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Liebherr STS order from Egypt
Egypt's Alexandria Container & Cargo Handling Co. has placed an order with Liebherr for two ship-to-shore (STS) container cranes for its Alexandria and Dekhelia ports.
Jumbo completes wind installation
Netherlands-based heavy lift shipping and offshore installation company Jumbo used its DP2 heavy lift vessel Jumbo Javelin for the installation of the first transition pieces (TP) for the Anholt Offshore Wind Farm in Denmark.
Petrolesport takes more Liebherr RTGs
St. Petersburg port complex Petrolesport in Russia has ordered six additional rubber tyre gantry (RTG) cranes from Liebherr to join its existing fleet of four RTGs
Huisman delivers 600 tonne crane
A new wind turbine erection vessel with 600 tonne capacity crane has been handed over by Husiman to IHC Offshore and Marine in the Netherlands
Mammoet ships first PTC 200 DS
The first unit of the new Mammoet PTC 200 DS super heavy lift ring cranes has left the Port of Antwerp in Belgium in 222 containers for its first project
Work starts on biggest lock
Antwerp project costing €340 million gets underway with a finishing date of 2016.
Royal Boskalis Westminster on target
Dredging and maritime infrastructure group likely to finish year in line with expectations.
Cargotec and ZPMC for London Gateway
Cargotec and ZPMC cranes for London Gateway, UK's new shipping port and logistics centre
Indian shipyard orders 23 Haulotte big booms
An Indian shipyard is to take delivery of 23 new Haulotte telescopic booms in what is thought to be one of the largest ever powered access orders in the country.
Baltic contracts for Lemminkäinen
Finnish firm reports strong order book for infrastructure contracts in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Anholt wind farm for Jumbo
Jumbo Offshore has been awarded the transport and installation contract for all 111 transition pieces on the Anholt offshore wind farm in Denmark
US$ 560 million breakwater contract
Acciona wins Brazilian super-port work thanks to an innovative construction method for breakwaters.
Maxikraft Terex CC 6800 goes offshore
A series of unique challenges had to be overcome when crane and transport operator Maxikraft removed the rotor and nacelle of a 5 MW wind turbine at a height of 90 metres - offshore
Pyeroy grows in offshore sector
Industrial services company Pyeroy is providing scaffolding, powered access and rope access services to support the fabrication of a 700t jacket and 550t topside module being built for energy operator Centrica.
UK water project
Costain, Galliford Try and Atkins in joint venture to upgrade sewage treatment works in Liverpool.
Malthus wins accommodation rental contracts worth £58 million
Norway-based Malthus has won a £28 million contract to build a temporary camp for 850 oil and gas workers on the UK’s Shetland Islands.
Snorkel supports Emirates Team New Zealand in the Volvo Ocean Race
Snorkel is an official team supplier to Emirates Team New Zealand, providing it with two S1930E compact electric scissor lifts. The machines will travel with the support crew, traversing the globe on the round-the-world race.
Mediterranean gas pipeline gets €500 million EIB boost
Medgaz consortium is loaned half the total cost of a project to construct a gas pipeline between Algeria and Spain
US$ 2 billion port complex for Myanmar
Italian-Thai Development signs framework agreement to build & operate facilities over a 60 year concession period.
Halcrow to look at Venice
A feasibility study for a new € 1,3 billion offshore deep water terminal outside Venice Lagoon in Italy will be undertaken by Halcrow.
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