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AAL handles the pressure

AAL has transported petrochemical plant components from Pyeongtaek, South Korea to Map Ta Phut, Thailand.

With a total volume of 15,000 cu m, the shipment included a number of heavy individual items, the largest of which was a pressure vessel measuring 86 m in length and weighing nearly 360 tonnes.

The 19,000 dwt multipurpose vessel AAL Dampier collected the cargo in Pyeongtaek, with its own 350-tonne capacity cranes handling the lifting operations.

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