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Osprey adds Constructor to fleet

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

The flat-top pontoon measures 60 m x 22 m x 4 m and has a cargo carrying capacity of 3,350 tons (3,039 tonnes). 

Built by Neptune Marine, the barge will join Osprey’s existing fleet of 14 barges, with a cargo carrying capacity ranging from 500 tons (453.6 tonnes) to 12,906 tons (11,708 tonnes). 

The Osprey Constructor will be deployed in Monaco for two years as part of a large construction project. 

www.ospreyltd.com

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