All ALE articles – Page 7

  • The ALE AL.SK350 crane fully rigged
    Article

    ALE load tests 5,000 tonner

    2016-09-07T09:59:00Z

    The 5,000 tonne capacity AL.SK350 built by ALE and said to be the world’s largest capacity land based crane, has been rigged for the first time and load tested

  • ALE transporting the OOG units in Atyrau’s city centre
    Article

    Heavy OOG units moved by ALE in Kazakhstan

    2016-09-05T11:01:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE transported a client’s heaviest Out of Gauge (OOG) units through Atryrau, Kazakhstan’s oil capital

  • Load-out of a pipe rack module at Mina Zayed Port, UAE
    Article

    ALE progress with SARB4 offshore project

    2016-08-23T11:39:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE is operating on one of the largest offshore projects, SARB4 (Satah al-Razboot), currently under construction offshore in Abu Dhabi, UAE

  • ALE delivering one of the heavy items
    Article

    First phase of Doha metro project complete

    2016-08-17T11:00:00Z

    ALE has moved 1,470 heavy items to successfully complete the first phase of the new Doha metro project in June 2016

  • ALE’s Mega Jack performs first jack up in Europe with the Albert Kanaal project in Belgium
    Article

    First job in Europe for ALE’s Mega Jack

    2016-08-15T12:59:00Z

    ALE has used its Mega Jack lifting system for the first time in Europe as part of the Albert Kanaal Project in Belgium

  • The AL.SK190 lifts an 800 tonne crude column
    Article

    First lift in Turkey for ALE’s AL.SK190

    2016-08-11T10:35:00Z

    ALE has performed the first lift in Turkey of its 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK190 - one of the world’s largest land based cranes - in Aliağa, Izmir province

  • ALE deliver the train units to Riyadh
    Article

    One day train move for ALE

    2016-08-03T09:06:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE has completed the unloading and transportation of a train, consisting of 11 units, in just one day in Saudi Arabia

  • ALE used a skidding system, specially designed for the project, to load out a 30,000 tonne jack up r
    Article

    30,000 tonne load out for ALE

    2016-07-25T10:14:00Z

    ALE completed the load out of the first 30,000 tonne CAT-J jack up rig in July, using a skidding system that was designed for the project in South Korea

  • Movement of a 1,200 tonne container crane in Abu Dhabi, UAE
    Article

    ALE expands port crane services in Middle East

    2016-07-08T11:08:00Z

    The Middle East branch of ALE is managing the delivery of port cranes, including ship to shore (STS), rubber tyred gantry (RTG), rail mounted gantry (RMG) and straddle carriers

  • ALE jacked four ship to shore cranes by 4.5 metres using its Mega jack 800 system on each corner. Th
    Article

    Site report: Jack-up job for ALE

    2016-06-27T11:11:00Z

    Heavy lift and transport company ALE helped increase the height and alter the track centre distance of four container cranes at the Port of Antwerp in Belgium. IC reports

  • ALE’s class 300 barge in action for the first time
    Article

    ALE expands marine services

    2016-06-20T12:11:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE has announced the expansion of its marine services to provide full offshore barge transportation

  • ALE has transported 16 OOG items so far for the DGS Zubair Oil Field project
    Article

    Out of gauge transport challenge for ALE

    2016-06-17T10:34:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE is progressing with the DGS Zubair Oil Field project in Iraq and has transported 16 out of gauge (OOG) items

  • ALE installs the ball mill on the Mafuta diamond mining vessel
    Article

    Ball mill installation for ALE

    2016-06-14T10:56:00Z

    ALE, the international heavy lift and transport company, has performed the unique installation of a new ball mill on the Mafuta diamond mining vessel

  • Siemens has awarded ALE a four year Crane Framework Agreement with a value in excess of £43 million
    Article

    Siemens awards major contract to ALE

    2016-06-06T12:40:00Z

    ALE has been awarded a four year Crane Framework Agreement from Siemens for the deployment of cranes, specialized transport equipment and personnel

  • ALE perform the load out operations of the Malikai TLP
    Article

    27,500 tonne TLP load out for ALE

    2016-05-19T12:06:00Z

    ALE loaded out the Malikai Tension Leg Platform (TLP), weighing 27,500 tonnes, in just 12 hours at Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) in Johor, Malaysia

  • The new widening axles are the first of its kind in the UK, the company said
    Article

    ALE launches widening trailers in the UK

    2016-05-12T11:20:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE launched the latest addition to its fleet at Sandon Hall in Staffordshire, UK yesterday - a range of widening trailers

  • The new branch for ALE – their 11th in Europe – will enable the company to target clients working in
    Article

    ALE opens in Italy

    2016-05-09T15:04:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE announced the opening of its 11th branch in Europe to be situated in Milan, Italy

  • ALE transporting one of the blades up a steep hill
    Article

    ALE wraps up major wind energy contract

    2016-05-06T12:51:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE is approaching the final stages of one of its biggest wind energy contracts ever secured in Thailand

  • The Saudi Arabia branch of ALE has secured the contract to transport 1,186 railcars
    Article

    More than 1,000 railcars to be moved by ALE

    2016-04-22T14:34:00Z

    ALE’s Saudi Arabia branch has secured a contract to transport 1,186 railcars, which would stretch to nearly 17 kilometres in length if all lined up

  • One of the 287 tonne engines transported over a reinforced bridge
    Article

    ALE moves a colossus in Rhodes

    2016-04-18T15:06:00Z

    International heavy lift and transport company ALE moved the heaviest and largest pieces delivered on the island of Rhodes, Greece, for the South Rhodes power plant project