July 16, 1985 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

FELS A nd Smit Combine Resources For Heavy Lifts

—Color Brochures Offered Asianlift, a specialized marine heavy-lift pool, has been formed by two widely experienced companies in this field—Far East Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. (FELS) and Smit International South East Asia Ptd.

Ltd. The Asianlift fleet currently comprises four heavy-lift floating sheerleg cranes. Two of the units are self-propelled, with lifting capacities up to 1,600 tons, capable of lifting to heights of 130 meters (426.5 feet).

Asianlift's experienced engineering staff can reliably identify and develop the optimum solution to any lifting or construction problem and high-lift engineering. It can also plan operations to insure fast, reliable execution with maximum safety, and provide supervision at every stage of the operation.

The new venture has direct access to FELS and Smit know-how and experience in heavy and high lifts, rig supply services, offshore maintenance, underwater services, heavylift barge transportation, salvage and wreck removal, worldwide towage, cable laying, marine engineering and installation and inspection of offshore projects, building of offshore construction vessels, drilling rigs, and accommodation/support vessels; and offshore fabrication and repair.

For further information and free brochures giving specifications on cranes that each company operates, Circle 88 on Reader Service Card

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