Aug 07 | 2020
(Oceania) 174-tonne Unit Discharged at Port Kembla
Project cargo specialist AAL has unloaded the first of three outsized tunnel boring machines for a pumped-hydro project in New South Wales, Australia.
The units weighed 174 tonnes each and measured 11 meters in diameter and 137 meters in length. The cargo was moved on behalf of Snowy Hydro for the Snowy 2.0 project.
“The AAL Shanghai discharged the first of three massive tunnel boring machines ... at Port Kembla NSW Ports,” a spokesperson for AAL said.
AAL is a member of Cypriot investment group Schoeller Holdings and operates a specialist multipurpose fleet with heavy-lift capabilities of up to 700 tonnes. The company provides breakbulk, heavy-lift and project cargo services worldwide and is an exhibitor at Breakbulk Europe.
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