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.
United Wind Logistics (UWL) has taken delivery of the newbuild vessel BraveWind.
With a current orderbook of 63 vessels, there is little appetite for investment from the multipurpose shipping sector – a trend that has been ongoing for some time and is unlikely to change in the near future.
Five years since the launch of AAL’s office in Dubai, the carrier said that it is seeing tentative growth in cargo demand in the Middle East.
The UK’s Blyth Harbour Commission has appointed Paul Hardisty and Richard Turner as commissioners on the board that oversees the strategy and management of the port of Blyth.
Roll Group has appointed Peter Rondhuis as group ceo, effective January 1, 2021. He will succeed Adriaan Aarts who will join the company’s supervisory board.
Van der Vlist’s facility in Schelluinen, the Netherlands, is open and operational.
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