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NEWS ROUND-UPCARGO SHIPMENTS NEWS in BRIEF


Barnhart in steeple lift Barnhart Crane & Rigging provided a 100-ton (90.7-tonne) lifting capacity crane to replace a 30 ft (9.1 m) church steeple in Nebraska, USA. The aluminium and copper steeple replaced the original wooden structure that was destroyed by a fire almost 70 years ago. Barnhart’s office in Lincoln, Nebraska, donated its services as part of the restoration project.


ALE relocates crane ALE has utilised its fleet of SPMTs to relocate a Manitowoc 18000 crawler crane at the Loma Blanca wind farm project in Argentina. The crane, which measured 120 m high, was loaded on to 36 axle lines of SPMTs so that it could be moved in one piece around the project site, reducing the time required between lifts.


Kuwait separators haul Khimji Ramdas Shipping has coordinated the haulage of five separators, with a combined weight of 1,200 tonnes, in Oman. The cargoes were hauled 700 km on multi-axle trailers from Nizwa Industrial Estate to the port of Duqm. The three low-pressure separators measured 27.3 m x 6.4 m x 5.78 m and weighed 160 tonnes each. Two 322-tonne high-pressure separators measured 27.3 m x 6.4 m x 5.78 m.


Sarens raises the roof Sarens has installed a section of the Al Bayt stadium’s retractable roof in Qatar as part of the ongoing preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. To complete the tandem lift, Sarens utilised two crawler cranes – a 1,250-tonne capacity CC 6800 and a 750-tonne capacity LR 1750.


Enerpac in press move Machinery installations and removals specialist JH Kemp has used an Enerpac SL400 telescopic hydraulic gantry to relocate a 70-ton (63.5-tonne) press in the UK.


WW Ocean delivers Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean (WW Ocean) has transported a filtration system, destined for an Australian coal mine, from Germany to Brisbane.


20 May/June 2019 AAL makes inaugural call at Felixstowe A


AL made its inaugural call at the UK’s port of Felixstowe, part of the


Hutchison Ports group, to deliver four rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTG). The electric-powered


cranes, which were built by ZPMC in Shanghai, China, were transported on AAL Kobe –a 31,000 dwt multipurpose vessel measuring 193.9 m in length. The units were unloaded using the ship’s two 350-tonne capacity cranes in a tandem operation. The RTGs weighed


approximately 190 tonnes each and measured 34 m in height.


They will be used by the port at berths 8 and 9.


EFG starts second phase of wind project


EFG Scandinavia, part of the EMS-Fehn-Group, has started the second phase of a major construction project in Sweden. Together with its partners,


EFG will erect 119 wind turbines at a wind farm in the north of the country. The crane specialist has been


involved in the project since 2018; the company assisted with the construction of 60 turbines in October. According to EFG, once


complete, it will be one of the largest wind farms in the world,


featuring 179 wind turbines, each with a capacity of 3.6 MW.


Roll-Lift handles YCI-M1 components


Roll-Lift USA has transported 12 units for the YCI methanol one (YCI-M1) project in Louisiana. The components were


moved by road from the port of New Orleans using a Scheuerle nine-axle highway trailer; two Highway Giant dual-lane trailers, also from Scheuerle; plus 18 axle


lines of Kamag K25 modular trailers. The units had a loaded height of 17 ft (5.2 m). Roll-Lift USA will also be


responsible for the onsite lifting and installation at the YCI-M1 project site. The company will use the largest crane in its fleet, the Liebherr LR11350.


ABC soars with spare part for Ziegler


AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has transported a 40-tonne unit from Frankfurt, Germany, to Singapore on behalf of freight forwarder Ziegler. The 8 m-long spare part was


mobilised from Jan De Nul Group’s facilities in Belgium and


transported to Frankfurt Airport. It was subsequently loaded on to one of ABC’s Boeing 747 freighters. Using a 110-tonne capacity


crane, the unit was placed onto a high loader and pulled onto the aircraft’s main deck.


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