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ALE Lifting MRU Module in Texas, USA
ALE Lifting MRU Module in Texas, USA

ALE’s AL.SK350 Performs One of North America’s Biggest Land Lifts

ALE AL.SK350 has performed one of North America’s heaviest crane lifts using a land based heavylift crane, lifting the 3179.5 US t (2,884.4 metric tonnes) MRU module, for an oil and gas project in Texas, USA. The unrivalled 354,000te/m load moment and long outreach of the world’s largest ...

ALE completes another record breaking 3,000t lift

ALE has broken another industry record when performing the heaviest ever land based crane lift using a jib whilst working on Total’s Egina FPSO module integration project in Nigeria. The FPSO module ‘S2’ weighed a total load of 2,810t and was lifted using ALE’s unique AL.SK350 crane and heavy ...

ALE lift 3,000t – the world’s heaviest land based crane lift

ALE has performed the world’s heaviest commercial lift using a land based mobile crane, whilst executing an FPSO (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading) integration project in Brazil. ALE used its AL.SK350 crane to lift the M9 module, weighing a total of over 3,000t, using its 4,000t ...

World’s largest land based crane performs inaugural lifts in Brazil

The world’s largest crane, ALE’s AL.SK350, has performed its inaugural lifts in Brazil, using its 4,000t winch system and high speed slew. ALE is currently using the land based AL.SK350 crane to lift and install approximately 40 modules, weighing up to 3,000t, onto the P-74 FPSO (Floating ...

ALE announce plans to build heavy duty jib on world’s largest cranes

ALE Heavy Lift has announced plans to build a heavy duty jib with lengths up to 100m that can fit onto both the AL.SK190 and AL.SK350 cranes. The new jib will have a 3,400t lifting capacity and will be built from specialist steel milled with steel grades up to S1100QL used. The jib is a […]