Tschudi Logistics has delivered wind turbine components from Germany to Denmark.
BigLift Barentsz has delivered three neo-Panamax ship-to-shore (STS) cranes to the port of Savannah in the USA.
DEME has installed the two substations for the SeaMade offshore wind farm in the Belgian North Sea.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) is supporting the Global Lifting Awareness Day (GLAD), which takes place on July 9, 2020.
The general cargo vessel EEMS Dublin has transported nine wind turbine blades, each measuring 70 m in length, to the port of Dunkirk in France.
Al Faris has loaded, transported and discharged a tugboat and pontoons for the Hatta pumped storage hydro power plant (PSHPP) project in the UAE.
Virtus Projects and Global Logistics has handled two train carriages that were shipped from Japan to the Philippines.
Barrus Projects has delivered wind turbine blades for the Kochubeevskaya wind farm in Russia.
During May and July 2019, SAL Heavy Lift demonstrated its offshore installation capabilities at the Greater Changhua Test Pile project, offshore Taiwan.
ALS in Germany has coordinated the transport of three large brewery tanks from the port of Immingham in the UK.
Italy’s Facchin Trasporti has moved a rail wagon from Treviso to the port of Cervignano del Friuli using a four-axle MegaMAX lowbed trailer from Faymonville.
Schryver Del Ecuador has handled a shipment of eight heat exchangers for a petroleum plant expansion project in the Ecuadorian jungle.
The Buss Terminal in Eemshaven, the Netherlands, has been selected as the base port for the foundation structures that will be installed at the Hornsea Two offshore wind farm.
AAL’s multipurpose vessel AAL Kembla recently berthed at C. Steinweg’s Süd-West-Terminal – the first time the ship has called at the port of Hamburg.
Hareket has dismantled and moved the main bearing of a tunnel boring machine (TBM) in mid-western Turkey.
Roll-Lift USA has transported six motors, weighing 298 tons (270.3 tonnes) each, in Aruba, on behalf of Martin Bencher.
USA-based BNSF Logistics has transported components of a mixed material storage system from Cedar Rapids, Iowa to the port of Houston.
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.
Two 50 m-long lattice booms have been salvaged from the harbour basin at the port of Rostock, Germany.
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.
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