December 29 - Steder Group has completed the shipment of a knuckle boom crane and associated equipment via the Dutch inland waterways to the Port of Rotterdam, where the cargo was loaded on board a SAL Heavy Lift vessel for shipment to the Far East.
The crane weighed in at 268 tonnes with the dimensions 32 m x 77.5 m x 11 m.
Steder Group is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in the Netherlands.
RollDock Shipping has appointed Insignia Shipping as its general agent in Spain and Portugal.
Laso Transportes has continued to invest in its fleet during 2020 and has started to take delivery of 25 tractors and 20 pilot cars.
Two landmark channel improvement projects in the USA have progressed in recent weeks, with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) kickstarting the deepening of the Mississippi River Ship Channel and awarding a USD15.4 million contract for the first phase of the Freeport harbour channel improvement project.
Swire Blue Ocean (SBO) plans to invest in a newbuild wind farm installation vessel, with the option to add a second unit to the order.
Container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd has opened an office in Lagos, Nigeria. In Lagos, Hapag-Lloyd calls at the ports of Apapa and Tin Can Island.
For the next fiscal year, the port of Long Beach in the USA plans to invest USD369 million in capital projects to construct and renovate facilities.
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