February 11 - Atlantica Tender Drilling's semi-submersible Beta platform has been successfully transported from Dalian to Rio De Janeiro on the deck of Coscol's semi-submersible heavy transport vessel Tai An Kou.
With a total weight of around 15,000 tonnes and an overall height of 68 m, Beta was the heaviest cargo ever carried on Tai An Kou, says Cosco Heavy Transport's Josh Wilson.
BIMCO analysis has shown significant geographical differences when it comes to VLSFO sulphur compliance and ISO 8217 quality problems.
Express Global Logistics (EXG) successfully completed the movement of galvanised transmission line towers and accessories for one of the largest infrastructure construction companies in Bangladesh.
Logistics service provider Slavenburg & Huyser is moving into a 50,000 sq m facility in Vlissingen, the Netherlands, which will focus on the distribution of solar panels.
Van Oord’s offshore installation vessel Aeolus is lined to up to receive a major crane upgrade. By installing a new, longer boom on Aeolus’ existing crane, the vessel will be ready to handle up to 15 MW turbines for offshore wind energy projects.
Ulstein has unveiled its HX122 offshore installation vessel design, which will feature an 8,000-tonne lifting capacity crane to cope with the increasing size of offshore wind energy components.
The port of Bilbao, Spain, will host a seminar in October detailing how ports will play a key role in the energy transition.
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