Collett & Sons Cruises out of Dover with 335 Tonnes

Collett & Sons Cruises out of Dover with 335 Tonnes

Appointed by Daher Projects GmbH to undertake delivery of two 335 Tonne transformers destined for Sellindge Substation, Collett & Sons Ltd loaded up their specialist girder bridge and headed out of Cruise Terminal 1 at the Port of Dover. Arriving at the Port aboard the same vessel, Collett deftly discharged the first, lifting from the […]

GB Railfreight Has Launched New Felixstowe to iPort Service

GB Railfreight Has Launched New iPort Service

GB Railfreight (GBRf) has marked it growth in the intermodal market with the launch of a new service from the Port of Felixstowe to iPort Rail in Doncaster.  As GBRf’s 16th intermodal service to date, the service will run five days a week. “I am thrilled to see the beginning of this new service. It […]

Bristol Port Welcomes World’s Largest Crane

Bristol Port Welcomes World's Largest Crane

Bristol Port has welcomed the world’s biggest crane, which is part of the critical infrastructure required for the construction of Hinkley Point C. Built by Sarens, the crane will be performing all the heaviest lifts at the construction of Britain’s first nuclear plant for two decades at Hinkley, Somerset. The crane was divided into modules and […]

Development Completed at the Port of Lowestoft’s Shell Quay

The first phase of a £300,000 demolition project to clear a new 13-acre development site has completed at the Port of Lowestoft’s Shell Quay. The project, to provide more development land for ABP and surrounding local businesses, brings ABP’s total investment in the Port of Lowestoft to £1 million in the last quarter. This follows […]

Contargo’s Most Modern Terminal Opens

Contargo Neuss GmbH celebrates the official opening of its enlarged and modernised terminal in the Flosshafenstrasse, becoming one of the handling hubs of the Contargo Group along the Rhine. The expansion project has been completed by Contargo in less than two years, without interrupting terminal operations. The terminal area is now almost three times larger […]