All Africa articles – Page 15

  • MSC adds West Africa service

    MSC adds West Africa service


    MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has introduced a service to West Africa for rolling, project and breakbulk cargoes.

  • Mammoet secures contract

    Mammoet secures contract


    Mammoet has been awarded a contract to provide heavy lifting and transport solutions for the Dangote Oil Refinery in Lagos, Nigeria.

  • Bolloré delivers in Cameroon

    Bolloré delivers in Cameroon


    Bolloré Logistics was recently contracted by Ziemann Holvrieka to transport a consignment of industrial brewing equipment from Belgium to Diageo's Guinness factory in Bassa, Cameroon.

  • BDP adds Kenyan locations

    BDP adds Kenyan locations


    Global logistics and transportation solutions provider BDP International has opened offices in Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya.

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    Alistair completes Tanzanian lifts


    January 2 - Alistair Group has stepped up its involvement in two power plant projects in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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    HLPFI - November/December 2017 - now available!


    HLPFI's November/December 2017 edition is packed full of useful information.

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    LOC expands in Egypt


    December 7 - Global marine and engineering consultancy LOC Group has opened an office in Cairo, Egypt to increase the company's presence across North Africa and the Middle East.

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    B & B moves in Burkina Faso


    December 5 - B & B International has completed the delivery of cargo for the construction of an electrical network spreading over 800 km (497 miles) in the north of Ougadougou, Burkina Faso.

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    Tug trio sails with Hansa


    December 4 - Hansa Heavy Lift (HHL) has transported three tugs from Singapore to Russia onboard its heavy lift vessel HHL New York.

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    Beluga keeps production line running


    November 29 - Moscow-based Beluga Projects Logistic has completed the first phase of a complex project at the Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia.

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    B&B and Portlog team up


    November 23 - France-based B&B International and Mexico's Portlog International have arranged the transport of an injection unit and accessories from the Port of Antwerp to Altamira Port, Mexico.

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    Advantis relocates power plant


    November 23 - Advantis Projects, the Sri Lanka-based project logistics arm of Hayleys Advantis Group, has relocated the 24 MW Lakdhanavai power plant from Sapugaskanda, Sri Lanka to Nyala, Sudan.

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    PCN Annual Summit opens in Prague


    November 20 - Project Cargo Network's (PCN) 2017 Annual Summit opened today in Prague in the Czech Republic.

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    Steder moves in Djibouti


    November 16 - Steder Group has transported three transformers, each weighing 110 tonnes, from Djibouti to a project site in Ethiopia.

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    Nantes is calling for COLI


    November 13 - COLI Shipping & Transport France has commenced operations based in Nantes.

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    Winning order for Konecranes


    November 9 - Winning Logistics, part of the Singapore-based Winning International Group, has purchased two Konecranes Gottwald Model 8 floating cranes.

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    B747 for Astral Aviation


    November 8 - Kenya-based Astral Aviation has signed a long-term aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) agreement with Air Atlanta Icelandic, adding a factory-built Boeing 747-400 freighter to its fleet.

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    Samson expands in Europe


    November 2 - The Netherlands-based United Offshore Services (UOS) has added Samson Saturn-12 and chafe products to its inventory, enabling it to offer synthetic tug mainlines and pendants.

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    SAL Engineering launched


    November 1 - Germany-based shipping group Harren & Partner (H+P) has established SAL Engineering, a sister company to SAL Heavy Lift, which will provide specialised engineering services across its fleet, as well as to external customers.

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    Bloodhound set to take off


    October 30 - CargoLogicAir (CLA) will utilise one of its Boeing 747 freighters to transport the Bloodhound SSC to Hakskeen Pan, South Africa in 2018, where it will attempt to set a new world land speed record and break through the 1,000 mph (1,609.4 kph)