Sarens removes coal grinder pipes in the Netherlands

Sarens was commissioned to remove five coal grinder pipes at the EPZ coal-fired power station in Borssele, the Netherlands for its client Meuva. The five grinders had to be jacked-up from their foundation, driven out, unloaded, and finally scrapped and recycled. Each grinder had a diameter of 3.5m, length of 7m, and weighed approximately 110T. The …

ZPMC to supply six gantries for the deep-water port in Timor-Leste

Timor Port S.A., a subsidiary of Bolloré Ports has awarded ZPMC with the contract on the supply of two STS dockside gantries and four RTG yard gantries to equip the Tibar Bay deep-water port in Timor-Leste. The new cranes supplied by ZPMC will feature the latest technologies. They will notably include a leading- edge control …

Vinci signs €388 million contract to build dam in Senegal

Vinci Construction signed a €388 million worth contract with the Gambia River Basin Development Organisation (which involves The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau and Senegal) to build the Sambangalou dam located in the south-east of Senegal, close to the Guinean border. The 91 m high dam will have a capacity of 128 MW, generating renewable energy, improving …

Heliox signs framework agreement with MAN Truck & Bus SE

Heliox has signed a framework agreement with MAN Truck & Bus SE. Accordingly, MAN Truck & Bus, as part of its sales of battery-electric commercial vehicles, offers state-of-the-art charging infrastructure from Heliox in Europe. “Heliox is proud to partner with MAN Truck & Bus SE. We support MAN with the project planning and implementation of …

Vinci wins €1.3 billion contract for Kenya’s motorway

The Republic of Kenya, through its Public Private Partnership Unit and the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA), executed an agreement with Rift Valley Highway, a company owned by VINCI Highways (Lead Member), VINCI Concessions, and Meridiam SAS, for the development of the Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau Summit Highway project. The signature occurred in Paris on September 30th 2020 …

Aertssen Kranen and Michielsens contracted by Total Antwerp

Over the next five years, crane companies Aertssen Kranen and Michielsens will carry out all lifting and rigging works at the sites of Total Refinery Antwerp, Total Olefins Antwerp and Total Polymers Antwerp. This in a joint venture, through a newly created company called AMI. In order to guarantee a unique service, the idea arose to …