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.
SAL Renewables has changed its name Atheleon, in response to the growing importance of the wind energy industry.
Swedish power generator Vattenfall is working with transport engineering specialist Mammoet to advance the use of the latter’s climbing crane for onshore wind energy installation works.
The Netherlands-headquartered trailer manufacturer Nooteboom has added a three-axle drawbar semi-low loader to its product range.
Manitowoc has upgraded its 275-ton (250-tonne) capacity 999 lattice boom mobile crane, renaming it the MLC250.
Trailer manufacturer Faymonville has appointed Matthew Schattgen as area sales manager for the US market.
Schaften Cranes is purchasing 400 Scheuerle SPMT axle lines from TII Group as it expands is portfolio to include transport equipment.
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