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Design chosen for India’s ‘greenest airport’
New airport in Delhi aims to be carbon neutral
Allelys lands historic move
Specialized contractor Allelys used SPMT to transport the last Second World War landing craft in the UK
A dozen Unic cranes delivered to Danish military
Unic crane distributor Lissner delivers 12 new units to Danish Ministry of Defence for work that will include engine replacement on Leopard tanks
Moving history
A piece of history was moved back to the sea by King Lifting using a Modulift spreader frame from SafetyLiftinGear
Rapid Platforms assists historical aircraft repair
Rental company provides lift at the UK’s Imperial War Museum
Quick recovery by ALE
ALE puts a ship to rights in a fast turnaround recovery operation
ALE transports submarine
1,331 tonne submarine launched ahead of schedule by ALE in Indonesia
Festival boats given a lift
HN Krane lifts theatre boats for the Störtebeker Festival on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen
Star rise for Concorde
UK-based Star Platforms provided a Skyjack diesel scissor lift to support maintenance of a retired Concorde aircraft
Mammoet moves
Moving a pair of 400 tonne tugboats was a challenge met by Mammoet on a job in Canada
Mammoet assists Seaspan with vessel launch
Seaspan and Mammoet Canada launch 2,450 tonne ship for Canadian Coast Guard
Historic move for Kübler
Hijacked plane moved by Kübler in Germany
Ship sent for scrap using SPMT
A decomissioned Australian Navy vessel was sent for scrap using SPMT from Scheuerle
Giant carrier crane up for sale
The 1,000 tonne Goliath crane at the Rosyth shipyard in Scotland is now surplus to requirements
RTs from XCMG in Bahamian port
Fleet of five XCMG rough terrains at work in a yard on Grand Bahama Island in the Caribbean on ship maintenance duty
Green light for Kentucky aluminium plant
US firm Braidy Industries set to build US$1.3 billion facility to supply automotive and aerospace industries
Work starts on US$ 4.3 billion Saudi shipyard
South Korean construction firm begins joint venture project with state-run oil firm Saudi Aramco
Land to sea by Huationg Inland
Huationg Inland Transport, Malaysia, used 16 axle lines of Scheuerle-Kamag K25 transporter to move a 125 tonne vessel from drydock to the water's edge
Crane upgrade for A2Sea
Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam in the Netherlands is upgrading the main crane and completing other work on A2Sea’s offshore wind turbine erection vessel Sea Installer
ALE completes aircraft carrier load-ins
International heavy lift and transport services company ALE has completed the final load-in operations for the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier project in the UK
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