By Sonny Prior2019-01-02T13:55:00+00:00
Norway’s TTS Group has been awarded a NOK 102 million (USD11.7 million) contract with Cosco (Dalian) Shipyard Company in China for five sets of cargo cranes and hatch covers.
A spokesman for the marine equipment manufacturer confirmed that these are for the five 62,000 dwt multipurpose vessels ordered by Cosco Shipping Specialized Carriers as reported here in November 2018.
Deliveries are expected to take place by the end of 2019.
Bolk Transport has established Breakbulk River Cargo (BBRC) to offer regular connections between the North and Black seas using Europe’s inland waterways.
Jumbo’s heavy lift vessel Fairpartner has navigated through Immingham lock in the UK to deliver two ship-to-shore cranes as part of the Associated British Ports’ (ABP) Humber Container Terminal expansion.
Blue Water Shipping has coordinated the delivery of two shipments of catenary anchor leg mooring (CALM) buoys from Penglai, China to Daesan, South Korea in partnership with BBC Chartering.
Ambercor Shipping USA has appointed Willy Hoffmann as its vice president, project sales.
Bertling Logistics has appointed Richard Jones as its global sales manager.
The port of Long Beach, USA, has named Frank Colonna as president of the board of harbour commissioners and Steven Neal as vice president, effective August 10.
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