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DA AN’s cranes offer a tandem lifting capacity up to 700 tonnes.


CRANE CAPACITY


The ship’s three cranes offer the following lift capabilities:


Cranes 1 and 2: 350 tonnes at 20 m 250 tonnes at 27 m 200 tonnes at 33 m 100 tonnes at 35 m Crane 3:


100 tonnes at 18 m 70 tonnes at 24 m 50 tonnes at 36 m


It believes that the ship is ideally suited for carrying over-length, oversized and overweight cargoes for clients operating in this specialised sector of the shipping industry. There are three series of ships within COSCOL’s heavy lift fleet, labelled by the company as Da Type I, Da Type II and Da Type III. DA AN, and its seven sisterships being delivered in 2013 and 2014, form the Da Type III series and feature significantly greater lifting capacity than vessels in the other two series. The Da Type I series includes four ships, built in 1998, with tandem lifting capacity up to 500 tonnes. The Da Type II series includes eight ships, built


30 July/August 2013


between 2009 and 2011, with tandem lifting capacity up to 400 tonnes.


Delivery schedule


The delivery schedule of the eight ships is listed in the table below. Over the years since its establishment, COSCOL says that it has dedicated itself to the transport of oversized and super-heavy cargoes,


uncontainerised shipments, as well as cargoes with special loading and unloading requirements including jack-up rigs, naval ships, locomotives, dredgers, bridge cranes and complete sets of equipment. The DA AN, and the seven ships that will follow, can only strengthen the company’s position in the marketplace.


HLPFI DELIVERY SCHEDULE Name Delivery date


DA AN May 28, 2013 DA KANG


July 2013


DA TAI September 2013 DA CHANG October 2013 DA DE


DA LIANG DA XIN DA ZHI


2014 2014 2014 2014


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