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more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com


THE LIGHTER SIDE


HLPFI gossip columnist Evie Aufheben delivers another collection of lighter news, anecdotes and amusing facts from the world of project cargo logistics.


the oceans HLPFI commends APL for partnering with The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit organisation working to develop advanced technologies to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. APL has committed to transport containers of components and equipment for the extraction of plastic pollution from the oceans.


How times have changed


In January 1788, a square piano made by Frederick Beck became the first keyboard instrument to arrive on Australian soil after an eight-month voyage from England. Now, 231 years later, HLPFI was interested to hear how the return journey of the ‘First Fleet Piano’ lasted only a mere 21 hours thanks to Emirates SkyCargo, which carefully loaded the cargo in the hold of an A380 aircraft.


A real heavy lift


All at HLPFI would like to congratulate Glenn Phillips from Air Charter Service (ACS) who recently completed a seven-day trek up Mount Kilimanjaro. What was meant to be a ‘holiday’ quickly turned into a fundraising event for Cancer Research UK. It


From left to right: Susanne Rettenmaier (TII Group), Guenther Oettinger (EU Commissioner), and Dr Gerald Karch.


TII Group recognised for 200 years of innovation


The EU Commissioner for budget and human resources, Günther Oettinger, congratulated TII Group for a combined 200 years of innovation and competence at its subsidiaries Scheuerle and Kamag. Oettinger commended Susanne


Rettenmaier, owner of TII Group, and Dr Gerald


would be a real heavy lift to convince any of the HLPFI team to embark on such a challenge.


Happy anniversary


Congratulations are in order for Antonov Airlines, “K” Line and Kings Heavy Haulage, which are all celebrating significant anniversaries. Antonov is marking 30 years in the air cargo market, while “K” Line is commemorating 100 years in the shipping sector. In honouring its 50th anniversary, Kings Heavy Haulage recalled its first ever project – the transport of a forklift from Leicester to Plymouth, UK, for the grand sum of GBP45!


160 May/June 2019


Karch, ceo of the manufacturing group, at the opening ceremony of bauma. Scheuerle, based in Pfedelbach, is celebrating its 150th year of operations. Ulm-based Kamag was recognised


for its 50th anniversary. All of us at HLPFI would also like to extend our congratulations to the TII Group.


Cleaning up


HLPFI visits AAL Kobe in UK


HLPFI’s Annie Roberts, David Kershaw and Sophie Barnes were lucky enough to be invited to visit the AAL Kobe as it unloaded rubber-tyred gantry cranes at the port of Felixstowe in April. They would like to thank AAL for organising the trip – a great day was had by all!


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