HEBO Maritiemservice has established a permanent location for its sheerleg cranes at TMA Logistics’ facilities in the port of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
With its fleet of sheerleg cranes, HEBO offers lifting capacities up to 800 tons (725.75 tonnes) for breakbulk and offshore projects in the region, as well as services for the superyacht cluster at the port.
South Caroline Ports (SC Ports) has appointed Barbara Melvin as president and ceo following Jim Newsome’s retirement.
Several port industry leaders have joined the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) board of directors.
Turkey-headquartered Hareket has established a heavy lift terminal at Bautino port in Kazakhstan.
UK contractor Graham Group has begun work to develop the South Bank Quay that will service the offshore wind sector on the River Tees, UK.
The Australian port of Newcastle is enhancing its project cargo, general cargo and container handling capabilities further with the investment in two Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbour cranes at its Mayfield 4 berth.
Global Energy Group’s (GEG) port of Nigg, Scotland, has been selected as the marshalling, storage and logistics base for 114 wind turbine foundation structures destined for the Seagreen offshore wind farm.
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