Transport of one unpacked Azipod (Schottel) of 65.700 kg from vessel into barge and loading thereafter onto containervessel ms Edith Maersk in Hamburg for transport to Guayaquil.
Manora Logistics transported a Gripper Frame from Szczecin, Poland to the Damen Yard in Rotterdam. The piece weighed 150 ton, and was approx 27 x 21 x 12,5 meters. After loading and skidding on board, the convoy departed under a beautiful blue sky, and the cargo was safely delivered a few days later. Great cooperation with the clients and all partners involved !
Ever seen 7 meter wide pieces on a flat rack ? Manora is shipping 45 x 40ft HC containers and 3 x 40ft flat rack with 7 meter wide pieces from Ex Works Dubai upto delivered Gdansk. The vessel Express Athens transported all units to Gdynia where the cargo was transhipped for final delivery to Gdansk.
The first transport consisted of a 47,5 ton pump, 4,5 x 3,5 x 4,5 meters from Kinderdijk in The Netherlands, by barge to Antwerp, for transport on vessel ms “QIAN KUN” to Singapore.
A few weeks later we loaded another 2 dredging pumps, one of 125 ton and one of 150 ton, again onto a pontoon, transhipped the units on Chipolbrok CP SUN for shipment to Shanghai, after which we delivered the pumps to the shipyard in Dalian.
Manora transported large steel sections from Rotterdam to Ireland. The first unit of 460 ton steel was loaded at Rotterdam over a weekend. It was a challenging operation since the cargo was coated and had no fixed lashing points. But job completed and vessel Peak Breskens delivered the cargo safely. The week after the operation was repeated with Peak Bordeaux.
In three separate shipments we loaded first 2 bottom shafts, each approx 8,5 meter in diameter, later followed by two shipments of coated top sections, of which the heaviest unit weighed 457 ton, from the Netherlands to Ireland. After loading, lashing and securing the cargo in the port of Rotterdam, the vessels sailed for Belfast, where all pieces have been discharged at a private terminal, and used in a innovative windfarm project !
Manora loaded at the Saipem Yard in Mekjarvik, Norway, 26 units offshore equipment, the largest one 5 meters high, the heaviest one 30 ton. These were trucked, loaded and shipped to Rotterdam, where we delivered all the different units to several locations in the Benelux by truck again. Many thanks for good cooperation with all parties involved
A total of 32 transition pieces, each 260 ton, are being delivered by Manora Logistics to Nordenham in Germany. Two Peak B type vessels have been chartered, and they will shuttle 16 trips to deliver all units to the terminal, after which they will be installed in the coming weeks
on the Trianel Borkum West II Windfarm. Once the 32 x 6.2 MW turbines are operational, they will deliver sufficient electricity for over 140.000 families.
Manora Logistics organized the transport, on the barge Paula, of the Hohe See Topside, from The Hoboken site to the offshore windfarm. With 4.500 ton total weight, and 55 meters length x 30 meters height, the largest component ever transported by Manora. After arriving at the interim storage location at Eemshaven, awaiting a favorable weather window, we took the cargo offshore for installation by HMC and their Crane Vessel Thialf. Proud to see such a high tech cargo, entirely manufactured in Belgium, passing over the Scheldt, with the Antwerp Cathedral and a cruise vessel in the background !
Over a period of a few weeks, Manora organised the transport of over 100 containers, including a lot of special equipment, from Turkey, Mexico, Panama and India to Europe and the Middle East. Manora was in charge of precarriage, customs, overseas transport and local delivery. Some shipments were time sensitive, and needed very strict follow up by our team. Manora offered a true one stop shop solution
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.