By Sophie Barnes2019-10-21T12:20:00+01:00
Asia Break Bulk (Singapore), an exclusive agent for COLI Schiffahrt and Transport, has added the multipurpose vessel ABB Bentje to its fleet.
Owned by Held Bereederungs, the 2004-built ship has two 120-tonne capacity cranes. The 12,500 dwt vessel recently entered service for Asia Break Bulk and is on its way to the west coast of India.
United Heavy Lift (UHL) is opening an office in Houston, Texas, to meet the needs of its customers in the USA.
Höegh Autoliners has shipped three 45 m-long rotor blades from Santander, Spain, to Melbourne, Australia, on behalf of DSV Projects Portugal.
Earlier this year, Megalift transported an oil and gas pressure vessel from the fabricator’s yard in Kemaman to Petronas’ chemical plant in Gebeng, Malaysia, covering a distance of more than 70 km.
The port of Blyth and its partner Advance Northumberland are to showcase a number of development projects at the Global Offshore Wind virtual conference, taking place on October 28.
The port of Rotterdam handled a total of 103.4 million tonnes of freight in the third quarter of 2020, while total throughput for the first nine months of the year was 8.8 percent lower than 2019 levels. HLPFI speaks with Twan Romeijn, business manager breakbulk at the port authority, about the port’s outlook for the heavy lift market.
Wergeland Group and PSW Group have signed a letter of intent for the delivery of a Huisman Skyhook quayside crane at the Gulen Industrial Harbour, Norway.
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