By Sonny Prior2018-06-07T12:55:00+01:00
The 5,000-ton (4,535.9-tonne) capacity floating sheerleg crane, Asian Hercules III, is seen during a fleeting visit to RHB Stevedoring’s independent terminal at the port of Rotterdam.
The floating crane, which is part of the Boskalis equipment fleet, measures 106 m long and 130 m in height.
It was based at RHB’s terminal for 14 days in preparation for its next project.
UK-based Ainscough Crane Hire has taken delivery of a 700-tonne lifting capacity Liebherr LTM 1650-8.1 mobile crane.
Heavy – part of the Gosselin Group – has taken delivery of a Konecranes Gottwald Model 5 mobile harbour crane at its terminal on the Albert Canal, Belgium.
CLdN has chartered additional ro-ro vessels to increase sailings between Europe and Ireland.
Fednav has taken delivery of its latest Polar class 4 icebreaking bulk carrier – named Arvik.
Toepfer Transport reports that time charter rates in the multipurpose shipping sector are continuing to increase steadily, with shippers fearing a further tightening of vessel supply in the coming months.
The keel has been laid for Jan De Nul’s offshore heavy lift crane vessel Les Alizés at China Merchants Heavy Industry’s (CMHI) shipyard in China.
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