Heavy Lift

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Heavy Lift

The transportation of cargo or individual items that weigh more than one ton or that are larger than 100 meters. Heavy lifts often require heavy machinery such as cranes. Examples of equipment requiring heavy lifts include generators, turbines and oil rigs.
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The crane's strength and capacity along with its various boom configurations made it the ideal choice and the most efficient crane for demanding heavy lifts at heights, such as this, said Al Faris.
CASE STUDY: PEARL GTL PROJECT Overview: ALE successfully undertook the complete transportation of heavy lifts for the largest gas-to-liquids (GTL) project in the world, known as the Pearl GTL project, in Qatar.
CTC works with local experienced partners for lifting plans, logistics including heavy lifts and transport, and port services.
Bahrain's public and private sector institutions have won praise from Japan's Kobe Steel for safe and timely delivery of heavy lifts machinery to its pelletising plant expansion project site in Hidd.
They assisted in the linking together of a number of power packs which powered a series of heavy lifts. The power packs had to be connected both electronically and by hydraulics.
The deep-water ocean terminal, renamed Industrial Terminals, specializes in the handling of heavy lifts, oversized and related project materials.
The crane will be built by modifying the company's AL.SK190, a popular model used in Middle East for heavy lifts.
The heavy lift mast crane (HLMC) concept, a compact and innovative crane design for heavy lifts, was developed by Huisman in 1983 and has become an industry standard for the design and construction of heavy lift cranes.
Al Jaber Heavy Lift and Transport has used its Terex CC 800-1 in a twin-boom format to complete two super-heavy lifts at a Qatari petrochemical development, the company announced.