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.
Barnhart Crane & Rigging worked with Kiewit Corporation to remove the main span of the Gerald Desmond Bridge in Long Beach, USA.
UECC is expanding the use of carbon-neutral biofuels in its logistics chain through a partnership with towage provider Svitzer.
With wind turbines growing in height, crane manufacturer Manitowoc is expanding its boom insert offering for its MLC300 lattice-boom crawler crane.
Heavy transport and installation contractor Sarens has installed a 250-tonne bridge in the centre of Hazebrouck, France.
Heavy lift vessels Gulliver and Rambiz have placed a 5,000-tonne intake head on the seabed of the Bristol Channel for the EDF’s Hinkley Point C project in the UK.
Freight Traders, member of the XLProjects (XLP) network in New Zealand, has handled 314 packages, totalling 1,195 tonnes and 4,577.85 cu m.
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