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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 31 okt 2017 15:55
door Joost.R
Mozambican dredging contract awarded to Van Oord

Van Oord has been contracted to carry out emergency dredging works in the Port of Beira, Mozambique.
CFM, the ports and railways company of Mozambique, is the client. Reinstating the port access channel to its charted lines and levels is of great importance to facilitate the growing maritime transport in this region.
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Caption: Van Oord TSHD Volvox Atalanta
Execution of the project will start soon and will take six months to complete.
The Port of Beira acts as a gateway to the central interior area of the country as well as the land-locked nations of Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Trailing suction hopper dredger Volvox Atalanta will dredge the port access channel to its original width and depth and will be assisted by the Sagar Manthan for bed-levelling operations.
Source: Van Oord

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 31 okt 2017 15:57
door Joost.R
Boskalis acquires contract for long-term maintenance dredging works

Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) together with a Cypriot partner, has been awarded a contract for long-term maintenance dredging works in the Middle East.
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Image for illustrative purposes only - Photo: Boskalis
Boskalis and its partner will develop and build an electrical cutter suction dredger for these works that are set to commence shortly after the commissioning of the vessel in 2019. The annual revenue amounts to approximately EUR 25 million over an eleven year period.

The cutter suction dredger will be fully electrically powered through an onshore 33kV powerline connection. The 100-meter-long shallow water vessel will have a capacity of 1,000 kW, allowing it to pump the dredged material over a distance of 7.5 kilometers. The investment will be fully recovered within the contract.
The dredger will be transferred to the client at the end of the contract duration.

Source: Boskalis

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 31 okt 2017 17:07
door Patru
Voor de liefhebbers wat oudjes uit Amsterdam.
Daar viel in de grachten en vaarten ook heel wat te baggeren.
Eén aan het werk in de Haarlemmervaart en een andere in een advertentie van Breejenbout in het blad Ons Amsterdam van februari 1950.


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Groet, Paul G.

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 05 nov 2017 18:40
door peelander
De Freeway voor de kust van Schouwen
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groeten
Jan van der Pluijm

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 05 nov 2017 23:45
door Jos Komen (R.I.P)
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IDNo: 5294773 Year: 1930
Name: RIETBOK Type: Dredger (SHD) Flag: ZAF Tons: 4538
Country of build: GBR Builder: Simons Location of yard: Renfrew
Number ofscrews/Mchy/Speed(kn): 2T-11
BU East London 10.66

China mega cutter dredger

Geplaatst: 06 nov 2017 18:29
door lodonk
De tijd van afkijken is voorbij. Geheel in China zelf ontworpen. naam: Tian Kun Hua
Zie voor te water lating video op www.dredgepoint.com

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 08 nov 2017 23:11
door Jos Komen (R.I.P)
Weer even terug in de tijd. :wink:
De Robert Vassall 1912.

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Owner: Great Western Railway GBR Cardiff
IDNo: 1132869 Year: 1912
Name: ROBERT VASSALL Type: Dredger (BD) Flag: GBR Tons: 317
Country of build: GBR Builder: Simons Location of yard: Renfrew
Number ofscrews/Mchy/Speed(kn): 1C-
BU Newport 19.1.37

Unieke combinatie

Geplaatst: 11 nov 2017 15:11
door lodonk
Combinatie van baggermolen en profielzuiger

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 19 nov 2017 16:42
door Jan van Toor
Koos schreef:
14 dec 2012 15:44
Hoy Roy e.a.
Hier nog een afbeelding van een van de stenenstorters in de CH3 periode in de Europoort.
Waren ook speciale invaardokken voor gemaakt voor snelle belading.
Stukken steen/rots werden met schepen aangevoerd ergens vanuit Scandinavie.
De "Cetus" heeft in de Boka service nog wel wat configuratie aanpassingen ondergaan.
Zoals DP inplaats van ankeren en ook nog wel mbt. andere aspecten.
Gr.Koos
Ik heb in 1973/74 een jaar op zowel de Cetus als de Taurus gevaren op de lokatie Arzew, Algerije. de Taurus is ook nog gezonken geweest ! ik was 2de WTK daar.

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 21 nov 2017 10:57
door Joost.R
Great Lakes takes delivery of Ellis Island, largest hopper dredger in the US market

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (Great Lakes) (NASDAQ:GLDD), the largest provider of dredging services in the United States and a major provider of environmental and infrastructure services announced that it has taken delivery of the new build ATB hopper dredge Ellis Island and tug Douglas B. Mackie after successful completion of United States Coast Guard and American Bureau of Shipping regulatory sea trials.
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Caption: ATB hopper dredge Ellis Island - Image courtesy of Great Lakes.

David Simonelli, President, Dredging Division commented: “We are excited to take delivery of this advanced vessel which improves the competitiveness of our hopper group and represents a substantial reinvestment in our fleet. The Ellis Island significantly increases the United States commercial Jones Act hopper fleet capacity as the largest hopper dredge in the United States market, with a carrying capacity of 15,000 cubic yards.”

Lasse Petterson, Chief Executive Officer commented: “This addition to our fleet represents a great milestone in Great Lakes’ history. The Ellis Island is capable of meeting the current and future U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’, State and U.S. Ports’ deepening, coastal protection, coastal restoration and maintenance dredging infrastructure demands. The Ellis Island‘s haul capacity and dredging systems will yield more efficient and faster project execution.”

Great Lakes performed U.S. Coast Guard emergency crew drills yesterday and expects to receive the Certificates of Inspection thereafter. Upon receipt of the Certificates of Inspection, the Ellis Island and tug Douglas B. Mackie will depart Panama City, Florida for the Mississippi Coastal Improvement Program project and commence operations on this important long haul coastal restoration project.

Source: GLDD

The Launch of Great Lakes Dredge & Dock’s hopper dredge, the Ellis Island.
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 23 nov 2017 16:41
door Jos Komen (R.I.P)
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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 02 dec 2017 17:53
door Jos Komen (R.I.P)
De Tcharduj, verder geen gegevens bekend.

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Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 11 dec 2017 13:55
door Joost.R
Van Oord completes expansion of Taiwan's largest port

Van Oord recently completed the expansion of the port of Kaohsiung. The client, Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC), awarded the contract in 2015. The work was completed eight months ahead of schedule.
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In less than two years’ time, trailing suction hopper dredgers Vox Máxima, Volvox Terranova, and Rotterdam created 250 hectares of new land for the Kaohsiung Intercontinental Container Center Phase II.
‘The availability of the right equipment at the right moment and excellent cooperation within the internationally assembled project team contributed to the early completion and overall success of this project. It was the first time Van Oord had been engaged as a main contractor in Taiwan,’ says Van Oord’s Area Manager Martin Meijers.
The new land will accommodate many terminals and wharves, some of which will be able to handle container vessels of up to 22,000 TEU.

Taiwan International Ports Corporation: ‘The Port of Kaohsiung is Taiwan’s largest port. Each day, around 150 vessels pass through the port, where more than 10 million containers are transhipped each year. The expansion enables future growth and will strengthen the position of the port of Kaohsiung as Taiwan’s maritime gateway.’
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Source: Van Oord

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 19 dec 2017 20:48
door Joost.R
Boskalis joint venture awarded Martin Garcia Channel dredging contract

Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) has been awarded a 5-year contract by the Comision Administradora del Rio de la Plata (CARP), for the capital and maintenance dredging of the Martín García channel, located between Uruguay and Argentina in the northern part of the 50-kilometer-wide Rio de la Plata estuary. The contract carries a total value for the 50/50 joint venture with DEME of approximately EUR 110 million and signing is expected to take place in the coming weeks.
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The Martín García channel is the main access channel to Uruguay's second largest port, Nueva Palmira, as well as to the Rio Uruguay. The main objective of the dredging program is to deepen the canal and subsequently maintain a depth of 34 feet over the contract period.

The capital dredging work will be performed in 2018, when approximately 6 million cubic meters of mainly sand and silt will be removed with two trailing suction hopper dredgers as well as approximately 500,000 cubic meters of clay and rock with a large backhoe. The maintenance contract requires the annual removal of approximately 5 million cubic meters of mainly sand and silt, over a subsequent period of four years and will be carried out with a trailing suction hopper dredger.

The Boskalis strategy is designed to benefit from the key macro-economic drivers that fuel global demand in our selected markets: global trade, increasing energy consumption, population growth and the challenges of changing climate conditions. This project is driven by the growth in global trade.

Source: Boskalis

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 21 dec 2017 23:32
door Joost.R
Keel laying ceremony marks milestone in the construction of world’s most powerful cutter suction dredger ‘Spartacus’

Yesterday the keel laying ceremony took place for DEME’s cutter suction dredger ‘Spartacus’ at the Royal IHC shipyard in Krimpen aan den Ijssel in the Netherlands. The ceremony marks a milestone in the construction of the most powerful cutter suction dredger that has ever been built.
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The combination of power, size and new innovations make mega cutter ‘Spartacus’ a new benchmark in the dredging industry. With a total installed power of 44.180 kW, the vessel will be able to cut harder soils at speeds that have not been possible before. This means that works can be taken on by the cutter dredger rather than relying on the use of dynamite and blasting.

‘Spartacus’ will be able to dredge in waters of up to 45 m, compared to the 35 m depth which is presently the upper limit in the market. The dredger is capable of operating in very remote locations with limited infrastructure, given the fuel autonomy and accommodation capacity. The environmentally friendly cutter suction dredger will also have other innovations on board, such as a waste heat recovery system that converts heat from the exhaust gasses to electrical energy.

The 164 m long ‘Spartacus’ will be the world’s first dual fuel cutter suction dredger. It will have a Green Passport and Clean Design notation. DEME’s newest additions to the fleet are all designed as green vessels equipped with next generation dual fuel engines, capable of running on LNG or diesel fuel, reducing carbon emissions, almost eliminating particulate matter, sulphur oxides (Sox) and nitrogen oxides (NOx).

‘Spartacus’ will join the DEME fleet in 2019.

Source: DEME

Re: Hoppers en de Baggerindustrie

Geplaatst: 31 dec 2017 13:52
door logger
Foto van een steekzuiger, weet iemand welke het is en waar en ongeveer wanneer de foto is genomen?
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