May 20 - Four Grove cranes - a GMK6400, a GMK6300L and two GMK5220s - were contracted by construction company Ralf Teichmann to assist with the dismantling and loading of a portable gantry crane in Kehl, Germany.
The four cranes - owned by German heavy lift specialist MSG Krandienst - were used to disassemble and lift the crane, which weighed over 250 tonnes, ready for delivery to Basel, Switzerland. The job took three days to complete.
Crane manufacturer Tadano has appointed Robbert Kreber as its business leader covering Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
Van der Vlist has opened a technical logistics facility in Zeebrugge, Belgium.
Freight forwarder Bertling Logistics’ teams in Spain and Türkiye have teamed up to deliver out-of-gauge (OOG) cargoes for a petrochemical plant.
KOGA Shipping has entered into a multi-year charter for the 10,500 dwt vessel FWN Ranger, which will be renamed KOGA Ranger.
Dubai-based freight and logistics provider Blue Bell Shipping has coordinated the transport of cargoes for the second phase of DNO’s Tawke oilfield expansion project in Iraq.
Boa has taken delivery of its newbuild semi-submersible Boa Barge 38. It is available in the Singapore area for operations or cargo heading to Africa or the Americas.
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