We are able to arrange CHT (waste, sewage, etc) and Greywater (normally water from showers, sinks, etc) services by truck or barge and either at pier or anchor upon ship’s arrival. We are able to arrange all necessary equipment, personnel and facilities to perform the services including pumps, hoses, and connections compatible with the ships being serviced. For larger amounts, we are able to propose an offload schedule. We accurately measure sewage removed from the ship. We provide suitable selffendering barges to prevent damage to the vessel and with suitable mooring lines to secure alongside the ship.
We are able to arrange Trash Removal services by truck or barge and either at pier or anchor upon ship’s arrival. We provide tugs & suitable self-fendering barges to prevent damage to the vessel. We are also able to arrange self-propelled trash removal barges.
We are able to arrange both shore and floating cranes. Shore cranes are typically limited to approximatley 300mt whereas floating cranes up to 700mt are readily available in main ports. We are able to mobilize both shore and floating cranes to smaller ports. Cranes up to about 1400mt are avaiable but are very limited. All cranes come with operators and a good selection of spreaders, gromets, etc.
Breasting barges are usually utilized to breast out water taxis when a ship is at anchor. Suitable fenders are arrange between barge and mother vessel and barge and water taxi. Mooring lines are also supplied. We will arrange mobilization and demobilization by way of tug boat.
Fendering barges provides additional separation between a large vessel, such as an aircraft carrier, and the pier. This allows the superstructure of the ship to remain a safe distance from the pier and various pierside obsticles. Fenedering barges are arranged in the same manner as breasting barges. Various sizes are available.
Landing barges are utilized when the ship goes to anchor. Suitable fendering to breast out from the pier will also be arranged. Brows are available.