Witnessing a wedding Infrastructure

 Cranes are as sure as death and taxes when it comes to transporting heavylift goods. In ports in particular, where there is limited space, it is essential to be equipped with mobile cranes for transhipment. We took a look around Liebherr’s facility in Rostock.  more


Stopping over in Strasbourg Infrastructure

Many northeastern French plants that produce large turbines as well as steel constructions are ensuring that the inland of Strasbourg loads ever-more heavy shipments. In 20port 15 the hub handled 250 such consignments.  more


An airbridge to Uganda Infrastructure

Globalisation on a grand scale. To build a road bridge over the Nile, which is Africa’s and the world’s longest river, the companies need material from Asia – which reaches the site via the Middle East.  more


South to Southwest Africa Infrastructure

go to site The volume of high-value goods in intra-African trade is growing. Safmarine MPV, a specialist project cargo operator to West Africa, has gathered the requisite experience in this trade. The line is also equipped to transport breakbulk cargo.  more


Transporting lock gates in Panama – Gigantic dimensions Infrastructure

The construction of new locks in the Panama Canal has repeatedly been in the headlines recently. The transport of the first gates from the maritime terminal to the building site was an outstanding event – quite literally.  more


«Parking makes them more nervous» Infrastructure

follow url Big Move, a pan-European heavylift logistics network, recently faced a demanding task. Two components of a gantry crane – each of which was 34 m long, 5.8 m wide and 4.35 m high – had to be transported from Köthen to Differdange. The dead weight of the protruding metal...  more


Digging a tunnel through London Infrastructure

source site WWL ALS, a 3PL logistics service provider and heavylift specialist that engages in international activities, recently organised the relocation of a large tunnel-boring machine in the British capital. Police traffic restrictions meant that the largest items for delivery were only...  more


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