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more news at www.heavyliftpfi.comNEWS ROUND-UPCARGO SHIPMENTS NEWS IN BRIEF


Khimji Ramdas delivers Khimji Ramdas Shipping has handled and delivered a consignment of air-cooled heat exchangers and accessories from the port of Duqm to the Yibal Khuff project site in Oman. Khimji Ramdas transported 806 components – including tube bundles, skids and associated structures – which had a combined total weight of 2,707 tons (2,455.7 tonnes).


Hansa’s Ghana project Hansa Heavy Lift has moved subsea equipment to assist with the development of the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) integrated oil and gas development project off the coast of Ghana. The task involved multiple voyages for the shipping line’s heavy lift ships HHL Rhine and HHL Richards Bay, which transported the cargo between the ports of Panama City, Florida, Nymo (Norway) and Takoradi (Ghana).


Bolloré power move Bolloré Logistics has transported a consignment of out-of-gauge (OOG) components from the port of Mombasa, Kenya, to the Olkaria III geothermal power station in Nakuru County. 33 units were transported using Bolloré’s own fleet of all- steering four-axle and hydraulic modular trailers.


FOX biomass project FOX Brasil has completed a two-year project transporting components for a biomass power plant in Chiriqui, Panama. The cargoes, which had a combined total weight of 3,650 tons (3,311.2 tonnes), originated from various locations across Brazil and were delivered to the city of David in Chiriqui.


CMA CGM autoclave CMA CGM’s out-of-gauge (OOG) cargo team has coordinated the shipment of a 76-tonne autoclave from Bilbao port in Spain to Port Klang in Malaysia. The OOG unit was loaded on to a roll-trailer for transportation to Zeebrugge, where it was transferred onto the vessel CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin for onward delivery to Malaysia.


20 May/June 2018


Heavy lift and over-dimensional project cargo loads are moving around the globe every day. To see your efforts featured in a forthcoming issue of HLPFI, send your news to: editorial@heavyliftpfi.com


Faymonville trailer transports railcars in US


and De Mase Trucking & Rigging used a Faymonville MegaMAX semi-trailer to transport railcars from the port of New York and New Jersey to Massachusetts. The railcars, which will be used on Boston’s Orange Line rail project, arrived from China and measured over 66 ft (20.1 m) in length, and weighed 80,000 lbs


D


agen Trucking Company, Stephen Izzi Trucking & Rigging,


(36.3 tonnes).


The steerable MegaMAX trailer was able to negotiate tight turns on the route and


manoeuvre in confined spaces on the jobsite, said Jim Moeschen from De Mase Trucking & Rigging.


AAL cruises to Miami with boarding bridges A A


AL has transported port infrastructure components from


Barcelona to PortMiami. The cargoes comprised two tailor- made and fully assembled seaport passenger boarding bridges (SPBB), built by Spain’s Adelte, for PortMiami’s newly renovated Terminal F.


Both walkways, measuring


32 m long and weighing 205 tonnes each, were transported in a single sailing


on board AAL Singapore, one of the carrier’s 31,000 dwt A-Class vessels.


ALE rises to record evaporator challenge


LE has handled the transport of a 5,134- tonne evaporator for the Shoaiba desalination plant project in Saudi Arabia. The heavy lift contractor delivered the unit, which ALE claims is the world’s heaviest evaporator, to the project site in Shoaiba,


100 km south of Jeddah. The evaporator was loaded-in using 186 axle lines of SPMTs. From the jetty, the cargoes,


which also included steam transformers, lime filters and a brine manifold, were transported 1 km to the final project site.


SAL ships mobile crane trio into Africa S


AL Heavy Lift has transported three mobile harbour cranes from Antwerp to Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and Tema, Ghana, on board its heavy lift vessel Amoenitas. Manufactured by


Konecranes, the trio were stowed fully erect and included two GHMK 6470B units and a


GHMK 8412 model. The GHMK 6470B models, measuring 63 m x 14.5 m x 32.8 m and weighing 450 tons (408.2 tonnes) each, were transported to Abidjan. The GHMK 8412 unit


measured 72.35 m x 15 m x 47.2 m and weighed 641 tons (581.5 tonnes), and was transported to Tema.


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