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North America News from December 2019

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Mammoet’s reel big move

December 23 - Mammoet has transported two cable reels that form part of the Seneca Lake submarine cable replacement project in Romulus, New York.
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Konecranes lands portal crane orders

December 19 - Pacific Logistic has ordered a second eco-efficient Gottwald Model 3 portal harbor crane for its Sollers terminal in Vladivostok, Russia.
Views: 3053
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AAL ships pleasure craft

December 18 - AAL’s S-class ship Bangkok recently transported 12 vessels from Genoa, Italy to the US Virgin Islands and Port Everglades, Florida.
Views: 2831
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Blue Water begins Greenland project

December 16 - Blue Water Shipping has been involved in a major chartering operation for Denmark-based Munck Civil Engineering.
Views: 2945
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BigLift delivers the goods to Baffinland

December 12 - In the north of Canada, Baffinland Iron Mines is expanding its mine at Milne Inlet. BigLift Shipping delivered vital components to support the expansion over the course of three shipments.
Views: 3328
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Cosdel ships to Riyadh Auction and Salon

December 10 - Cosdel International Transportation, a Rock-it Cargo company, transported 447 vehicles from the USA and Canada to Saudi Arabia. The vehicles were up for sale at the Riyadh Auction and Salon during late November.
Views: 2660
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LNG projects move forward at Brownsville

December 9 - The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved proposals for new LNG projects, totalling USD38.75 billion, at the port of Brownsville, USA.
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White to depart Baltimore

December 5 - James White will resign as executive director at the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration (MDOT MPA), effective December 31.
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