August 7 - Southern Africa Europe Container Service consortium (SAECS) has become the first ocean carrier to sign up to use facilities at the UK's newest deep sea container port, London Gateway.
London Gateway, which is still under construction on the north bank of the River Thames, is set to commence operations in Q4 of this year. SAECS is a consortium of Deutsche Afrika-Linien, Maersk together with subsidiary Safmarine, and Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL).
The last of 77 MHI Vestas V164-9.5 MW turbines has been installed at the Borssele III and IV offshore wind project off the coast of Zeeland, the Netherlands.
Ghana-headquartered Monpe Heavy Haulage delivered six engines from ports in Ghana to Niger, on behalf of DB Schenker.
OHT has discharged the final jacket foundations for the Moray East offshore wind farm, at the port of Nigg in Scotland.
Fesco Transportation Group has coordinated the delivery of heavy equipment from Russia to Bangladesh for the Rooppur nuclear power plant project.
The port of Leith in Scotland – owned by Forth Ports – has made a major investment in its facilities to enhance its position in the offshore renewables market.
Global towage operator Svitzer has taken delivery of the tugboat Svitzer Vestri from Turkey-based shipbuilder Med Marine.
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