All ALE articles – Page 11

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    Global expansion for heavy lift firm ALE

    2012-09-24T14:25:00Z

    International heavylift and transportation company ALE is growing its presence in Australia and Canada with the formation of two joint ventures with local transportation firms

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    ALE and Roll-Lift joint venture in Canada

    2012-09-14T10:16:00Z

    International heavy lift and specialized transport providers ALE and Roll-Lift have formed a joint venture company, ALE Roll-Lift Canada

  • ALE's AL.SK350 super heavy lifter has a load moment of 354,000 tonne-metres and a capacity of 5,000
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    ALE to build 5,000 tonne capacity AL.SK350

    2012-07-10T10:08:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE will build the 5,000 tonne capacity (354,000 tonne-metre) AL.SK350 super heavy lifter for a long term project in Brazil

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    ALE in Vietnam milestone

    2012-01-03T13:01:00Z

    Vietnam's first jack-up rig was loaded out and floated off to sea by heavy transport and lifting company ALE

  • The new PTC 140/200 DS can work down to -40 or up to 55 centigrade without any load chart reduction.
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    There has been a surge in super heavy lift crawlers and fixed-base ringer models

    2011-12-16T14:11:00Z

    Capacities are increasing to meet industry requirements. Euan Youdale looks at the surge in super heavy lift crawler cranes and fixed-base ring models

  • ALE design engineers created the bespoke upending frame
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    Custom tilt-up by ALE

    2011-11-24T16:15:00Z

    ALE installed an 800 tonne riser access tower using an innovative tilt-up design for an offshore installation

  • ALE used a bespoke two-tower gantry in Peru raising a de-ethaniser column on the Malvinas Plant expa
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    ALE moves into Iraq

    2011-11-17T11:35:00Z

    Heavy lift specialist ALE is opening an office in Basra, Iraq. It will be the first facility for ALE in the country. The company claimed it is also the first major global heavy lift, transportation and installation company

  • ALE used a bespoke two-tower gantry in Peru raising a de-ethaniser column on the Malvinas Plant expa
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    Two-tower gantry for ALE in Peru

    2011-09-14T11:06:00Z

    International transport and lifting company ALE used a bespoke two-tower gantry system to overcome a range of challenges on a petrochemical project in Peru

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    Enter TopLift 2011

    2011-09-07T14:38:00Z

    The 13th annual TopLift contest is here. Readers of International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine are asked to choose their favourite lift of the year

  • ALE claims its AL.SK190 and SK350 as the world’s highest capacity land-based cranes. The 4,300 tonne
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    Second ALE AL.SK190 super heavy lifter

    2011-09-05T16:09:00Z

    Global heavy transport and lifting company ALE has unveiled the second unit of its 4,300 tonne capacity super heavy lifter

  • One of the two de-methaniser vessels being lowered onto SPMTs at Mina Zayed Port
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    Maiden manoeuvres from ALE

    2011-09-01T12:04:00Z

    ALE used its 20 tonne per square metre ALE 300 barge for the first time during the transport of two 830 tonne de-methaniser vessels in the UAE

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    Ainscough and ALE partnership

    2011-08-04T10:45:00Z

    Mobile crane rental company Ainscough and transport and lifting specialist ALE have announced a partnership. The two companies will combine their expertise and equipment on UK-based contracts

  • ALE’s AL.SK190 super heavy lifter making one of the 25 lifts on the Thai Growth Project in Map Ta Ph
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    ALE 4300 tonner works on Thai Growth Project, Map Ta Phut, Thailand

    2011-04-05T10:17:00Z

    ALE used its 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK190 super heavy lifter and its Quick Winch to make short work of a series of major lifts in Thailand. IC reports

  • Liebherr's 3,000 tonne capacity LR 13000 on the test pad
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    Heavy lift cranes and their applications are increasingly spectatcular

    2011-01-11T11:47:00Z

    Lifts are certain to get heavier and more spectacular as the requirement for bigger modules and the machines to lift them continues

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    Sines of success

    2010-09-07T16:16:00Z

    ALE transported reactors, weighing up to 1,457 tonnes, from Italy to the Sines refinery in Portugal. A 1,800 tonne capacity self-geared vessel was used to move the reactors before they were loaded on to 68 axle lines of self-propelled modular transporter (SPMT) and transferred to the refinery 7 km from ...

  • ALE used 320 lines of SPMT to move and load out a 7,500 tonne deck for the Buzzard field
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    SPMT in 7,500 tonne deck move by ALE

    2010-09-06T16:40:00Z

    ALE in the UK completed the site move and load out of an offshore petrochemical industry deck weighing 7,500 tonnes

  • The 122 m long cable-stayed Padre Adelino bridge in São Paulo, Brazil
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    South America sees huge growth for the crane industry

    2010-08-13T12:55:00Z

    South America has not been affected by the global financial crisis to the same extent as many other world regions and prospects for crane users are escalating

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    ALE multi-tasking in Venezuela

    2010-07-08T15:33:00Z

    Heavy transport and lifting company ALE completed the removal and installation of equipment as part of expansion of the FCC Punta Cardon Refinery in Venezuela

  • ALE’s 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK90 has been renamed AL.SK190 as part of a global re-rebranding strat
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    ALE in South America and North Africa

    2010-06-30T15:16:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport specialist ALE has announced the opening of two new offices to augment its on-the-ground capabilities in South America and North Africa

  • ALE performs its first lift with its new Terex CC 8800-1 crawler
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    First lift for ALE's CC8800-1

    2010-05-10T10:31:00Z

    The first job for international heavy transport and lifting company ALE's new Terex CC 8800-1 lattice boom crawler crane was a 1,457 tonne reactor lift in Sines, Portugal