March 30 - Fleet Line Shipping subsidiary in Iraq - FLS-KAA - has handled the transport of 800 cu m of oilfield cargo to Erbil via the Turkish port of Mersin.
FLS-KAA coordinated the shipment of the equipment from Abu Dhabi to Mersin port, before organising road transport to Erbil and handling Customs clearance at the Zakho border.
FLS-KAA is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Iraq.
German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has signed a binding agreement to acquire SAAM Ports and SAAM Logistics, as well as real estate assets related to the logistics business.
BigLift Shipping has delivered three Siwertell ship unloaders to Jurong Port in Singapore.
HAL and Boskalis plan to delist from the Euronext Amsterdam on completion of the former’s statutory buy-out that will see it hold more than 95 percent of the issued and outstanding ordinary shares in the Dutch dredging and heavy lift company.
DEME’s Orion, fitted with Liebherr’s HLC 295000 crane, has completed its first two offshore projects in the wind energy industry – installing components for France’s Fécamp and Germany’s Arcadis Ost 1 offshore wind farms.
Heavy haulage expert Allelys has transported two turbines and two generators from Belfast Harbour to Kilroot power station, Northern Ireland.
GustoMSC and NOV Lifting & Handling have developed the Sjøhest wind blade installation (WBI) solution.
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