Mammoet takes over ALE

Mammoet confirms that the acquisition of ALE has been completed, and the businesses will now operate as one company under the Mammoet brand. Over the coming months a fully developed integration plan will be rolled out that will focus on bringing the two organizations together. The global coverage of the combined business is over 140 …

Kuenz: Intermodal container cranes for Poland

The Polish company Centrum Logistyczno Inwestycyjne Poznań II Sp. z o.o. is going to extend its intermodal container terminal in Jasin, near Poznan.For subject extension, Kuenz has been awarded for the delivery of three brand new single girder intermodal cranes. They will be able to stack one over four containers and be equipped with a …

Gaussin Terminal Trailers for Qatar

Gaussin has won a new order for 24 Terminal Trailers (TTr), with an option for additional 33 TTr for QTerminals, operator of Hamad Port, Qatar, for the new Container Terminal 2 (CT2). QTerminals is a terminal operating company jointly established by Mwani Qatar (51% shareholding) and Milaha (49% shareholding) to provide container, general cargo, RORO, …

BigMove goes for EuroCompact trailers from Scheuerle

BigMove AG, a consortium of medium-sized heavy-load logistics companies, which operates throughout Europe, was contracted to transport an 86-tonne rotary drilling rig from Mannheim via the A9 motorway to the centre of Munich, where the construction of expanding the S-Bahn network is in progress. To deliver this heavy construction machinery the heavy-load specialists from BigMove …

Van Oord signs partnership with Hendrik Veder Group

During the Europort trade fair in Rotterdam, the international dredging and offshore contractor Van Oord has signed a two-year partnership contract with Hendrik Veder Group, that offers products and services in the field of steel wire rope and fibre ropes. The Netherlands-based company will provide the maritime contractor with lifting equipment required for offshore windmills …

Antwerp increases eco-efficiency with two more Konecranes Gottwald mobile harbor cranes

Belgian logistics and transportation company Zuidnatie Breakbulk, installed in the Port of Antwerp, has opted for two eco-efficient Konecranes Gottwald mobile harbor cranes. For empty container handling and heavy loads up to 100 tons in their operations area at Quay 624, they chose the Konecranes Gottwald Model 3 mobile harbor crane GHMK 3405 in two-rope …

Kalmar wins new order from DP World

Kalmar and DP World strengthen their partnership with a new order for 38 Ottawa T2 terminal tractors following an order booked in Cargotec’s 2019 Q3 order intake. The new machines will operate at the company’s Caucedo terminal located in Punta Caucedo, 25 kilometres from Santo Domingo, which is the commercial and political capital of the …

AAL reinforces its global presence

On the eve of its 25-year anniversary, the specialist breakbulk and project heavy lift carrier AAL has announced the expansion of its multipurpose fleet with the addition of four Warnow-Class (W-class) 33,271 dwt ‘mega size’ vessels. This new fleet expansion represents 133,000 dwt / 156,000 cbm of additional capacity and will boost the operating tonnage …

Tadano completes acquisition of Demag Mobile Cranes

Tadano Ltd. has announced the completition of its $215 million acquisition of the Demag Mobile Cranes business on August 1st. Demag’s mobile cranes give Tadano one of the most complete ranges of lifting equipment solutions available from a single manufacturer, expanding the product line with eight lattice boom crawler crane models with lift capacities from …

Mammoet announces the acquisition of ALE

The two companies specialized in engineered heavy lifting and transport have just announced the signing of an agreement for the acquisition of ALE by Mammoet. Paul van Gelder, CEO of Mammoet, said: "We are very happy with this agreement. Mammoet and ALE complement each other in geographical presence on all continents. Together, we have a …