December 17 - Conquest Offshore - a Dutch joint venture between Concordia Offshore BV and Zwagerman Offshore Services BV - has used its Conquest MB I, 1,500 tonne offshore heavy lift crane barge to unload six ship hulls at Flushing, the Netherlands.
The vessel hulls were built in China and loaded onto the barge 'NP 328'. The cargo was towed to the Netherlands by Holland Offshore's new build tugboat, 'Dutch Blue'.www.conquestoffshore.comwww.concordiagroup.nl
AV Dawson’s port of Middlesbrough facilities in the UK has worked with Bertling Logistics and construction company Strabag to import tunnel segments for Anglo American’s Woodsmith project on the North Yorkshire Moors.
Siemens Gamesa has awarded Laso Transportes a contract to handle the international transport of wind turbine blades from its factory in Vagos, Portugal.
United European Car Carriers (UECC) is delivering 87 trams to Oslo in Norway.
Crosby|Straightpoint has launched its Insight software system that allows users to monitor up to 126 load cells from up to 700 m away, before and during a lift.
FibreMax has manufactured its strongest synthetic cable to date, achieving a breaking strength of 17,020 kilo newtons.
Japan-headquartered crane operator MIC Corporation has taken delivery of its fourth Demag CC 8800-1 crawler crane.
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