MCA Exercise Off Shethlands with weather above 20m/s.
Here together with Grampian Frontier.
With wave hight of abt. 5-6m Herakles proceed back with 12 knots on 30% power output.
Lifting two marine Villas from barge into water each 240 ton for Marin Staden.
Transport of 300 tons transformator on Carrier 8 for Vagenborg - Smith - Enercon.
Including construction of RoRo ramp and fundaments at our workshop in Piteå.
(Look like this was the heaviest transport on public roads in Sweden, total 375 ton on 158 wheels)
Arne delivered to Aarsleff Värtahamnen on time 1 Aug. after a 6 month completed re-build.
Including 552 hp Scania main engine, bowthruster and for 12 passanger inside.
Carrier 8 for Lundvalls loading to bidge sections in Gdynia transport to Stockholm
loading a 600 ton crawler crane for installaton of the new Danviks bridge.
Mentor, Kraft and Carrier 1 started contract for Max Bögl for the mounting of steal constructions for the Sundsvalls bridge.
We took delivery of ASD Mentor, 52 tbp from Svitzer Marine in Hull UK.
Skulte Port have bought Nestor that is built to ice class Ice 1A Super.
This will give a good service to Skulte Port years to come.
We wish the new owners all the best with a very good tug.
AHT Herakles has been appointed as Emergency Towing Vessel (ETV)
with a contract for MCA, Maritime Coastguard Agency in UK.Being standby in the waters north of Scotland.
Carrier 4 have been equiped with 25 m spudlegs and working for Tugab - Strabag
on the new building quay in Värta Hamen for Fortum.
Pontooncrane Lodbrok has performed lifting of bridge sections for the new bridge in Sundsvall, Sweden.
Bridge being 2 109 meters and built by JV Joint Venture Sundsvallbron PBM” consisting of the companies:
E. Pihl & Son AS, Max Bögl International S.E. samt Josef Möbius Bau-Angesellschaft.
Full capacity lifting, 255 mts, by Lodbrok in Västerås. Sweden, for Scandinavian Shipping AB.
Tug Eol with barge Carrier 2 has performed all time high in cubic meters
by transporting 60'000 m3 of logs from archipelagoes in northern Sweden.