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Huisman awarded Aegir contract

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Huisman announces that it has been awarded a contract for the upgrade of the Offshore Mast Crane onboard the Aegir, owned by Heerema.

This significant project will enhance the second main hoist capacity from 2,000mt to an impressive 3,200mt at a height of 110 meters, making the upgrade highly suitable for the installation of large jacket foundations.

The upgraded crane for one of the world’s largest monohull crane vessels will feature a fixed jib section and a robust 3,200mt lower block and hook, providing Heerema with the advanced lifting capabilities required to excel in their upcoming projects.

The Aegir vessel, originally equipped with a 4,000mt Offshore Mast Crane by Huisman in 2013, has been a testament to the enduring quality and adaptability of Huisman’s technical solutions. In 2020, Huisman successfully upgraded the lifting capacity of the main hoist to 5,000mt.

David Roodenburg, CEO of Huisman says: “We are honoured to once again collaborate with Heerema on this milestone upgrade for the Aegir vessel. This project reaffirms our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions to our clients, making their operations more efficient, and strengthening them in their current and future business.”

 
 

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Huisman announces that it has been awarded a contract for the upgrade of the Offshore Mast Crane onboard the Aegir, owned by Heerema.

This significant project will enhance the second main hoist capacity from 2,000mt to an impressive 3,200mt at a height of 110 meters, making the upgrade highly suitable for the installation of large jacket foundations.

The upgraded crane for one of the world’s largest monohull crane vessels will feature a fixed jib section and a robust 3,200mt lower block and hook, providing Heerema with the advanced lifting capabilities required to excel in their upcoming projects.

The Aegir vessel, originally equipped with a 4,000mt Offshore Mast Crane by Huisman in 2013, has been a testament to the enduring quality and adaptability of Huisman’s technical solutions. In 2020, Huisman successfully upgraded the lifting capacity of the main hoist to 5,000mt.

David Roodenburg, CEO of Huisman says: “We are honoured to once again collaborate with Heerema on this milestone upgrade for the Aegir vessel. This project reaffirms our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions to our clients, making their operations more efficient, and strengthening them in their current and future business.”

 
 

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30 November 2023 |

R&B executes challenging project from Nuffield

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R&B Global Projects, Project Logistics Alliance member representing Croatia and Serbia, flawlessly executed a challenging project move from Nuffield, East of Johannesburg, South Africa to the Adriatic port Rijeka, the final destination being Vares, Bosnia with the assistance of Afriguide Logistics, PLA member for South Africa.

The project involved the move of a dismantled re-agent plant, test-plant for substances presence, which consisted of hoppers, tanks, filters, control panels, gearboxes among others. All the parts were going into a container ship, and even though it is not the typical project type R&B usually works on, it was quite a complex challenge to get all the components on 6 x flatracks and 4 x usual containers.

Due to seamless collaboration among shippers and Afriguide Logistics, they successfully orchestrated a thorough two-month planning of the entire “puzzle.”

Despite numerous last-minute design changes to the components and the high congestion in Durban port at this time of the year, R&B and Afriguide Logistics managed to successfully pick up, stuff, shrink, pack, lash, and ship everything out in an exceptional manner, much to the satisfaction of the clients.

PLA applaud R&B Global Projects once again for their outstanding performance in executing the project with commendable expertise and precision.

 
 

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R&B Global Projects, Project Logistics Alliance member representing Croatia and Serbia, flawlessly executed a challenging project move from Nuffield, East of Johannesburg, South Africa to the Adriatic port Rijeka, the final destination being Vares, Bosnia with the assistance of Afriguide Logistics, PLA member for South Africa.

The project involved the move of a dismantled re-agent plant, test-plant for substances presence, which consisted of hoppers, tanks, filters, control panels, gearboxes among others. All the parts were going into a container ship, and even though it is not the typical project type R&B usually works on, it was quite a complex challenge to get all the components on 6 x flatracks and 4 x usual containers.

Due to seamless collaboration among shippers and Afriguide Logistics, they successfully orchestrated a thorough two-month planning of the entire “puzzle.”

Despite numerous last-minute design changes to the components and the high congestion in Durban port at this time of the year, R&B and Afriguide Logistics managed to successfully pick up, stuff, shrink, pack, lash, and ship everything out in an exceptional manner, much to the satisfaction of the clients.

PLA applaud R&B Global Projects once again for their outstanding performance in executing the project with commendable expertise and precision.

 
 

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30 November 2023 |

Fricke-Schmidbauer takes delivery of Tadano

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For the Hamburg crew at crane services company Fricke-Schmidbauer, the Tadano HK 4.070‑1 is the perfect fit – it’s like the crane was made for them.

“In the Greater Hamburg area, Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony, we handle pretty much every kind of lifting work up to 700 tonnes. So, we need versatile machines that can cover a lot of bases – and the HK 4.070‑1 is a prime example of the kind of all-rounders we need,” Fricke-Schmidbauer’s Hamburg branch manager Heiko Burmester commented on taking delivery of the crane from Tadano sales manager Hans Asam.

Burmester learned about the benefits of Tadano’s HK truck-mounted cranes during a demonstration of its smaller sibling HK 4.050‑1 two years ago. And he saw right away that these cranes were perfect for his needs. “From that point on, it was only a matter of time before we added an HK to our fleet,” he said. “The HK 4.070‑1 is ideal for city projects in and around Hamburg because of its extreme flexibility – the nationwide road permit means we can use it in a wide range of scenarios without major additional effort or cost.” For Burmester, the crane offers multiple flexibility benefits. For example, it can be used with or without counterweights and with or without a trailer. It can be set up in many different ways to support a wide range of requirements. And its axle configuration makes it both highly maneuverable and extremely stable – perfect for inner-city assignments.

To get the most out of the HK 4.070‑1 model’s extensive capabilities, Fricke-Schmidbauer ordered it trailer-ready and with a remote control, a 15-meter boom extension, and the full counterweight of 15.2 tonnes. “We also opted for the impressively low-weight Volvo chassis,” Burmester explained. All of this meant that the HK 4.070-1 was perfectly set up for a large project that Fricke-Schmidbauer had been planning for quite some time: the dismantling of an entire container facility in the northern German town of Buxtehude. As expected, the crane was more than a match for the job – just as it was for many smaller jobs in the 40-60 tonne range before that.

 
 

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For the Hamburg crew at crane services company Fricke-Schmidbauer, the Tadano HK 4.070‑1 is the perfect fit – it’s like the crane was made for them.

“In the Greater Hamburg area, Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony, we handle pretty much every kind of lifting work up to 700 tonnes. So, we need versatile machines that can cover a lot of bases – and the HK 4.070‑1 is a prime example of the kind of all-rounders we need,” Fricke-Schmidbauer’s Hamburg branch manager Heiko Burmester commented on taking delivery of the crane from Tadano sales manager Hans Asam.

Burmester learned about the benefits of Tadano’s HK truck-mounted cranes during a demonstration of its smaller sibling HK 4.050‑1 two years ago. And he saw right away that these cranes were perfect for his needs. “From that point on, it was only a matter of time before we added an HK to our fleet,” he said. “The HK 4.070‑1 is ideal for city projects in and around Hamburg because of its extreme flexibility – the nationwide road permit means we can use it in a wide range of scenarios without major additional effort or cost.” For Burmester, the crane offers multiple flexibility benefits. For example, it can be used with or without counterweights and with or without a trailer. It can be set up in many different ways to support a wide range of requirements. And its axle configuration makes it both highly maneuverable and extremely stable – perfect for inner-city assignments.

To get the most out of the HK 4.070‑1 model’s extensive capabilities, Fricke-Schmidbauer ordered it trailer-ready and with a remote control, a 15-meter boom extension, and the full counterweight of 15.2 tonnes. “We also opted for the impressively low-weight Volvo chassis,” Burmester explained. All of this meant that the HK 4.070-1 was perfectly set up for a large project that Fricke-Schmidbauer had been planning for quite some time: the dismantling of an entire container facility in the northern German town of Buxtehude. As expected, the crane was more than a match for the job – just as it was for many smaller jobs in the 40-60 tonne range before that.

 
 

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30 November 2023 |

Central Oceans helps provide drinking water for Manila

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The Central Oceans teams in Europe and Asia started with the first shipments for a new project in the Philippines, after usefully completing a similar project a few months ago.

Central Oceans client was awarded the design and construction of another new drinking-water plant providing drinking water to an increasingly larger proportion of the population in Manila. Many homes in the Philippines do not have access to drinking water despite the abundance of water resources in the country. Once constructed, the plant will serve a population of 2,000,000 inhabitants and will have a capacity of 200,000 m³/day.

Central Oceans want to thank all parties involved and wish the teams involved a smooth execution of the project.

 
 

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The Central Oceans teams in Europe and Asia started with the first shipments for a new project in the Philippines, after usefully completing a similar project a few months ago.

Central Oceans client was awarded the design and construction of another new drinking-water plant providing drinking water to an increasingly larger proportion of the population in Manila. Many homes in the Philippines do not have access to drinking water despite the abundance of water resources in the country. Once constructed, the plant will serve a population of 2,000,000 inhabitants and will have a capacity of 200,000 m³/day.

Central Oceans want to thank all parties involved and wish the teams involved a smooth execution of the project.

 
 

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30 November 2023 |

Busy day at Antwerp XL 2023

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Busy start to AntwerpXL
on the Freightweek and Project Cargo Global booth.
Great visitor numbers. 

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Busy start to AntwerpXL
on the Freightweek and Project Cargo Global booth.
Great visitor numbers. 

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29 November 2023 |

Shodesh Shipping delivers to Rooppur Power Plant

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Shodesh Shipping are glad to share another shipment they have completed for the continued construction of the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant.

This shipment carried 3,244 MT, a total 934 packages, 11 containers as well as bulk cargo on a breakbulk vessel and 193 vehicles altogether! M.V. Saopdilla arrived at Mongla Seaport from St. Petersburg, Russia.

Shodesh covered a working scope of customs arrangements, port transmit permissions, transportation from Mongla to Rooppur, unloading at the jobsite and finally customs clearance at Rooppur.

The consignee for this delivery was the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (BAEC) – an important organisation at the forefront of the power plant’s construction. Subcontractors included Volgodonsk MU, Eleron Special Research and Production Association, Federal Center of Science And High Technologies, JSC, Energospetsmontazh Joint-Stock Company and JSC Atomstroyexport.

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29 November 2023 |

ABL expands footprint to Batam

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Energy and marine consultancy ABL has opened an office at Batam in Indonesia to support the significant offshore and maritime operations that take place on an off the island.

The Batam office will be managed by ABL’s Indonesia’s head office, located in the capital of Jakarta. Day-to-day operations will be coordinated with the ABL Offshore Director in Singapore.

In total, ABL Indonesia has over 25 specialist consultants in maritime and offshore oil and gas disciplines. The new office is located at Graha Pena Batam, 8th Floor Jln Raya Batam Center – Teluk Tering Kec. Batam City.

“We have been present in Indonesia since 1999 when we were originally established as PT Falconer Bryan, followed by Braemar and now ABL. This is the next exciting step in growing our operations in the country to the strategically important fabrication hub of Batam. This new office will allow us to support more clients across maritime and oil and gas industries with local experts in the area able to respond quickly and cost-effectively.” Deddy Setiyatno, ABL Indonesia’s Country Manager.

ABL’s local entity supports Indonesia’s energy and maritime markets, with a wide range of consultancy services, including rig moving consultancy, transportation and installation (T&I) marine warranty survey, naval architecture and marine engineering, hull & machinery and P&I consultancy and survey services.

“Many of the energy infrastructure T&I projects on which we work as marine warranty surveyor (MWS) in Australia, Indonesia, and our other offices in Asia Pacific, have operations in Batam. This new office will help us to support these projects with a continuous local technical presence.” Simon Healy, Regional Managing Director, ABL Asia Pacific.

ABL is part of Oslo-listed ABL Group ASA, an independent energy and marine consultancy group to the global renewables, maritime and oil and gas sectors.

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29 November 2023 |

KGE transports oil & gas pump to Dammam

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KGE Baltic are pleased to report another very interesting multimodal project which they recently completed.

The company were nominated to transport a Schlumberger oil & gas mobile pump from South Kazakhstan to Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

The unit itself was measured at 10.50 (L) x 3.00 (W) x 4.20 (H) meters and featured a weight of 33,000 kilograms!

Loaded on a low-bed truck in Kazakhstan, the mobile pump was a multimodal transport; delivered to a port in Turkiye before travelling by vessel via Egypt to Dammam.

KGE reports the total transit time at around 25-35 days including border crossings.

“We provided our customer with complete daily tracking, resulting in to satisfactory feedback.”

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28 November 2023 |

Total Movements executes South America project

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Total Movements, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in India, successfully executed a Door-to-Port movement of 8 pieces, total 1200 freight tons, of ODCs from the supplier’s works in India to the designated discharge port.

A company spokesperson stated: “Road transportation from the supplier’s works to the load port, export custom clearance and ocean freight of the Breakbulk cargo from India to South America involved our scope.

The following were the features of this shipment: Arranging specific trailers as per the cargo’s specifications in no time; An extremely time-bound shipment; Design of lifting plan in close coordination with the supplier; Booking a suitable vessel for shipping the Breakbulk cargo saving the transit time of nearly a month.

Notwithstanding the narrow delivery window, the ODCs were delivered to their destination promptly and in compliance with all safety standards.”

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28 November 2023 |

HAROPA PORT and VERSO sign installation agreement

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HAROPA PORT and VERSO ENERGY signed an agreement for the installation of a plant to produce low-carbon hydrogen and synthetic fuels on HAROPA PORT land in Grand-Quevilly.

This production plant will be set up on an area of land belonging to HAROPA PORT | Rouen in the town of Grand-Quevilly at the administrative boundary with Petit-Couronne. This development project will help both secure and expand the local industrial ecosystem. The facility is projected to come on stream by 2029.

The project is slated to produce hydrogen by water electrolysis and will be capable of providing capacity of 350MW, corresponding to an annual volume of more than 50,000 tonnes of hydrogen, in return for an investment of around €500m. It is to be accompanied by a plant producing synthetic fuels using captured, recycled CO2, and creating some 150 direct and 250 indirect jobs. The project will contribute in this way to decarbonising industrial sites in the port area and the maritime and aviation sectors, in which demand for sustainable fuels can be seen to be increasing significantly.

The new production plant has strategic importance for HAROPA PORT and generally for the Rouen port community. This is so because it will help sustain a dynamic that is driving industrial development and renewal centred on the technologies and forms of production of the future as components of the energy transition and decarbonisation of industrial activities across the region. Ports are faced with major issues arising from decarbonisation for which decarbonised hydrogen will increasingly be an essential resource. There are numerous use cases for hydrogen in port ecosystems, ranging from freight handling to maritime transport, and including road and rail mobility.

Dominique Ritz, deputy CEO of HAROPA PORT, and Antoine Huard, CEO of Verso Energy, signed the site occupancy agreement at the local regional offices of HAROPA PORT | Rouen, most notably in the presence of Jean-Benoît Albertini, the Prefect of Seine-Maritime, Thierry Coquil, head of the directorate for infrastructure, transport and mobility (DGITM), Nicolas Rouly, mayor of Grand-Quevilly and vice-chair of the Rouen Normandy urban district authority, Aline Louisy-Louis, vice-chair of Normandy’s Regional Authority, and Olivier Morzelle, head of the regional directorate for local development and housing (DREAL).

“We are proud to host the future production plant for decarbonised hydrogen proposed by VERSO ENERGY on Rouen port land. This major project comes as confirmation that the Seine Axis is a new-fuels, new-mobility valley. Once again, HAROPA PORT has shown itself to be a key actor in the energy and ecological transition, serving local regions and the economic fabric”, declared Stéphane Raison, CEO of HAROPA PORT.

“This industrial project is totally aligned with the national strategy for the development of hydrogen and sustainable fuels as essential vectors of industrial and transport decarbonisation. Rouen is a particularly favourable location for a project of this kind, given the central position of its port industrial zone along the Seine Axis and its connections to the Trapil network for fuel delivery to end-consumers. We are pleased to be able to work with HAROPA PORT in driving this project, resolutely determined as we are to contribute to the reindustrialisation of the country and the decarbonisation of our economy”, declared Antoine Huard, CEO of VERSO ENERGY.

“Rouen Normandy urban district authority welcomes the arrival of Verso Energy, which will boost the drive to regenerate Rouen’s port areas, creating a new activity that will be a source of direct and indirect jobs. The urban district authority wishes to thank HAROPA PORT’s teams for their commitment to this new facility. The Seine Valley has a major role to play in decarbonising mobility and developing technologies that provide solutions. This major investment is a contribution to that”, underscored Nicolas Mayer Rossignol, chair of the Rouen Normandy urban district authority, Abdelkrim Marchani, vice-chair with responsibility for the economy, attractiveness, higher education and research, student affairs, digital technology, Europe and international affairs, and Nicolas Rouly, vice-chair of the city authority and mayor of Grand-Quevilly.

“In France, Normandy Regional Authority has shown itself to be a pioneer in the development of new uses for hydrogen. As an industrial region in the first rank, comprising sectors of great importance such as logistics and ports, as well as an energy mix among the most diversified in France, Normandy enjoys exceptional advantages for the development of what is an energy source of the future. It is for that reason that very early on the Regional Authority identified hydrogen as an essential resource not only for its energy transition but also as a vector for decarbonised growth. I am delighted to see the creation of this new industrial plant for the production of low-carbon hydrogen and synthetic fuels on HAROPA PORT land in Grand-Quevilly. This project is absolutely a contribution to achieving the Regional Authority’s ambitions for the industrial development of Normandy and comes as one more in a long series of industrial investments on the Seine Axis, the favoured location of the leading national port complex, which possesses extraordinary potential for becoming a region at the crossroads of global economic flows, making it a participant in the reindustrialisation of our economy and at the same time a promoter of a more virtuous development model”, stated Hervé Morin, chair of Normandy Regional Authority.

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27 November 2023 |

Rhenus strengthens position in Northern Italy

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On 10 November, Rhenus Overland Transport Italy acquired Pesenti Trasporti & Logistica Srl based in Osio Sopra (BG), a company specialised in national and international transportation and integrated logistics.

Rhenus Overland Transport Italy strengthens its position in Northern Italy through acquisition of Pesenti Trasporti & Logistica Srl. This acquisition strengthens the presence of Rhenus Overland Transport Italy in a strategically important area considered to be the natural junction between the main transport routes for both Northern Italy and international import and export traffic.

This acquisition strengthens the presence of Rhenus Overland Transport Italy in a strategically important area considered to be the natural junction between the main transport routes for both Northern Italy and international import and export traffic.

Pesenti Trasporti & Logistica, a family business with more than 60 years of history in the world of transport, began its activity with a fleet of five owned vehicles, which today comprises 25 tractors as well as 50 trailers and semi-trailers in order to adapt to different types of loads.

Pesenti has successfully evolved over the years. From its origins as a haulage company, it has expanded its service portfolio to include logistics, handling and distribution activities, serving important national and international clients.

“Preserving the strong roots and values that have long propelled our company forward is paramount to us. This commitment was a key factor in our decision to welcome Rhenus as a new shareholder, as we believe they can not only safeguard these principles but also inject fresh momentum into the dynamic environment that characterises our company,” says Benedetto Pesenti, Managing Director of Pesenti Trasporti & Logistica.

“With the acquisition, signed on 10 November, we are solidifying our position in an area characterised by a high density of industry and production in Lombardy, recognised as the engine of the Italian economy, contributing to over 20% of the country’s GDP, particularly in the Bergamo area,” says Guglielmo Davide Tassone, Managing Director of Rhenus Logistics S.p.A. “Both companies are deeply committed to customer satisfaction, and we believe it is crucial to maintain the existing balance to ensure market stability.”

Pesenti Trasporti & Logistica Srl will retain its name and organisational structure with Benedetto Pesenti as its Managing Director.

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27 November 2023 |

TII KAMAG and Aprolis Iberia agree on partnership

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TII Group subsidiary, TII KAMAG, the industry specialist for transport solutions for yard logistics, has announced the creation of a partnership with Aprolis Iberia, a renowned specialist for material handling equipment which is based in Madrid, Spain.

Through this new partnership, TII KAMAG plans to expand existing and new customer business in the regional yard logistics segment.

Aprolis Iberia, a member of the Monnoyuer Group which is known internationally as a pioneer in the sales of industrial trucks, related services and corporate solutions, offers customers from a wide range of industries an impressive selection of global, technologically advanced and connected solutions that fully meet the highest quality and safety standards. Their portfolio extends from warehouse logistics equipment such as forklifts and fleet solutions for ports and intermodal terminals through to diverse engineering, lifting, packaging and transport solutions.

The partnership between Aprolis Iberia and TII KAMAG represents a significant step towards an expanded range of yard logistics solutions in Spain and Portugal. TII KAMAG has established itself as an experienced player in this market and is known for its high-quality products and comprehensive solutions. This is also confirmed by Manuel Prats, CEO of Aprolis Iberia: “We are pleased to announce this partnership with TII KAMAG. TII KAMAG’s experience and range of high-quality products convinced us that this is the right step to take in order offer our customers in Spain and Portugal first-class yard logistics solutions.”

As part of the partnership agreement with TII KAMAG, Aprolis Iberia will also be taking on the sale and rental of the KAMAG Precision Tractor (PT). The KAMAG PT has been specially designed for the precise and fast moving of all common semi-trailers and container chassis at depots. In addition, Aprolis will be responsible for servicing the vehicles and supplying vehicle fleets with spare parts in Spain and Portugal.

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27 November 2023 |

Bollore appointed for South Africa project

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The Bolloré Logistics teams in Finland were appointed, as part of a major global industrial project, for the transport of Roll Crushers from Port Rauma, to South Africa.

The cargo was full of 669 m3 /185,000 kg. The Bolloré Logistics chartered vessel arrived in Rauma, Finland, on 17th November and the loading operations were done on 18th November.

The vessel then departed towards South Africa to its final destination, to the great satisfaction of the teams and the client.

Well done to the Finnish team for the great work done.

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23 November 2023 |

DEME expands dredging activities in Africa

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DEME has won several dredging contracts on the African continent amounting to a sizeable (1) value together.

Active in Africa for more than half a century, DEME is currently working in several countries on the continent.

In Grand-Lahou in Ivory Coast, DEME will carry out dredging and coastal protection works to stabilise the sand barrier between the Tagba Lagoon and the ocean. The shoreline of Grand-Lahou is highly vulnerable to coastal erosion, flooding and increased rainfall. Additionally, the fishing village is exposed to the dangers of rising sea levels.

DEME has built up vast experience over the decades in coastal protection works in Africa. Deploying a cutter suction dredger and hopper dredger, the Grand-Lahou coastal protection works will start in Q2 2024, and will take approximately one year to complete.

DEME will also execute dredging works in Benin and Congo. In Benin, the maintenance dredging of the access channel, turning circle and inner basin in the Port of Cotonou will be taken care of, starting in Q4 2023. In Pointe-Noire in Congo a hopper dredger will be deployed for dredging works required for the construction of the fishing port.

(1) ‘Sizeable’ refers to a contract value of 50-150 million euro.

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23 November 2023 |
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