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.
Marseilles-headquartered Groupe Medico has acquired SE-Levage, which is based in Haute-Savoie, France.
The Netherlands-headquartered Spliethoff acquired an additional P14-type vessel on October 15 2020.
Sommer Kranverleih has taken delivery of an 800-tonne capacity LTM 1750-9.1 mobile crane.
Rhenus Brazil has released an upgraded version of Fênix, the transportation management system (TMS) designed to meet shippers’ needs for air and ocean freight services.
thyssenkrupp Marine Systems has acquired Scheuerle SPMTs for the in-house transportation of boat sections.
Germany-based crane service provider Wiesbauer has boosted its fleet with the addition of a Liebherr LR 11000.
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