Barrus Logistics has completed the project on demobilization of equipment and wheeled vehicles along the Sabetta - Novy Urengoy route.
Barrus Logistics and Key Point Logistics have entered into a cooperation agreement. Key Point Logistics has acquired the rights to use the Barrus trademark.
Barrus Projects delivers press equipment to Ruza, Russia for the Korean company SEO Joong Logistics.
Barrus Projects is taking an active part in the construction of the Amur Gas Processing Plant (AGPP) in Svobodniy, Amur Region, Russian Federation.
The delivery of VESTAS nacelles from the manufacturer (Liebherr) in Dzerzhinsk to a specialised jetty for the construction of the Kamensko-Krasnosulinskaya and Gukovo Wind Farms has been successfully completed.
Barrus Projects in Kazakhstan is glad to present its services in equipment certification and industrial safety expertise in the Republic of Kazakhstan through their partner NIC BP, LLC, part of Barrus Group.
Barrus Projects has completed the delivery of an additional set of oversized equipment to the UzGTL job site in Uzbekistan.
Barrus Logistics now provides a full range of ship agency services in the port of Novorossiysk.
The complex of works on the transportation of the full volume of blades from Bangalore, India to the construction site of a wind farm in the Russian Federation has been successfully completed.
However, BIMCO states that while Chinese regulators updated part of its domestic emission control area (DECA) regulations with effect from January 1, 2019, authorities have not yet placed a full ban on open-loop scrubbers.
In order to support the regional oil and gas sector, Sarens has opened a crane depot in Tyumen, Russia.
Rosatom has been appointed as Russia’s management authority for the Northern Sea Route (NSR).
Technip has awarded Jumbo a contract for the transportation and installation of a 410-tonne subsea production manifold for the Leviathan development, located off the coast of Israel.
Global warming is causing the melting of ice in the Arctic ocean, and areas previously difficult to navigate, are gradually opening up for shipping.