POSH heavy lift performs load-out operations



Two of our floating sheerleg cranes, PWL501 (500 tonne lifting capacity) and PWL1501 (1,500 tonne lifting capacity), were engaged to carry out the load out operation of subsea equipment in Singapore.

To ensure the equipment would be flawlessly lifted and placed evenly on the transportation vessel MV Deep Orient, planning and engineering for the operation began as early as February 2017.

The load-out was carried out in two stages. PWL501 was first deployed to a fabrication yard to load two cargoes onto a flat top barge. Thereafter, the loaded barge was moved to Jurong Port where the cargoes were lifted and loaded onto MV Deep Orient by PWL1501.

PWL1501 also loaded two units of hose reel (approximately 400 tonnes each) onto the MV Deep Orient from Jurong Port’s quayside.

Even with a tight project schedule, our close working relationship with the client and the team’s concerted efforts paid off handsomely with the smooth and on-time completion of the load-out.

Sheerleg PWL501 loading a Subsea equipment onto a Barge
Sheerleg PWL1501 loading second hose reel in Jurong Port

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