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CARGO SHIPMENTSNEWS ROUND-UP SAL delivers shiploaders to Barcelona S


AL Engineering has lifted two shiploaders, weighing 380 tons


(344.7 tonnes), at the port of La Spezia, Italy. Using two lifting beams


measuring 26 m in length, the shiploaders were lifted on board SAL Heavy Lift’s vessel Palabora for onward delivery to Barcelona, Spain. The arrangement had a


lifting capacity of 2,000 tons (1,814.4 tonnes). It was supplied by Eager.one and can be configured into a


modular lifting frame measuring up to 18 m wide.


SAL is a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts network.


Jumbo transports unloaders to Algeria


Netherlands-headquartered Jumbo has moved two ship unloaders from Gdynia port in Poland to Djen Djen, Algeria, on behalf of Fagioli. Jumbo transported the


1,400-tonne, 60 m tall pieces via Egersund and Rotterdam on board the heavy lift vessel Fairmaster. The first unit was


transported in December 2018 and the second in February 2019. Prior to the loading, Fagioli


used eight load cells to establish the weight of each unit, which will be used for unloading bulk cargo from vessels at the quayside at Djen Djen port.


Mammoet handles column shipment


Mammoet has transported and installed a 400-ton (362.9-tonne) cracking column at Cepsa’s La Rábida oil refinery in Spain on behalf of Prism Logistics. Prism, which was responsible


for organising the transport of the column from India, contracted Mammoet for the land transport to the refinery.


Mammoet used 24 axle lines


of SPMTs to move the column from the port of Huelva to the project site. It also organised police and private escorts and ensured that no roads were closed during the transport. Once at the site, a LR11450


crawler crane was used for the installation.


TGP moves engines for Azerbaijan power plant


Trans Global Projects Group (TGP) has moved 22 engines from Trabzon Free Zone in Turkey for a 400 MW power station in Sangachal, Azerbaijan. The 17.7 MW engines


measured 14 m x 4.5 m x 6.35 m and weighed around 295 tonnes each. They were transported on three general cargo vessels to Baku, where TGP chartered the 2,500-tonne capacity crane


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vessel Azerbaijan for the discharge operations. The engines completed the journey from Baku to Sangachal


on 16 and 20-axle self-propelled transporters. They were offloaded at the site using a 1,350-tonne capacity gantry system.


NEWS in BRIEF


Dan-Czech moves bridges Dan-Czech Specialtransport has moved two passenger boarding bridges, measuring 21.5 m in length, from the port of Hamburg in Germany to Prague Airport. The passenger boarding bridges were transported from the port by road. When loaded on the semi-trailers for the road transport, the cargo measured almost 4 m tall.


City lifts London tower City Lifting has utilised a variety of below-the-hook equipment from Modulift to lift a digital air traffic control tower at London City Airport, UK. In addition to a 450-tonne lifting capacity Liebherr crane, City Lifting deployed a Modulift CMOD spreader frame and four MOD spreader beams measuring 2.2 m in length.


Mammoet generator move Mammoet has replaced a 40-year-old generator at a nuclear plant in Minnesota, USA. The old generator, weighing 454-tons (411-tonnes), was lifted using a gantry structure before being skidded onto 24 axle lines of SPMTs. The new generator was installed using the same equipment.


Collett delivers girders Collett & Sons has coordinated the delivery of six plate girders for Highways England’s M20 junction improvement scheme on behalf of structural steel specialist Severfield. Collett was responsible for the transport of the components, which measured 41 m in length, from the facility in Bolton to the installation site approximately 466.7 km away.


Duqm’s first ro-ro cargo The port of Duqm has completed its first ro-ro operation, discharging 639 tonnes of steel cargoes for the Duqm refinery project. The cargoes were rolled off the vessel Bahri Tabuk using 13 Mafi trailers. They formed part of a larger 4,336-tonne shipment.


Mohab handles reels Agence Maritime Mohab, part of the Worldwide Project Consortium, has handled the delivery of several heavy reels of coiled tubing from Tunisia to Hassi Messaoud in Algeria.


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