All Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International articles in June 2020 – Page 4

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  • Increasing US demand AAL services, june 2020
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    Increasing US demand for AAL’s services

    2020-06-17T08:44:00Z

    Project cargo flows into the USA during the pandemic have been hit in multiple ways, but AAL Shipping has seen an increase in breakbulk demand, driven largely by the wind energy industry.

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    G2 Ocean joins ship automation study

    2020-06-16T15:40:00Z

    G2 Ocean has partnered with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and 22 maritime industry partners to study safe methods and technology for enabling ship automation.

  • SARR Freights handles cargo northern India, june 2020
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    SARR completes turnkey deliveries

    2020-06-16T15:18:00Z

    India-based SARR Freights has completed a turnkey project that involved delivering power generation equipment across northern India.

  • BMS Heavy Lifting Vietnam strategic alliance
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    BMS Heavy forms strategic alliance in Vietnam

    2020-06-16T13:32:00Z

    Denmark’s BMS Heavy Cranes and Dang Gia Corp Vietnam have formed a strategic alliance to provide heavy lifting services for Vietnamese wind energy projects.

  • Volga-Dnepr delivers for NASA mission, june 2020
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    Volga-Dnepr delivers for NASA mission

    2020-06-16T11:01:00Z

    On May 18 Volga-Dnepr transported a 32 m-long rocket booster from Huntsville in Alabama to Cape Canaveral in Florida, USA.

  • Baj boosts fleet with Faymonville, june 2020
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    Baj boosts fleet with Faymonville

    2020-06-16T10:55:00Z

    Ghana’s Baj Freight and Logistics has added an eight-axle MultiMAX semi-trailer from Faymonville to its fleet.

  • Tomy Sofhian Managing Director Indonesia GEODIS, june 2020
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    Sofhian joins Geodis

    2020-06-16T10:47:00Z

    Geodis has appointed Tomy Sofhian as its managing director in Indonesia.

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    Vanguard solution keeps Nissan project on schedule

    2020-06-15T17:50:00Z Sponsored by

    When Covid-19 threatened to stop the expansion of Nissan’s automotive manufacturing facility in South Africa in its tracks, Vanguard came up with a solution to keep the delivery and installation of a 2,000-ton (1,814.4-tonne) press on schedule and in budget.

  • Fortitude kickstarts UAL service, june 2020
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    Fortitude kickstarts UAL service

    2020-06-15T13:52:00Z

    Universal Africa Lines (UAL) will deploy its heavy lift vessel UAL Fortitude on a new service connecting the Mediterranean and Black seas with West Africa.

  • CLdN launches service connecting Santander, Spain with UK and Ireland june 2020
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    CLdN adds to service network

    2020-06-15T13:49:00Z

    Ro-ro operator CLdN is launching a service connecting Santander, Spain with the UK and Ireland

  • Port of Ipswich handles transformer, june 2020 (2)
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    Ipswich handles heavy lift

    2020-06-15T13:46:00Z

    The port of Ipswich, part of Associated British Ports (ABP), has handled a 178-tonne transformer as part of a National Grid infrastructure project in Burwell.

  • Transport System Bögl sent to China, june 2020
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    Transport System Bögl sent to China

    2020-06-15T13:44:00Z

    German construction company Max Bögl has delivered the first of its newly developed light railcars to China onboard an Antonov AN-124.

  • AWP-Terex
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    ​Leadership changes at Terex

    John L. Garrison, chairman and ceo of Terex Corporation, will take on additional responsibilities as president of Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP). Matt Fearon, current AWP president, is leaving the company on August 1.

  • ceva expands operations in Africa, june 2020
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    Ceva boosts network in Africa

    Ceva Logistics, part of the CMA CGM Group, has acquired a majority stake in AMI Worldwide as part of its plans to expand its network in Africa.

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    2020-06-15T09:00:00Z Sponsored by

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  • Combilift social distancing, june 2020
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    Combilift coping with Covid

    2020-06-12T09:50:00Z

    Irish material handling solutions provider Combilift has implemented a number of measures to keep up its productivity in times of Covid-19 and social distancing – its space optimisation expertise has also proven to be invaluable for customers.

  • Sarens launches CS350 climbing system, june 2020
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    Sarens launches CS350 climbing system

    2020-06-12T09:45:00Z

    Belgium-headquartered heavy transport engineering and lifting specialist Sarens has introduced its CS350 climbing system – the latest in a new generation of bottom-feeding jacking systems.

  • Frank bergert, ceo thomas miller hamburg, june 2020
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    Thomas Millar names Bergert

    2020-06-12T09:13:00Z

    International insurance services provider Thomas Miller has appointed Frank Bergert as its ceo in Hamburg, Germany, effective immediately.

  • Rhenus moves to Liège, june 2020
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    Rhenus moves to Liège

    2020-06-12T09:10:00Z

    Rhenus Air & Ocean in Belgium has relocated from its premises in Herstal to an office 20 km away from Liège Airport.

  • Joël Hounsinou, Bollore Logistics, june 2020
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    Hounsinou promoted at Bolloré

    2020-06-12T09:06:00Z

    Bolloré Transport & Logistics has appointed Joël Hounsinou as its ceo in the Ivory Coast.