Royal Portbury Dock

Dismantling of Kone Continuous Ship Unloader (CSU) 1 The City of Bristol was built on shipping and the roots of the modern Bristol Port Company go back to the 1870s. A constant theme in the development of maritime logistics is the evolution in the types of cargos being shipped to meet the ever-changing demands of […]

Port of Sunderland

Dismantling of Redundant Dockside Cranes The River Wear and city of Sunderland has a long and proud maritime history centring around shipbuilding and coal exports. Ship and boat building on the River Wear can be traced back over 2,000 years, with over 400 registered shipyards operating in Sunderland throughout the centuries. At the peak of […]

Port of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Controlled Collapse of a Paceco STS crane The Port of Port of Spain (PPOS) is the cargo handling division of the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago. Located in a natural harbour on the sheltered north western coast of Trinidad, the Port of Port of Spain is ideally positioned to service the major sea lanes […]

Dublin Ferryport Terminals (DFT)

Piecemeal Dismantling of 3no. RTG cranes Handling over 50% of all trade in the Republic of Ireland, located in the heart of Dublin City and at the hub of the national road and rail network, Dublin Port is a key strategic access point for the entire island of Ireland. Part of the container and terminal […]

Tanzania International Container Terminal Services (TICTS)

Piecemeal Dismantling of 3no. Ship to Shore Quay Cranes at Hutchison Ports TICTS, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania Hutchison Ports Tanzania, located at Dar es Salaam, is the country’s largest container terminal. The Port of Dar es Salaam handles more than 85% of Tanzania’s trade and is a vital gateway not just to Tanzania, but also […]

Port Authority of Trinidad & Tobago

Mechanical and Electrical Assembly of New Ship to Shore Cranes Located in the Gulf of Paria, the Port of Port of Spain (PPOS) Container Terminal is the largest and most modern container handling facility within Trinidad and Tobago, contributing a large proportion of the nation’s throughput of nearly 600,000TEU’s, from its 61-hectare terminal located within […]

ABP Immingham

Relocation and Disposal of a Ship to Shore Crane – ABP Immingham The scope of works included: The SPMT Relocation of a Ship to Shore Crane Piecemeal dismantling of an STS crane Subsequent processing, segregation and recycling STS arisings The Associated British Ports, Port of Immingham is the UK’s largest port by tonnage, handling around […]

Sand Island Hawaii

Sand Island Hawaii, STS Disposal Controlled Collapse, Ship to Shore Cranes – Matson, Hawaii The scope of works included: The Controlled Collapse of four Ship to Shore Cranes The Matson Terminal, Honolulu is a vital part of the Hawaiian economy and acts as a shipping hub between Mainland USA to the Hawaiian Islands and the […]

Bristol Port

Bristol Port, Stacker & Reclaimer Disposal of Strachan & Henshaw, Stacker & Reclaimer The scope of works included: The Controlled Demolition of a coal stacker The Controlled Demolition of a coal reclaimer The dismantling of associated conveyor system Removal of all rail lines and sleepers The subsequent scrap cutting and removal for recycling Bristol Port […]

Belfast Harbour

Belfast harbour, Liebherr STS & RMG Disposal Controlled Collapse of two STS and one RMG Cranes The scope of works included: The Controlled Collapse of two Ship to Shore Cranes The Controlled Collapse of a Rail Mounted Gantry Crane The subsequent scrap cutting and removal for recycling Belfast Harbour is Northern Ireland’s principal maritime gateway […]

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