By Sonny Prior2018-12-03T10:35:00+00:00
Spinelli Group has ordered a Konecranes Gottwald mobile harbour crane (MHC) for its multipurpose terminal at Genoa, Italy.
It will be the tenth Gottwald mobile harbour crane to be installed at Genoa Port Terminal. The EUR4 million (USD4.6 million) G HMK 8610 variant is due to arrive in Genoa in March 2019. The maximum lifting capacity is 150 tonnes and maximum outreach is 56 m.
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Container shipping industry analyst Xeneta said that shippers on major trades are seeing falling spot rates and premiums, and getting capacity allocations is becoming easier.
Combi Lift’s Forwarding Solutions division has moved a gas boiler across Europe.
United Heavy Lift (UHL) has tasked Zeaborn Ship Management to supervise the construction of its latest F900 Eco-Lifter newbuilds, which it ordered during May.
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Vallianz, Ulstein Design & Solutions, Shift Clean Energy, and Bureau Veritas will collaborate on the design and construction of a DP2 hybrid-propulsion heavy transport vessel.
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