By David Kershaw2020-05-18T15:10:00+01:00
The bridge deck section of Royal Wagenborg’s newbuild EasyMax 2-type multipurpose vessel has been installed at the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard in the Netherlands.
The vessel will be the second EasyMax-type ship in Wagenborg’s fleet. The first, Egbert Wagenborg, was delivered in 2017.
The ship will measure 149.95 m in length and have a hold volume of 625,000 cu ft (17,698 cu m).
BBC Chartering has transported a Damen SPa 4207 vessel to Kingston, Jamaica.
The UK oil and gas decommissioning sector has shown resilience in the face of the pandemic. The oil and gas industry saw lower expenditure in 2020 and this was the case for the decommissioning sector too. Nevertheless, it is expected to rebound from 2022-2024.
Companies are making headway with the preparation to store, process and transport hydrogen at the port of Rotterdam.
The wind energy market continues to grow, not only in terms of the number of projects coming to market but also in terms of the size of components, the latter point adding extra pressure on those needing multipurpose and heavy lift shipping services.
Canada’s port of Vancouver has steadily re-established some of its key connections between the British Columbia interior and the West Coast, following severe flooding and mudslides in the region.
Offshore wind turbine tower manufacturer Valmont and Port Esbjerg in Denmark have entered into an agreement to consider the construction of a factory at the port.
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