This week, two casco-barges arrived in Rotterdam onboard the United Heavy Lift vessel UHL Faith, for Concordia Damen Shipbuilding.
The valuable cargo was shipped in by the Nepa Group who
Today, the Port of Rotterdam released a white paper on the opportunities and threats for breakbulk business, together with industry experts Johan Paul Verschuure, Project Director of the Ports &
The Jumbo Kinetic recently shipped three fully erected single boom shipyard cranes, manufactured by Haixi Heavy Machinery Company in China for the Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri. For their client,
Höegh Autoliners recently transported two large ship propellers from Kobe, Japan to Amsterdam, for freight forwarder Martin Bencher.
The two out-of-gauge 33 metric tonne propellers with an outer diameter of 6.9
According to Wallenius Wilhelmsen, delivering high-value breakbulk products to market safely requires specialised handling solutions.
The benefits of using multi-purpose bogies for your breakbulk:
Compared to roll trailers, MPBs offer better
This week, the Fracht Netherlands (Fracht FWO BV) project team supervised the smooth loading operation of four transformers in the Port of Antwerp, Belgium.
The transformers were loaded onto BigLift Shipping's
AAL Shipping (AAL) has delivered four of the largest rubber tyre gantry cranes (RTGs) in its history to the Port of Oslo (Oslo Havn KF), Norway.
These new generation mobile
BBC Chartering's vessel, BBC RUSSIA, left Rostock, Germany on 29 June with two fully erected Liebherr LHM 550 cranes for the port of Tema in Ghana, marking the delivery of
United Heavy Lift (UHL) recently loaded their vessel, MV UHL Future, in India with a large shipment of 84 Vestas V150 blades for DSV.
The F900 eco-lifter MV UHL Future
DEME celebrated the naming ceremony of the world’s first DP2, twin-hulled offshore wind Service Operation Vessel ‘Groenewind’ in the Port Oostende on Friday. The Belgian Federal Minister of Energy, Tinne