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PALFINGER MARINE sells complete offshore crane package to Aker Solutions for Mariner platform

Five offshore cranes in use at the Mariner platform, mainly operated by Statoil. 
Three travelling cranes and two foldable knuckle boom cranes offered as complete crane package. Comprehensive lifting solutions for the offshore industries provided from a single source

PALFINGER MARINEsold 3 travelling cranes and two foldable knuckle boom cranes to Aker Solutions for the use at the Mariner platform.

 

The Mariner platform will be established at the Mariner field, which is located on the East Shetland Platform of the UK North Sea. The main operator of the field is Statoil. Production is expected to commence in 2017. The platform will convey an average of 55,000 barrels of oil per day. 

 

To read the full press release, please visit Palfinger Marine here.

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