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CONTENTS News


7 SHIPPING: HANSA in record reactor lift.


9 EQUIPMENT: Terex helps with temple repairs.


11 OVERLAND: V. Alexander in long road moves.


13 PORTS & TERMINALS: Metro handles turbine blades.


15 BUSINESS: Sarens wins oil sands contract.


16 NETWORKS: WCA Projects gathers in Barcelona.


19 AIR FREIGHT: Chapman agrees Swiss cargo deal.


20 PROJECT FOCUS: ETAL barges transformers along Nile.


22 FINANCE INSIGHT: Korea’s growth slow – but for how long?


25 EVENT PREVIEW: PowerLogistics Asia 2013.


26 INNOVATION FOCUS: Accurate 3D planning for heavy haulage. 29 NEWBUILD SPOTLIGHT: COSCOL takes delivery of heavy lift ship.


Regulars 5 Comment: Watch this space.


51 EPC Projects: Abengoa powers up. 59 Safety: The reasons a load tipped over. 103Legal: Keeping on the right side of rules. 107Insurance: Changing face of liability risk 129Directory: Below the hook 138Appointments and forthoming events 140Diary: The Last Ship.


The business community is weighing up the opportunities likely to arise from the remarkable opening up of Myanmar.


Profile 84 Polet Airlines


From our correspondents 35 Africa


West and Central African countries have signed a code of conduct to fight piracy.


39 Myanmar 55 Latin America


A canal across Nicaragua linking the Atlantic and Pacific is set to go ahead again, this time with Far East backing.


Some US ports are proposing automatic rate increases at the same time as dockers demand improved wages.


115North America


The offshore industry holds big possibilities for India’s heavy lift specialists.


119India 77 UK


The operator of Russian-built aircraft believes that its future lies in the outsize and super heavy cargo market.


Supplement 85 Air Cargo Focus


Analysis 43 Canada


Australia’s


Increasing investment in renewables is creating some interesting prospects for project forwarders.


97 Australia


booming heavy lift sector is facing some worrying


An in-depth analysis of the air cargo market and its latest developments.


uncertainties.


Faced with cheap but often ill-equipped competition, specialist packers are focusing on adding value.


110Packing


Canada boomed as the world sought its raw materials but lately its heavy lift market has lost some of its lustre.


63 Renewable energy


Wind continues to drive most of the business in this sector, but other forms of power generation are attracting increasing attention.


The country may be the home of some of the world’s biggest construction projects but the mood is currently sombre.


123Korea


A look at how some heavy lift operators train their staff to handle complex jobs.


133Training


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