Barrus Projects team took part in the Breakbulk Europe exhibition in Bremen from May 21-23.
In honor of its oldest partner, the port of Bronka raised the Barrus flag.
Barrus Projects has become a member of Project Logistics Alliance.
The development of the gas part of the field of LLC “Irkutsk Oil Company” has begun at the Yarakta oil and gas condensate field (OGCF). It includes the construction of a complex preparation unit for natural and associated petroleum gas (UPPPNG).
Barrus Logistics with cooperation of Barrus Projects successfully performed quite challenging delivery of over dimensional and heavy weight equipment of ASE (AtomStroyExport, part of RosAtom) for needs of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant construction.
The company Barrus Projects completed the delivery of equipment for the complex under construction. Transportation began in September 2017 and lasted until the end of 2018. The total volume of the transported equipment amounted to 7,980 tons, 35,800 cubic meters.
As part of the construction of the Ruppur NPP, Barrus has delivered large-sized heavy equipment of the melt localization device by sea from the port of Novorossiysk to the port of Mongla/Chittagong, NRB, transshipment to barges and delivery to the river port on the Padma river, and then auto transportation to the construction site.
Barrus has delivered and installed large-sized equipment for the construction of an Arctic wind power plant located in a remote area of Yakutia with no transport infrastructure.
For successful execution of work on international transportation of equipment for the construction of Wind Power Plants on the territory of Russian Federation, company Barrus Projects admitted as a member of the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry.
ALE has launched its 10,000-tonne capacity SK10,000 ring crane at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Texas, USA.
A worrying and increasingly prominent trend is the amount of risk being shouldered by those active in the project logistics supply chain.
The Commercial Port of Vladivostok, part of the Fesco Transportation Group, will receive five port cranes in 2020.
Antonov Airlines has transported the GSAT-31 communication satellite for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on behalf of Flywell Aviation.
Nooteboom has received a European patent for a lift adapter developed for its Mega Windmill Transporter (MWT).
However, BIMCO states that while Chinese regulators updated part of its domestic emission control area (DECA) regulations with effect from January 1, 2019, authorities have not yet placed a full ban on open-loop scrubbers.
In order to support the regional oil and gas sector, Sarens has opened a crane depot in Tyumen, Russia.
Rosatom has been appointed as Russia’s management authority for the Northern Sea Route (NSR).
Technip has awarded Jumbo a contract for the transportation and installation of a 410-tonne subsea production manifold for the Leviathan development, located off the coast of Israel.