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Floating Crane BHV Athlet

The floating crane can lift, transport by water and precisely place loads weighing up to 100 tons.

Primarily between Bremen and Bremerhaven, the crane can be deployed along the Weser and could – more flexibly than any land-based crane – transload any kind of heavylift cargo or high and heavy cargo. Thanks to it being operable from the water, landside berths are not required.

The lifted cargo can be deposited on the onboard loading area for longer journeys and can be deposited securely at the desired location.

Data Sheet Floating Crane "BHV ATHLET" (PDF-Download)

Floating Crane SK 1

The floating crane can lift, transport by water and precisely place loads weighing up to 150 tons.

Primarily using assisting tugboats, this floating crane can also be used in the Fischereihafen Bremerhaven along the Weser River. More flexibly than a land-based crane, it can transship any kind of high and heavy cargo. Thanks to it being operable from the water, landside berths are not required.

The lifted cargo can be deposited on the onboard loading area for longer journeys and can be deposited securely at the desired location.

Data Sheet Floating Crane "SK 1" (PDF Download)

Multi-Purpose Vessel BHV Supplier

BHV SUPPLIER is specially designed to carry bulky cargoes. Swinging masts allow the loading surfaces to be freely craned. Two heavylift ramps which can carry up to 40 tons are available.

The load capacity is mounted. Additionally, the ship has two hydraulic anchor piles of 22 meters length with four winch systems. The rear has a crane which can lift 4 tons and is extensible to 10 meters.

The ship is propelled by four Schottel propellers, which permits very accurate positioning.

Data Sheet Multi-Purpose Ship "BHV Supplier" (PDF Download)

Heavylift barge Offshore BHV 1

This modern heavylift barge with 17 ballast tanks is, in particular, suitable for transporting foundation structure and large components of offshore wind energy installations.

It has a smooth main deck with an integrated rail system as well as a special coupling system for docking against the pier. This means that loading and discharging is possible using electro-hydraulic rail-driven vehicles.

Beyond this, loading large components is also possible using Self-Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMTs) and cranes. To permit swift seafastening, the barge has a system for heavylift cargo lashing fasteners which is integrated into its deck. The barge has two redundant electro-diesel generators which, independent of each other, can power the ballasting pumps.

Data Sheet Heavylift Barge "Offshore Bhv 1" (PDF Download)