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COSCO SHIPPING HEAVY TRANSPORT Triumphs in Moray West Project: 10 Transition Pieces Safely Delivered

COSCO SHIPPING HEAVY TRANSPORT has accomplished the seamless transportation of 10 transition pieces for Lamprell, a key player in the Moray West Project. Lamprell secured the fabrication and transportation contract for a total of 62 transition pieces for the Moray West Project in 2022.

The latest achievement involved the reliable vessel, Tai An Kou, which expertly conveyed the 10 transition pieces from the fabrication site in Hamriyah, U.A.E., to the marshalling yard in Nigg, UK. Notably, the pieces were stowed upright, underscoring the precision and technical prowess of the transportation process.

This successful venture reaffirms COSCO SHIPPING HEAVY TRANSPORT’s commitment to excellence in handling complex logistics and project freight. The Moray West Project, with its intricate demands, required a strategic approach, and the company’s proficiency in executing such tasks was evident throughout the entire operation.

The partnership with Lamprell, a company renowned for its expertise in engineering and fabrication, further solidifies COSCO SHIPPING HEAVY TRANSPORT’s position as a reliable and capable heavy transport provider in the maritime sector.

As the global maritime industry continues to evolve, such achievements underscore the significance of effective project freight and logistics solutions. The successful delivery of these transition pieces not only demonstrates the technical prowess of COSCO SHIPPING HEAVY TRANSPORT but also highlights the collaborative efforts of various stakeholders involved in the Moray West Project.

This accomplishment adds to COSCO SHIPPING HEAVY TRANSPORT’s track record of successful project completions.

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