All Aertssen articles

  • Demag CC 2400-1 and CC 3800-1 for Aertssen
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    Aertssen adds crawlers

    2019-03-21T17:13:00Z

    Heavy transport company adds two new cranes for use on Middle East projects

  • Aertssen Kranen used 14 Grove all terrain cranes lifting side by side to install a temporary pipeline in the port of Antwerp, Belgium
    Article

    Aertssen buys Michielsens

    2018-01-08T14:54:00Z

    Belgian crane rental house Michielsens acquired by Aertssen

  • ALE and Aertssen Kranen working together on Total's Optara project in Belgium
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    Aertssen and ALE complete Optara project

    2015-07-17T15:06:00Z

    Lifting and transport specialists ALE and Aertssen Kranen have completed nine months of work on Total's Optara expansion and upgrade project in Belgium

  • The refining and petrochemical complex in Antwerp is Total’s second-largest and Europe's third-large
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    OPTARA project begins

    2014-11-26T09:37:00Z

    Specialized heavy lift and transport service provider ALE and Belgium-based Aertssen will begin transporting modules at the port of Antwerp, Belgium

  • The refining and petrochemical complex in Antwerp is Total’s second-largest and Europe's third-large
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    OPTARA project for Aertssen and ALE

    2014-11-19T09:48:00Z

    Crane service provider Aertssen, based in Belgium and UK headquartered global heavy lift and transportation company, ALE, have been awarded a joint venture contract to work on a refinery in Antwerp, Belgium

  • Amrumbank module on the move: positioning an OHVS module 2100T ro-ro transport onto a barge at the C
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    Roll-iT takes delivery of Scheuerle SPMT

    2014-08-27T09:54:00Z

    Belgium-based lift and transport company Roll-iT, a partnership between Aertssen Kranen (Aertssen Group) and Ivens Transport Kraanbedrijf (Ivens Group), has taken delivery of 24 axle lines of Scheuerle split self propelled modular transporter (SPMT)

  • The Noorderlaan bridge in Antwerp is being replaced to allow larger vessels to use in Albert canal
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    Max head room: demolition of the Nooderlaan bridge in Antwerp

    2009-10-16T12:56:00Z

    The Albert canal in Antwerp is being upgraded to allow for improved traffic flow, requiring the raising of the bridges that span the waterway. D Ri reports