By David Kershaw2020-05-27T11:00:00+01:00
Norfolk International Terminals (NIT), Virginia Port Authority’s largest terminal, has received its final set of rail mounted gantry cranes.
In total, 60 cranes have been received to the port as part of its expansion programme. The final set was delivered by BigLift Shipping and will be stationed at the gateway’s two main container terminals.
Xellz has acquired an additional 100,000 sq m of land in Rosslare, Republic of Ireland, as it progresses its plans to create a free economic zone (FEZ) at the port.
Two Waratah Series 2 passenger trains arrived on the vessel AAL Hong Kong at the port of Newcastle in Australia on July 5, 2020.
Total throughput at the port of Antwerp fell by 4.9 percent in the first half of the year compared to the same period of 2019, as the effects of the Covid-19 crisis took hold. The first signs of recovery, however, are now visible.
Mammoet has completed its role in the Dangote petroleum refinery project in Lekki, Nigeria, with the installation of a 1,240-tonne propylene bullet.
The port of Goole has facilitated the delivery of a 155-tonne transformer destined for the Cottam power station in North Lincolnshire.
Mammoet has set a 531-tonne bridge into place in Florida, USA.
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