Topic: Cosco Shipping

GAC and Cosco deliver 3,700-tonne bridge in Stockholm

Heavy TransportPRESS RELEASE – GAC in Sweden has managed the delivery of a 3,700-tonne bridge in Stockholm, which will be used to connect Stockholm’s Gamla Stan island with Södermalm. The bridge arrived on semisubmersible heavy-lift vessel...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

BBC Chartering reclaims crown from Cosco

Multipurpose fleetBBC Chartering regained the number one position in the top-10 ranking of multipurpose vessel operators, a place which it lost to Cosco Shipping Specialised Carriers early last year. With a fleet of 144 vessels, BBC...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

New Shell project for Cosco Shipping

Cosco Shipping Specialized Carriers has won a major project from Shell. The shipping line will transport the new production platform Vito from Singapore to the Gulf of Mexico. Cosco will collect the floating production platform from...Read more
|Comment|author: Larissa van Heiningen
Cosco Shipping | Project Cargo Journal

Topic: Cosco Shipping

GAC and Cosco deliver 3,700-tonne bridge in Stockholm

Heavy TransportPRESS RELEASE – GAC in Sweden has managed the delivery of a 3,700-tonne bridge in Stockholm, which will be used to connect Stockholm’s Gamla Stan island with Södermalm. The bridge arrived on semisubmersible heavy-lift vessel...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

BBC Chartering reclaims crown from Cosco

Multipurpose fleetBBC Chartering regained the number one position in the top-10 ranking of multipurpose vessel operators, a place which it lost to Cosco Shipping Specialised Carriers early last year. With a fleet of 144 vessels, BBC...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

New Shell project for Cosco Shipping

Cosco Shipping Specialized Carriers has won a major project from Shell. The shipping line will transport the new production platform Vito from Singapore to the Gulf of Mexico. Cosco will collect the floating production platform from...Read more
|Comment|author: Larissa van Heiningen