Mammoet expands Terneuzen terminal

Mammoet has upgraded the lifting capacity at its multi-purpose terminal in Terneuzen, the Netherlands. The Dutch heavy lift specialist has installed one its MTC 15 terminal cranes to increase heavy lift capabilities and make the...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Iran open for business again… sort of

A new initiative launched by the Foreign Ministers Jean-Yves Le Drian (France), Heiko Maas (Germany) and Jeremy Hunt (United Kingdom) allow European companies to do business with Iran again. Through a special purpose vehicle called INSTEX...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Mammoet transports piece of American history

Mammoet has successfully transported an American piece of history in the United States. The Dutch company was tasked with the move of the historic No. 576 steam locomotive from its previous location in Nashville’s Centennial...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

New design for heavy cargo deck carrier

The heavy cargo deck carrier for offshore wind projects in the North and Baltic Seas which is currently being built at a Chinese shipyard, is the answer to a wide range of customer requirements for...Read more
|Comment|author: Martin Dekker

World’s largest crane presented in Ghent

Recently, crane company Sarens presented the SGC-250, the largest tower crane in the world in terms of both size and capacity, at Ghent’s Kluizendok port area. This crane weighs 8,000 tonnes, has a lifting capacity of...Read more
|Comment|author: Larissa van Heiningen

Impending knowledge drain in heavy lift sector

In the coming years, the heavy lift sector is at risk of losing vast amounts of technical knowledge as highly experienced, older professionals retire, warns Richard Krabbendam. “They will no longer be able to pass...Read more
|Comment|author: Larissa van Heiningen