Heavy winches transported

By Niamh Marriott04 May 2022

Dutch project specialist Steder Group, member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for The Netherlands, recently shipped huge winches, each over 110 tonnes each, from an inland terminal with a Dutch inner river vessel, via the HL terminal in Rotterdam to its final destination in the Baltic.

Steder Group, who transported the winches, is based near the port of Rotterdam (Photo: WWPC)

Steder Group is based near the port of Rotterdam and has been a project logistics service provider for the Dutch offshore and dredging companies for decades.

The company provides logistics for mobilisations, demobilisations, OOG shipments, ROI/RO shipments and part-charters.

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