Al Faris transports 19 vessels for a crude-oil production facility in Abu Dhabi.

Over a period off 3 months, Al Faris has transported 19 various vessels covering a distance of 150 km for a crude-oil production facility in Abu Dhabi. The heavy lift specialist provided its client with a complete solution for loading these vessels from different manufacturer’s locations to Hamriyah and Jebel Ali Port. Then received these …

Sarens positions Olympic swimming pool roof in Algeria

On behalf of client CEDY, Sarens recently completed the installation of a wooden frame for an Olympic swimming pool roof in Algiers, Algeria. For this operation, Sarens selected the CC2800-1 crawler crane in SSL 84m main boom configuration, as well as the AC-100 and telescopic forklift. The CC2800-1 crawler crane was selected due to the …

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 …

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 …

Allseas selects First Subsea Lifting Tools

First Subsea has won a contract to supply three Ballgrab Internal Lifting Tools (ILT) to pipelay, heavy lift and subsea construction company Allseas. Capable to lift loads up to 900mT, the ILT tools will be used for offshore decommissioning projects. They are designed to be inserted into a tubular receptacle attached to the structure to …

Al Faris uses Enerpac SBL900 gantry system

One of the leading Middle Eastern heavy lifting company, Al Faris Group, has been recently contracted to provide complete logistics from loading to the transportation of over-sized oil refinery equipment from Jafza Port, Dubai to storage at Dubai World Centre, UAE. This involved 12 axle heavy transport vehicles as well as self-propelled modular transporters (PST/SL-E …

Seaway 7 relies on Lankhorst Ropes Slings

Lankhorst Ropes has provided heavy lift slings to Seaway 7, the Renewables and Heavy Lifting business unit of Subsea 7, for the Dolphin Accommodation Upgrade Project (DAUP) for Shell Trinidad & Tobago Ltd. Located on the Esta Coast Marine Area, this project comprises provision of a Permanent Living Quarter Module (PLQ), consisting of a control …

100th jack-up for ALE’s Mega Jack 300

ALE’s Mega Jack 300 completed its 100th jack-up on the Al-Zafour refinery project in Kuwait, which is expected to become one of the largest in the world. ALE is providing the full onshore heavylifting solution for the Fluor Daweoo and Hyundai JV’s module strategy, performing the jack-up, transportation and installation of 188 modules. The Mega …

ALE tests world’s most powerful offshore wind turbine

ALE has recently used its expertise in heavylifting operations and helped GE to unveil and test world’s most powerful offshore wind turbine, the Haliade-X 12 MW, capable of powering 16,000 European households. Featuring the world’s longest blades, it has a rotor span of 260m. Transportation of the first Haliade-X 12 MW nacelle took place at …