New ALE company

By Alex Dahm24 February 2009

ALE's 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK190 (formerly AL.SK90) heavy lift lattice crane

ALE's 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK190 (formerly AL.SK90) heavy lift lattice crane

International heavy transport and lifting contractor Abnormal Load Engineering Limited has established ALE Projects Limited.

The new company combines ALE's existing heavy lifting and international projects divisions. ALE describes it as "another important step in ALE's global business expansion." A primary activity of the new company will be to promote and operate the 4,300 tonne capacity AL.SK90 heavy lift lattice boom crane launched in September 2008.

ALE Projects, based on Teeside in the north east of England, will run multi-disciplinary contracts requiring load-out, land and sea transport, site lifting and installation activities. A target sector is the engineering construction industry servicing oil and gas, petrochemical and mineral and metals producers.

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