April 24, 2002
Allied Announces Current and Upcoming Crane Projects
In March, 2002, Allied delivered four Model DT 20-30 (10-ton rated) diesel hydraulic box boom cranes to J. Ray McDermott in Jakarta, Indonesia. These cranes are being mounted on offshore platforms for the BP ONWJ Gas Field Development Project. These API-2C monogrammed offshore cranes will be used for auxiliary lifting.
Allied is also currently under contract to supply equipment for the following projects:
Two 75-Ton Rated, 100 ft. boom cranes (API-2C monogrammed) for the BP
"Kapok" and "Cassia B" unmanned gas platforms offshore
Trinidad. These units are due to be installed in 4th quarter, 2002.
Four 8,800 lb. capacity slewing, articulated Boat davits with
Constant-Tension winches for the new class of vessels for the Mexican Navy.
Five Additional Boat & Cargo cranes (API-2C monogrammed) for the
Navy's newest Amphibious Assault Vessel Program (LPD). These 22,000 lb.
rated knuckleboom cranes are slated for delivery over the next three years.
The vessels are currently under construction by the Bath/Avondale Alliance.
A 40-Ton rated, 80 ft. telescopic boom crane for Bechtel Corporation to
assist in nuclear plant outage service.
A 25-Ton rated, 70 ft. telescopic boom crane for Schlumberger (API-2C
monogrammed for offshore platform duty).
USCG SOLAS approved rescue boat davits for commercial users.
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