March 9 - Lift and Shift has transported and loaded out 20 modules for Larsen & Toubro (L&T), including deck, building modules, bridges, jackets, tripods, and process and technical platforms.

The contract to rebuild Mumbai High North Offshore Platform involved some of the biggest and longest modules ever facbricated in India.

Lift and Shift, part of the Apurva Natvar Parikh Group, ordered ballast pumps and new axles, including 204 axles required for transporting the largest module.

Five of the largest modules, weighing between 3,300 and 4,500 tonnes were transported in January from the fabrication yard to the jetty and loaded out on to barges to take advantage of the rising tide. Some modules had to be moved during the night because of the tidal restriction in the Hazira channel.

The load outs were executed over a period of 75 days and the total weight of the structures was 40,000 tonnes.