May 2 - Conquest Offshore was contracted by Allseas Group to replace the pipelaying vessel Allseas Solitaire's 300-tonne capacity crane with a new 850-tonne capacity Huisman crane at the Dutch Offshore Base in Amsterdam.
Allseas Solitaire is the largest ship to have passed through IJmuiden's sea lock, according to Conquest Offshore. It is scheduled to return to service in the summer of 2016.
Conquest MB1 is now on its way to Mexico for a salvage job in the Gulf.
The US port of Everett and its project partners have commemorated the completion of its USD57 million South Terminal modernisation project.
At the turn of the year, Van der Vlist completed its first transport to the UK following the end of the Brexit transition period.
The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) has partnered with Industrial Training International (ITI) to promote its bridge safety and accident prevention course, amongst its other learning resources.
UK-based Hydratight deployed an Enerpac cube jack, skidding system and turntable to remove and refit a vessel cover in an industrial complex in Germany.
German crane and heavy transport specialist Wiesbauer has added a Grove GMK5150lL all-terrain crane to its fleet.
Nooteboom has entered into a partnership with Switzerland’s Hodel Betriebe that will see the latter act as a service and parts centre for the manufacturer.
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