Latest news from Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International Magazine

Höegh on track with speedy delivery

Höegh Autoliners has transported equipment and track laying machines from Mumbai, India to Ghana on behalf of OM Freight Forwarders.

Almost 100 breakbulk units needed to be shipped to Ghana to support the construction of a rail network connecting Tema to Akosomba.

Captain Atuldutt Sharma, Höegh’s breakbulk sales manager in India, said: “With the equipment being an essential part of the project, the customer could not afford any delays. Höegh’s India to Africa service offered the best possible transit time of 25 days from Mumbai to Tema, which ensured the customer keep to their tight deadline.”

The units were secured onto 15 roll trailers and transported to Tema on Höegh Amsterdam.

www.hoeghautoliners.com

www.omfreight.com

 

Heavy Lift | News

Lankhorst Ropes supplies slings to Seaway 7 thumbnail image

Lankhorst Ropes supplies slings to Seaway 7

November 15 - Lankhorst Ropes has supplied heavy lift slings to Seaway 7 for use on the Dolphin Accommodation Upgrade Project (DAUP) for Shell Trinidad & Tobago.
Views: 150
Blue Water Shipping names Rios thumbnail image

Blue Water Shipping names Rios

November 15 - Blue Water Shipping has appointed Henry Rios as regional director, UK for the company’s energy and projects division.
Views: 436
Compass moves locomotives thumbnail image

Compass moves locomotives

November 15 - Compass Forwarding, in collaboration with Bahri, has moved ten Wabtec railway locomotives from Lambert Point in Norfolk, USA to Alexandria, Egypt.
Views: 234
Mammoet signs Coeymans partnership thumbnail image

Mammoet signs Coeymans partnership

November 15 - Mammoet USA has signed an agreement with the port of Coeymans in New York that will see the engineered transport provider and heavy lift specialist utilise the 400-acre (161.9-ha) marine terminal.
Views: 277

Heavy Lift Across The World

Discover heavy lift and project logistics industry news from around the world by region.