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Logistics Group Sees Another Project Freight Consignment Safely On Its Way

Underwater Restaurant Heads for the Maldives NEW ZEALAND – MALDIVES – As usual possibly the weeks most interesting trade story tells of another project freight movement concerning a most unusual cargo. Last week it was dozens of priceless thoroughbred horses, this time it’s the world’s largest underwater restaurant! The Maldives is fearful

Modularization and Marine Heavy Lift Transport are the Future of International EPC Projects

Written by: Philip Mok Due to the economic downturn and drop in oil prices, companies, in particular oil and energy companies, are under immense pressure to cut costs. With nearly 70 oil and gas projects totaling $380 billion deferred this year, modularization of projects has become an increasingly popular option, as direct project costs can

IMCA PUBLISHES REVISION TO WIRE ROPE INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT GUIDANCE

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has published a revised version of ‘Guidance on wire rope integrity management for vessels in the offshore industry’ (IMCA SEL 022 Rev. 2/IMCA M 194 Rev. 2). This is now available for downloading free of charge from the IMCA website, www.imca-int.com. This document provides guidance

NEW HORIZONS FOR AIRBRIDGECARGO’S SERVICE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

As of February 14, AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has started new twice-weekly Boeing 747 freighter services to Africa. AirBridgeCargo’s new flights will operate every Thursday and Sunday under an ACMI contract with CargoLogicAir (CLA) using CLA’s Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and flight numbers. The routing will start ex London Stansted (STN) via

Dutch Firm to Right Modern Express

The ill-fated car carrier Modern Express could soon be righted as the Dutch Koninklijke Roeiers Vereeniging Eendracht (KRVE) has been hired for the job. KRVE will deploy their ShoreTension system to right the vessel so the unloading of its cargo of wood and excavators can start. Modern Express, which is currently moored in Bilbao, will be held in

Andrew Barnes joins Crane Worldwide Logistics

Andrew Barnes joins Crane Worldwide Logistics in the United Kingdom to add further experience and knowledge to the UK Country team. Andrew Barnes is moving back to the United Kingdom from Indonesia to run the country sales activities for Crane Worldwide Logistics as UK Sales Director. ‘As Crane Worldwide Logistics says it expands its

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