Rhenus Project Logistics has transported six rectifiers from Japan to a construction site in Bahrain.
A steel arch bridge has been installed across the Thomassentunnel and the A15 and N15 motorways in the Netherlands, forming a key link in the port of Rotterdam’s proposed Theemswegtracé railway line.
SAL Heavy Lift’s vessel Annegret has loaded a mobile harbour crane (MHC) in Germany.
Martin Bencher delivered a 205-tonne transformer from Helgum to Stor-Finnforsen, Sweden during May.
Belgium-based freight forwarder AML has shipped a 955-tonne autoclave from Antwerp to De Kastri, Russia.
Caldwell Group has supplied a 23 m-long, 23-tonne capacity lifting beam for use at a highway construction project in Philadelphia, USA.
Chipolbrok Pacific has called at the ports of Esbjerg, Denmark and Taranto, Italy to load wind energy components for a project in Taichung, Taiwan.
Gebrüder Weiss and Altus Norway have coordinated the movement of heavy and oversized cargoes for a hydropower project in Stardalen, Norway.
Roll Group has transported wind energy components using its vessel BigRoll Beaufort to assist in the construction of a wind farm 27 miles (43 km) off the coast of Virginia, USA.
Van Oord’s offshore installation vessel Aeolus has installed the first of 77 MHI Vestas wind turbines at the Borssele III and IV offshore wind project off the coast of the Netherlands.
Combi Lift has started the third phase of its transport contract for Gazprom’s Amur gas processing plant (GPP) project in Russia.
Mammoet has employed its Trailer Power Assist (TPA) system to transport the first two toroidal field coils that form part of the ITER project in France.
Norfolk International Terminals (NIT), Virginia Port Authority’s largest terminal, has received its final set of rail mounted gantry cranes.
Bergé Maritima has handled wind turbine tower sections at the port of Seville, Spain.
Altius has transported two pieces of oversized cargo from Antwerp in Belgium to Mantos Blancos, Chile.
Taiwan’s Hai Long 2 offshore wind project will use Siemens Gamesa’s recently introduced 14 MW SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbine.
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