United Heavy Lift (UHL) has taken over a total of 11 vessels from financially distressed Zeamarine. The German shipping company will take over nine eco-friendly F900 heavy-lift new buildings and three existing vessels on time charter contracts, the company confirms.  The nine eco-friendly heavy-lift vessels each have a cargo capacity of 14,100 deadweight tonnes and are capable of lifting loads of...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

AAL delivers gantry cranes at Port Miami

PRESS RELEASE – AAL Shipping has opened its 25th year of operations with the successful delivery of a cargo of six rubber-tyred gantry cranes in a single sailing from the Port of Taicang to the...Read more
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Media: Zeamarine is disposing of vessels

Zeamarine is reportedly disposing of vessels to deal with its financial losses. The fast-growing shipping company last month announced that it has hired a restructuring specialist to take over the management of the company and...Read more
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Port of Felixstowe Upgrades Ro/Ro Facilities

PRESS RELEASE – In her first port visit of 2020, Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani MP has inspected the site of work to upgrade Roll-on/Roll-off facilities at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe. The works will allow the...Read more
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Sarens moves giant 1,050-tonne splitter by road

Sarens has moved a giant 1,050-tonne heavy splitter in Kazakhstan using SPMT’s to transport the mega load over 47 kilometres of desert road. The transport was carried out for Kazakhstan Petrochemical Industries which will be...Read more
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