Energy

22.09.2017

Turbines over the Andes Energy

click here Since 2015 Bolivia has been planning to increase its power-generation capacities, with the support of Siemens. It would like to gene­rate more than enough electricity for domestic consumption, and to also export power. The equipment for the power station expansion project in...  more

22.09.2017

Focusing on alternative energy Energy

here The Salammbô Group, which is domiciled in Tunis, recently transported a total of 40 wind power plants of the Vestas V90 type with 120 MW from China and Spain to Tangier (Morocco).  more

24.03.2017

Huge maritime power station Energy

Parts for 87 wind power plants are being held in interim storage in Belfast by the heavylift logistician Schmidbauer, before the firm loads them onto a ship. They are destined for a wind farm west of Blackpool in the Irish Sea that is due to go on stream in 2018.  more

24.03.2017

Wind power in its sails EPC

The debate concerning alternative sources of energy has not yet abated. Crane-maker Liebherr is nevertheless banking on wind energy, amongst other things. It won a contract to supply the heavylift crane for the wind-farm installation vessel “Orion”.  more

24.02.2017

Longest blades Energy

Blue Water Shipping recently transported some of the longest wind turbine blades in the world. The project saw the line’s new joint venture with Breb in action for the first time.  more

10.05.2016

Wind turbines to the Maghreb Energy

The Tunis-based Salammbô Group was founded in 1999 by president and CEO Mohamed Hechmi Briki. The firm has expanded successfully beyond Tunisia’s borders and now has offices throughout the Maghreb region.  more

14.09.2015

Siemens: SOVs instead of SUVs Energy

follow link Omnipresent sport utility vehicles (SUVs) have a new look, at least in some coastal areas. Siemens, a multinational corporation from Germany and a major player in the offshore wind turbine industry, is revolutionising the options for offshore wind farm maintenance. The...  more

27.02.2015

Heavylift gear on the Black River Energy

Southeast Asia’s largest hydroelectric power plants operate on the River Da in Vietnam – and new ones are being planned. One plant, which covers 10% of the country’s power needs, was opened in Son La in 2013, and now a further unit is being built in Lai Chau. In February the...  more

30.01.2015

Heavy Baltic loads Energy

Twelve transformers are due to be transported from Sweden to Lithuania by April, as part of the Nordbalt project. Three companies from the three neighbouring Baltic states are working together on this assignment for the client, ABB in Sweden.  more

30.01.2015

Close to setting a new handling record Energy

The South Carolina Ports Authority, which is in charge of the port of Charleston SC, recently handled a very significant heavylift project. The consignments concerned contained a Westinghouse Electric Company steam generator being shipped to the South Carolina Electric & Gas...  more

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