One of the heaviest heavy loads that has ever been transported in Germany

deugro shipped three reactors for Bayernoil Raffineriegesellschaft mbH in Neustadt, Germany. The shipments encompassed reactors with a weight of up to 663 metric tons, one of the heaviest heavy loads that has ever been transported in Germany. In the first phase of this project in July 2020, the first (temporary) reactor with a size of …

World first for the maritime industry

Unifeeder operated ship ‘ElbBlue’ was fuelled with liquefied SNG for a trial voyage in a major boost for the shipping industry’s efforts to reduce its carbon emissions.The liquefied SNG, produced at Kiwi’s Power-to-Gas facility in Werlte, Germany is a synthetic form of LNG that is carbon-neutral and generated from 100% renewable energy.  The trial comes …

Tadano hands over the very first AC 7.450-1 all terrain crane

Tadano delivered the world’s very first Tadano AC 7.450-1 all terrain crane to the German crane service provider Wiesbauer. The AC 7.450-1 is a significantly more powerful option which despite its additional axle, still fits in the six-axle class in terms of its dimensions, having a carrier length of only 15.99 meters, an outrigger base …

Antonov Airlines delivers medical supplies to Namibia

Antonov Airlines has safely transported medical supplies at short notice from Germany to Namibia on the world’s largest aircraft, the AN-225 “Mriya”. The mission was executed under the Strategic Airlift International Solution (SALIS) programme. The AN-225, which has recently returned to commercial operation took off from its home base at Kyiv-Antonov, Ukraine and flew to Liepzig-Halle airport, …

Trio of Grove all-terrain cranes for Neeb

The German-based company Neeb has taken a delivery of three new Grove all-terrain cranes during a handover at the Manitowoc factory in Wilhelmshaven. The family business from Wuppertal chose a GMK3060L, GMK4100L-1 and GMK6300L-1 to expand its company fleet. PHOTO: JONATHAN RECKERS FROM MANITOWOC DEALER KRANAGENTUR WERNER (SECOND FROM LEFT) HANDED OVER THE CEREMONIAL KEYS …

DOLL wind blade transport systems in action

Bolk Transport B.V. and Universal Transport have recently opted for DOLL’s self-steering trailer combinations. Both chose hydraulic lifting adapters on a dolly, giving themselves enough reserve capacity to accommodate the steady increase in rotor blade length and weight that the industry is experiencing. With a dead weight of approximately 7.0 to 7.3 tons (depending on the …