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Hansa Heavy Lift Moves Fully Assembled Liebherr Cranes from Ireland to UK

HANSA HEAVY LIFT has successfully transported two fully-assembled ship-to-shore (STS) container gantry cranes for Liebherr Container Cranes Ltd, picking them up in the DSG Terminal, Port of Cork, Ireland, before discharging them at the Port of Hull, UK.  The shipment took place aboard HHL Lagos and was the first time Liebherr’s gantry cranes had been transported fully-assembled via a lift-on and lift-off method on a heavy lift vessel.  The cranes measured 81.4 ... [+]

HANSA HEAVY LIFT DEVELOPS TAILORED SOLUTIONS FOR FLOATING UNIT CUSTOMERS GLOBALLY

HANSA HEAVY LIFT has strengthened its position in the floating unit market after successfully completing a series of projects in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. The moves included the transportation of 45 yachts in one consignment, as well as the safe delivery of two oversized barges and three tugs. “We see ... [+]

Hansa Heavy Lift Delivers 6 Large RTG Cranes from Japan to Turkey

Hansa Heavy Lift has transported six rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes, each weighing 135 metric tonnes and measuring 28.9 by 11.3 by 26.6 m, from Japan to Turkey. All units were loaded onto the vessel HHL Kobe at the port of Saiki in southern Japan, with two of the cranes being discharged ... [+]

HANSA HEAVY LIFT DELIVERS 13 MODULES FROM CHINA TO AUSTRALIA FOR PORT PIRIE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT

Hansa Heavy Lift has transported 13 modules measuring over 147,124 cbm from China to Australia, to help with the redevelopment of the Nyrstar Smelter in Port Pirie. The cargo was loaded on four separate voyages at the Yanda Module Yard in Jiangsu, China, with the largest piece weighing 690 metric tonnes, ... [+]

Hansa Heavy Lift Transports 24 Reels and Subsea Equipment in Indonesia

HANSA HEAVY LIFT has successfully transported two dozen reels, as well as a range of subsea equipment for the Jangkrik Complex Project, off the coast of Indonesia. HHL Richards Bay picked up the cargo at three different ports: Rosyth, UK; Le Trait, France and Tanjung Langsat, Malaysia. HANSA HEAVY LIFT discharged the ... [+]

Underwater Power Plant Goes Down Under

A vessel operated by HANSA HEAVY LIFT (HHL) has delivered a BioPower Systems (BPS) pilot unit and retrieval rig weighing a total of 698 metric tons, picking up the components in Vũng Tàu, Vietnam and transporting them to Portland, Australia. Once at the Port of Portland, the retrieval rig was discharged ... [+]

Hansa Heavy Lift Navigates Western Boundary of Northern Sea Route

Hansa Heavy Lift recently completed two successful voyages along the western boundary of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) to deliver a heat exchanger weighing 365 metric tons from Fairless Hills, USA and power generation equipment from Italy to Sabetta, Russia. These were the tenth and eleventh voyages for the global tramp ... [+]

HANSA HEAVY LIFT Opens Two New Offices, Appoints New Commercial Agent

HANSA HEAVY LIFT is continuing its global expansion program with new offices in Brazil and the UAE and with the appointment of a new commercial agent in Colombia. The new office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is headed by Marcello Marano, Business Development Manager, while the office in Dubai, UAE will ... [+]

Hansa Heavy Lift Opens New Office in Monaco

Effective September 16, Hansa Heavy Lift now operates a regional office in Monaco to serve the South European market covering France, Italy and Spain. The new office represents part of the company’s on-going global expansion plans. “Monaco is in a strategic location which is perfectly positioned to serve South Europe in ... [+]

Hansa Heavy Lift Transports Shiploader from China to the USA

Hansa Heavy Lift has successfully transported a shiploader weighing over 560 metric tons from Nantong/China to Portland, Oregon/USA for Sandvik Mining and Construction. HHL Richards Bay safely transported the shiploader, which measures 36.50 meters in length x 56.44 in width x 31.50 in height, discharging it at the Port of Portland ... [+]

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