In the final part of my series of blogs on the CVF Project, I would like to look at some of the challenges associated with the Project Management. The Project Management scope for the project was comprehensive and covered the technical work, contract management, chartering management and operational management. With around 86,000 tonnes of cargo (around 45 shipments) spread over 5 build yards around the UK, one or all of the above could be on-going at any one time. Whilst we were authoring and delivering operational and technical packages to agreed deadlines, we were also sourcing and negotiating tugs for …
We are pleased to announce that Malin Group will feature this week on Mega Shippers. You can catch the documentary on Quest on Tuesday 30th August.
This week’s article looks at the Faucet Snail – a freshwater species native to Europe. The species was first recorded outside of its native habitat, in the Great Lakes, in the 1870’s.
This weeks post looks at the delivery of the S.S. Don Alberto in 1928. The cargo vessel was delivered from the shipbuilders, Smiths Dock Company Ltd, to Valparaiso where her new owners – The Pacific Steam Navigation Company – awaited her arrival.
This weeks archive looks at the delivery of the HMS Plantagenet in 1939. Henry Abram Limited was called upon by Lobnitz & Co Limited to transport the HMS Plantagenet from the West Yard to her new owners in Rosyth.
100 years’ worth of archived projects makes for some interesting reading. Today’s world of almost instantaneous marine communications would be unrecognizable to our ship delivery team in the early 1900s. In November 1927, the British Empire still in full swing, Henry Abrams & Sons were contracted to deliver a triple expansion steamer vessel – the SS Parvati – to Bombay from the Grangemouth Dockyard.
This week Keith Lonsdale, one of Malin Marine Consultants experienced Naval Architects, discusses why is it essential to always define scope and set limits of demarcation.
Malin Marine Consultants discuss critical cargo transportation with the International Underwriting Association.
Malin Group is looking forward to a fantastic day at Breakbulk 2016 and to welcoming everyone to our stand at 516H2 to enjoy some Scottish treats and have a chat about all things heavy transportation…
Today’s video is a whistle stop summary of Malin Groups involvement in the QEC Aircraft Carrier Transport project.
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