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Heavy Lift Vessel

A maritime vessel with specialized equipment such as cranes. A heavy lift vessel is equipped for a heavy lift, which is the transportation of cargo or individual items that weigh more than one ton or are larger than 100 meters. See also: Heavy lift charge.
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After completing the life time extension works on the Stanislav Yudin, the new contract awarded to DSR will include dry docking, upgrades and operational modifications for the Global 1200, one of two deepwater rigid pipe S-lay and heavy lift vessels owned by Technip.
It is involved in the businesses of large-sized steel structure, port machinery, elevator, electro-machinery and software exploitation The Company has also entered the high-tech and high value-added shipbuilding market of Ro/Ro vessels, Ro/Ro passenger vessels and semi-submersible heavy lift vessels.
Our modern fleet of 16 heavy lift vessels lets us offer our customers highly flexible options.
The report considers two scenarios which account for developing offshore lift technologies and the associated variable onshore costs; the first scenario presents a 'business-as-usual' situation whereby existing heavy lift vessels are used to carry out decommissioning using an 'offshore deconstruction' process, the statement said.
Nanayakkara said Bertling has its own fleet of ships, including heavy lift vessels, and can provide the specialised heavy lift skills needed for post-war Sri Lanka where such skills are in short supply.
These heavy lift vessels will transport dynamic umbilicals from Houston and additional flexible risers spooled in carrousel and on reels with associated buoyancy modules to enhance the operations offshore.
It is the leading operator in the world market of wide heavy lifting and has a fleet of 13 purpose-built heavy lift vessels provide lifting capacities of up to 1,400 tons plus ro-ro capabilities for loads up to 2,500 tonnes.
Although there are assets being constructed such as deepwater pipelay and heavy lift vessels, the geographical spread of deepwater developments means that comprehensive coverage of the market is still an issue in the industry.
company to supply complete marine power systems for four heavy lift vessels.
With a fleet of two dozen multipurpose vessels, including seven heavy lift vessels, the company offers twice monthly service from the U.
The first scenario presents a business as usual' situation whereby existing heavy lift vessels are used to carry out decommissioning projects.
The Global 1200 is the first of two deepwater rigid pipe S-lay and heavy lift vessels owned by Technip.