TPS Valparaiso, Chile

Ship to Shore Crane Controlled Collapse & Disposal Terminal Pacífico Sur Valparaíso (TPSV) located on the central Chilean coast located 110 kilometres northwest of Santiago, the capital city of Chile. This proximity and central location makes it a strategic point in commercial distribution with access to more than 50% of the population and national economic […]

OPCSC, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

Disposal of redundant equipment including STS & RTG cranes and miscellaneous equipment, OPCSA or Operaciones Portuarias Canarias SA, owned by MSC, has been operating since 1986 and is the largest, most modern container terminal in the Canary Islands. The terminal is based in the port of Las Palmas in the north-east of Gran Canaria, Spain. […]

The Bristol Port Company

Dismantling of Kone Continuous Ship Unloader (CSU) 2 As the Bristol Port Company continued its diversification into the renewable energies market, it’s once world-renowned coal import terminal needed to be decommissioned to make way for the latest in state of the art equipment with increased efficiency and capabilities. The terminal decommissioning had been split into […]

Hutchison Ports ICAVE, Veracruz, Mexico

Relocation and Demolition of STS QC05 The Port of Veracruz is on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico in south-central Mexico a little over 300 kilometres east-southeast of Mexico City. The Port of Veracruz is the main seaport on Mexico’s east coast and the backbone of the State of Veracruz’s economy. The new Port […]

Avonmouth Docks

Dismantling and Disposal of Six Stothert and Pitt DD2 Dockside Cranes There has been a port in Bristol since Roman times providing a vital connection between England and the world; this proud shipping tradition continues today. Throughout the Industrial Revolution, ships were built larger to carry more cargo, so Avonmouth Dock opened in 1877 to […]

Barbados Ports Inc, Bridgetown

Demolition and Disposal of an STS Quay Crane The Port of Bridgetown is a multipurpose seaport where trade and logistics, transport and technology, people and passion come together in a vibrant hub. It’s strategic location in the South East Caribbean, coupled with its focus on efficiency, reliability and exemplary customer service, make it the perfect […]

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 […]

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