By Sophie Barnes2020-03-20T09:15:00+00:00
BigLift Barentsz has delivered three neo-Panamax ship-to-shore (STS) cranes to the port of Savannah in the USA.
The Konecranes STS cranes will now begin the commissioning process and are expected to enter service in approximately 12 weeks. With the addition of these units, Savannah will operate 36 STS cranes.
The use of low sulphur fuels can add up to USD20,000 to the operational expenditure of a ship per annum, according to Sacha Cornell, fleet manager at Norbulk Shipping.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has created a course to educate end users about the risks and responsibilities of lifting operations.
The US federal government has given the green light for Vineyard Wind – the country’s first commercial scale offshore wind farm.
Greenroad has coordinated the delivery of 20,000 cu m of cargoes, including six diesel locomotives and other accessories, for Mexico’s Mayan Train project – a 1,525 km intercity railway that would traverse the Yucatán Peninsula.
Last month, the UK’s Bristol port facilitated the transhipment of a 178-tonne electrical transformer as part of a National Grid Hinkley expansion project in Somerset.
Legendre has transported equipment destined for the Ariane 6 launchpad in Guyana.
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