22 transports by barge CS1, of TP’s each 460ton approx. from Antwerp via Schelde, Hansweert, Oosterschelde, Hollands Diep, and Nieuwe Maas, to be delivered at the new SIF Terminal in the Maasvlakte for the Hohe See OWF.
Manora Logistics organized the transport of a 400ft barge AMT Challenger, loaded with a 2400 ton jacket, and 8 piles to the Hohe See field. The barge was equipped with grillage and seafastening at Flushing, after which the jacket was loaded together with the piles. The 95 ton BP tug Multratug 3 towed the 122 x 36 meter pontoon from Flushing to the Hohe See Field in Germany.
Currently Manora Logistics is arranging 6 trips with 12 upto 18 anode cages, as inland navigation in Belgium and The Netherlands. The barge Loma is loading the cages in Tessenderlo, calling for deliveries at Middelburg, Moerdijk and Rotterdam within 5 days, after which we return to Tessenderlo for loading. Many thanks to all involved.
We are currently transporting 29 semi finished transition pieces from Rostock to Aalborg and Antwerp. 10 voyages with mv Northern Rock, each loaded with 3 TPs, each about 330 ton heavy, 33 m length and 6,8 m diameter. 2 trips completed successfully, and the third one now underway. An excellent cooperation with customer and vessel owner, as well as all other parties involved!
Manora Logistics organized the transport of two Transition Pieces for The Kriegers Flak project. The units were loaded in Antwerp, onto a pontoon. The heaviest section of about 650 ton was loaded with Matador 3. A few days later, the cargo was delivered to Oostende, were the units have been transferred transferred and installed onto a BOA Barge, using Matador 3 again. Manora Logistics was in charge of the transport from Hoboken to Oostende of these units.