Fagioli and Somalew Cranes & Logistics form strategic alliance

Fagioli SPA, Italy, and Somalev Cranes & Logistics, based in Morocco, have formed a strategic alliance to provide heavy lifting services to many upcoming projects in Morocco and region. Fagioli, specialised in heavy transport and lifting, project logistics and freight forwarding activities, has a large fleet of equipment to perform any kind of transport and …

AAL delivers giant cable carousel for a US$2 billion offshore clean energy project

AAL Shipping has recently delivered a cable carousel measuring 23m in diameter (73m circumference) to Jan De Nul Group, for the Formosa 2 offshore wind farm project, 9.5 km off the coast of north-west Taiwan. The cargo was loaded in Jebel Ali and transported on deck of the 19,000 dwt heavy lift (HL) multipurpose vessel AAL Nanjing to the …

ECOL announces landmark recognition agreement with British Columbia

ESTA, the European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes has published a statement announcing that the crane operators holding an European Crane Operators Licence (ECOL) will be able to work in British Columbia, Canada without undertaking additional training. ECOL, created by ESTA, has signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) with the British Columbia …

Kuenz installs first cranes in Africa

In 2016, Kuenz won a contract with APM Terminals, a subsidiary of Maersk Group, to deliver 42 ASCs to a new automated terminal in the Port of Tanger, Morocco. Kuenz delivered all 42 cranes over the first two phases of the project from 2017-2019, with the terminal officially opening in June 2019. Today the cranes …

Liebherr’s TCC 78000 lifts monopiles for new wind farm in the Baltic Sea

In the port of Rostock, the first of a total of 72 monopoly foundations for the offshore wind farm “Kriegers Flak”, which is currently under construction, were loaded. The wind farm, located south of the Danish coast, will supply up to 600,000 households with electricity in the future and will thus become Denmark's largest offshore …

The JDL takes air !

The JDL will be held in September as planned in strict compliance with health regulations and rules. The JDL supports the restart of our activities and our professional meetings necessary and essential to our economy, while preparing for the future of our business in 2021. Be assured that we are acting in close consultation with …

Kuenz Cranes for terminal in Bavaria

German KT-Infrastrukturgesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG is in the process of rebuilding the existing terminal in Wiener Straße in Regensburg and has relied on Kuenz GmbH’s know-how in the intermodal crane industry. The project scope consists of a trimodal container gantry crane, featuring a telescopic spreader and gripping tongs. As the largest freight transport and …

RSS removes railway footbridge in South Wales

Rope and Sling Specialists Ltd. (RSS) supplied rigging gear to Quattro Plant Ltd. as an adapted rail crane lifted a 20t railway bridge that was knocked off its foundations by a heavy goods vehicle in South Wales recently. Quattro is a specialist provider of hire solutions to the railway sector and in this instance it …

ALS and Norsea launches new logistics company to support the wind industry

Abnormal Load Services (ALS) has announced together with Norsea, part of the Wilhelmsen Group, the launch of a new logistics company Elevon, whose sole focus is to support the wind industry. “Big opportunities need a singular focus. The pure-play strategy allows Elevon to anticipate and respond quicker to client needs, attract industry-specific talent, go ‘all-in’ …

It’s official !

The government has just confirmed, after the Defense Council on Friday, June 19, that exhibitions, fairs, congresses and major events can resume from September 1, following the mobilization of event professionals, who have asked for clarification of this recovery. Confirmed this morning by the President of the Palais des Congres of Beaune, Jean-François Champion, and …