All Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International articles in March 2020 – Page 6

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  • Roll-Lift completes Aruba project
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    Roll-Lift completes Aruba project

    2020-03-11T11:05:00Z

    Roll-Lift USA has transported six motors, weighing 298 tons (270.3 tonnes) each, in Aruba, on behalf of Martin Bencher.

  • HFW boosts shipping practice
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    HFW boosts shipping practice

    2020-03-11T11:00:00Z

    International law firm HFW has made a series of senior appointments to its shipping practice. 

  • MOL targets Mozambique and South Africa
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    MOL targets Mozambique and South Africa

    2020-03-11T11:00:00Z

    Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has appointed Mitsuru Fukushima as its chief country representative for Mozambique and South Africa, effective April 1, 2020. 

  • RHB boosts crane capacity
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    RHB boosts crane capacity

    2020-03-10T15:00:00Z

    Rotterdam-based RHB Stevedoring & Warehousing has acquired a second mobile harbour crane that will be used to handle heavy lift and project cargo.

  • BNSFL hauls to Houston
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    BNSFL hauls to Houston

    2020-03-10T15:00:00Z

    USA-based BNSF Logistics has transported components of a mixed material storage system from Cedar Rapids, Iowa to the port of Houston.

  • C-Job plans expansion in Greece
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    C-Job plans expansion in Greece

    2020-03-10T14:55:00Z

    Ship design and engineering specialist C-Job Naval Architects is expanding its network with the opening of an office in Athens, Greece.

  • Kintetsu partners with Chapman for relief project
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    Kintetsu partners with Chapman for relief project

    2020-03-10T14:55:00Z

    Kintetsu World Express, in partnership with Chapman Freeborn, chartered seven Airbus A300 Freighter flights from Dubai World Central Airport (DWC) to Juba, South Sudan, to deliver more than 230 tonnes of aid and relief materials.

  • Konecranes on the double
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    Konecranes on the double

    2020-03-10T14:50:00Z

    Konecranes will deliver a mobile harbour crane to the port of Terneuzen, the Netherlands in spring, and a second unit to the port of Antwerp, Belgium in mid-2020.

  • Changes at Agility GIL
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    Changes at Agility GIL

    2020-03-10T14:40:00Z

    Essa Al-Saleh, ceo of Agility’s Global Integrated Logistics (GIL) business unit, will step down on May 1, 2020. He will be succeeded by Chris Price.

  • Salvage work begins at Rostock
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    Salvage work begins at Rostock

    2020-03-09T14:00:00Z

    Two 50 m-long lattice booms have been salvaged from the harbour basin at the port of Rostock, Germany.

  • FROM THE MAGAZINE: Supporting a greener energy sector
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    FROM THE MAGAZINE: Supporting a greener energy sector

    2020-03-09T12:55:00Z

    As part of the green energy movement, many companies in the oil and gas sector are diversifying in order to survive – and logistics has a role to play. Megan Ramsay reports.

  • UECC to test biofuel oil
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    UECC to test biofuel oil

    2020-03-09T12:50:00Z

    Short-sea ro-ro shipping line UECC will trial the use of GoodFuels’ biofuel oil on its vessel Autosky.

  • RSS supports school construction
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    RSS supports school construction

    2020-03-09T12:45:00Z

    Rope and Sling Specialists (RSS) has supplied a 36 m-long lattice beam and rigging equipment to support the Cefn Saeson School construction project in South Wales.

  • K5 handles Noble cargoes
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    K5 handles Noble cargoes

    2020-03-09T12:45:00Z

    K5 Freeport & Oil Centre in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea has discharged 3,000 pipes for Noble Energy’s Alen gas development.

  • Railcars arrive in Vancouver
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    Railcars arrive in Vancouver

    2020-03-09T12:40:00Z

    Canaan Group has delivered 24 railcars from Busan in South Korea to Vancouver, Canada.

  • BATI completes Mastercraft move
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    BATI completes Mastercraft move

    2020-03-09T12:35:00Z

    BATI Group has delivered a Mastercraft boat to Bodrum, Turkey.

  • Laso continues Alecrim-Urze project scope
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    Laso continues Alecrim-Urze project scope

    2020-03-09T12:35:00Z

    Laso Transportes has begun the second phase of component deliveries for the Alecrim-Urze wind farm in Paúl da Serra, on the island of Madeira.

  • Heavy Lift Awards category spotlight: Safety Award
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    Heavy Lift Awards category spotlight: Safety Award

    2020-03-06T16:05:00Z

    HLPFI takes a look at the Safety Award, sponsored by deugro group. 

  • Covid-19 outbreak restricts multipurpose recovery
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    Covid-19 outbreak restricts multipurpose recovery

    2020-03-06T11:55:00Z

    The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak is expected to lead to weaker than expected full-year cargo demand growth for multipurpose and heavy lift vessels, according to Drewry.

  • Blades shipped in Aalborg
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    Blades shipped in Aalborg

    2020-03-06T11:50:00Z

    Siemens Gamesa contracted Mammoet to transport three 94 m-long wind turbine blades from a storage area at its manufacturing plant in Aalborg, Denmark, to the nearby quayside.