August 12 - The 28,000 dwt newbuild heavy lift vessel DA DE has joined the fleet of Cosco Shipping Co. Ltd. (Coscol).
DA DE is the sister vessel of DA XIN, which HLPFI reported had joined Coscol's fleet on July 22.Both ships have a tandem lifting capacity of 700 tonnes, an overall length of 179.5 m and a breadth of 28 m.
Five years since the launch of AAL’s office in Dubai, the carrier said that it is seeing tentative growth in cargo demand in the Middle East.
Two heavy lift vessels are on their way to South Carolina Ports Authority’s (SC Ports) Hugh K. Leatherman terminal in North Charleston, USA, to deliver five five ship-to-shore (STS) cranes.
United Heavy Lift (UHL) is opening an office in Houston, Texas, to meet the needs of its customers in the USA.
Marine engineering company Offshoretronic has developed the ADD-ON Support Tower concept for its wind turbine installation vessel.
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.
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