Heavy and project cargoes often have no choice but to move overland to reach their final destination. The latest updates from operators and service providers involved in the movement of cargoes by road, rail and inland waterways.
UK-based Potteries Heavy Haulage has coordinated the transport of multiple out-of-gauge units for a new gas supply facility at Intel’s Leixlip campus near Dublin, Ireland.
Transportes Lalgy, in cooperation with Bolloré Transport & Logistics, has deployed 18 axle lines of CombiMAX modules from Faymonville to move large components for a gas project in Maputo, Mozambique.
ALS has transported two compressor units to Forth Ports’ Grangemouth quay for onward transport to Russia.
New Zealand’s Ara Ake has launched a free tool designed to help freight companies and the public sector better understand the options for decarbonising their road fleet.
More than a third of European road transport businesses that took part in a survey from legal firm DWF are thinking about expanding their operations into other countries, with the UK leading the list.
UK-based lifting specialist Ainscough Crane Hire has helped to remove the mast of the HMS Victory, as part of essential conservation work being carried out on the ship.
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