The two new two high-spec “walk to work” offshore wind Commissioning, Service and Operations vessels (CSOVs) recently ordered by Oslo-headquartered Awind AS will feature MacGregor equipment packages. Awind AS, is a wholly-owned
Manson Construction Company’s 15,000-cubic-yard capacity, 420 foot long, hopper dredge Frederick Paup is to be equipped with MacGregor telescopic cranes. Currently under construction at the Keppel AmFELS shipyard in Brownsville, Texas, the
Voith will showcase a new system for remotely controlling tugboats in a live streamed simulation at Germany’s upcoming 12th National Maritime Conference, being held virtually May 10-11. Called FernSAMS, the technology has
With experience dating back to 1875 and benefiting from proven Pusnes, Hatlapa and TTS technologies, MacGregor has introduces the next generation of its deck machinery. MacGregor says the new range provides significant
MacGregor has signed a two-year OnWatch Scout predictive maintenance agreement with Athens-headquartered bulker operator Load Line Marine SA to support the operation of vessels in its fleet equipped with MacGregor merchant cranes.
The 5,400-cubic-meter LNG bunkering barge under construction at Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., will have two MacGregor Rapp HP63-13F fixed boom cranes to handle the hoses that transfer LNG from the
Cranes and material handlers—it’s something we haven’t written a whole lot about in Marine Log. Nonetheless, they are an essential part of shoreside shipping, whether they are at a container terminal on
MacGregor has booked its largest ever single-vessel contract. It covers the supply of a system critical to the mission of what will be the world’s largest custom-built offshore wind foundation installation vessel.
Cheoy Lee Shipyards recently delivered the first of two Robert Allan Ltd. designed RAstar 3200-CL tugs to Yiu Lian Dockyards Ltd., Hong Kong. Named Hai Kun, on sea trials the tug achieved
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has secured an order to provide deck handling solutions for two T-ATS class vessels to be built at Gulf Island Shipyards LLC, a subsidiary of Gulf Island Fabrication