | Heavy haulage | Under the jib | Jacks, skates & rollers | Software | Strapping & lashing | Packing & crating | Archive

Demag duo for Madisa

July 19 - Mexican heavy machinery and Terex distributor, Madisa, has expanded its crane inventory with the addition of two new Demag all-terrain cranes.
Views: 330

Mammoet takes five

July 19 - Mammoet has added to its already established fleet with the acquisition of five Grove GMK4090 all-terrain cranes from Manitowoc.
Views: 331

Latest news from Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International

Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International (HLPFI) is firmly established as the leading media presence for professionals involved in the logistics of over-dimensional and heavy cargoes.

Written by an international team of award-winning journalists, HLPFI delivers essential information about the movement of such cargoes across the whole range of transport modes.

First published in 2007, HLPFI now has a distribution of over 19,500, delivered to owners and operators of heavy lift equipment and facilities, specialist freight forwarding companies, as well as shipping and logistics managers working for EPCs, and companies involved in the development of infrastructure for energy, mining, civil engineering, oil and gas, offshore, and industrial manufacturing facilities.

Heavy Lift Across The World

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