MacGregor delivers winches for ‘one of largest heavy lift vessels’

HLV-10000
HLV-10000

Following an order in October 2013, MacGregor, part of Cargotec has delivered and commissioned 45 variable frequency drive (VFD) winches and a full control system for the recently completed heavy-lift crane barge Hyundai HLV-10000, one of the largest heavy lift vessels in the world.

Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Hyundai Heavy Industries, built the large floating crane to meet the increasing demands for heavyweight shipbuilding support activities, along with offshore lifting operations.

“This delivery extends MacGregor’s heavy lift vessel portfolio,” says Francis Wong, Head of Sales and Marketing at Offshore Deck Machinery at MacGregor.

“It also confirms our ability to meet the developing needs of specialist vessels, supported by our good track record for all types and sizes of winches and cranes from merchant ships to offshore support vessels.

“We won this contract because we offer the most advanced winch and crane technology, underpinned by our worldwide service support organisation.”

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