DEME Offshore and Penta-Ocean will establish a joint venture to focus on the construction of offshore wind farms in Japan.
deugro has transported a 485-tonne column and other petrochemical refinery equipment from South Korea to the USA for a chemical expansion project.
Mammoet’s subsidiary Conbit, which provides specialised lifting and structural engineering services, has opened an Asia Pacific (APAC) hub office in Malaysia.
Anjeon Enterprise deployed 96 axle lines of Cometto MSPE EVO2 self-propelled modules to transport a 3,000-ton (2,721.6-tonne) patrol ship in Goseong, South Korea.
Mammoet has lifted three columns for the Guru Gobind Singh polymer expansion project in Punjab, India.
Total Movements, in collaboration with ABC India, has moved transformers for the Maitree power project in Bangladesh.
OHT’s fleet of semi-submersible vessels have been busy transporting offshore equipment that will be used to support various wind farm projects in China.
SARR Freights has moved heavy and oversized cargo using hydraulic axle trailers in southern India.
Indonesia-based Superkrane deployed its Grove GMK6300L-1 all-terrain crane to lift concrete beams for a railway bridge project in Jakarta.
RSL Shipping Singapore has handled the export of an oversized steel hose reel that measured 17.5 m x 13.6 m x 14.8 m and weighed 256 tonnes.
Jumbo’s heavy lift vessel Fairpartner recently completed a 29-day tour of Indian gateways, calling at five separate ports.
FLS Projects helped to load two separate shipments on the semi-submersible vessel Xiang Yun Kou in Vietnam.
Blue Water Shipping has completed two challenging shipments for a longstanding client from Spain to China.
Tadano has launched the seven-axle AR-700N all-terrain crane, boasting a maximum lifting capacity of 700 tonnes, for the Japanese market.
Martin Bencher has handled the transport of two modules for the oil and gas industry from South to North China.
The keel has been laid for CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering’s (CDWE) offshore installation vessel Green Jade.
Following the completion of infrastructure improvements, Taiwan International Ports Corporation’s (TIPC) port of Taichung is set to receive wind turbine components.
Sri Lanka-based Advantis Projects & Engineering has received seven Tata Signa 4018.S prime movers at its facility in Sedawatta.
Chapman Freeborn has appointed Allen Liu as cargo director for North Asia.
Fracht opened its first office in India on February 22. Based in Mumbai, the Indian outfit will be led by two industry veterans – Captain V.P Rajesh and Rajnish Tiwari.
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