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Sleipnir completes 1st decommissioning project

Heerema Marine Contractors has completed the first oil platform decommissioning project with its Sleipnir offshore lifting vessel. Until now the world’s largest offshore lifting vessel has been used for installation work. Towards the end of its first year in operation the 20,000 tonne capacity SSCV Sleipnir has now completed the decommissioning of the Ekofisk 2/4A

Handover Lr13000 To Titan 2

4th Liebherr LR13000 for Titan-2

Russian company Titan-2 has bought their fourth 3,000-tonne capacity Liebherr LR 13000 lattice boom crawler crane. Liebherr claims it as the most powerful conventional crawler crane in the world. Family shareholders Willi Liebherr and Sophie Albrecht handed over the new giant to the Russian energy company. Energy company Titan-2 gave three reasons for choosing the

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Largest grapple saw crane in America

Advanced Land Management and Tree Removal (ALM) claims to have taken delivery of the largest grapplesaw loader crane in North America from sales company Grapplesaw Trucks. Based on a PM 210 SP Platinum range heavy-duty crane, the 190 tonne/metre BIK TC-170 features an eight section main boom plus an eight section hydraulic jib to offer


Palfinger down in Q1

A decline in sales has been posted by Palfinger, a leading manufacturer of hydraulic cranes, aerial work platforms and materials handling equipment. It is the first decline reported by the Austria-headquartered company in many years. Sales revenue was down 10.8 percent to €393.2 million, from €440.9 million in the first quarter of 2019. EBITDA was