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Friday, November 24, 2017

BigRoll to Continue as Part of Roll Group

October 16, 2017

  • Photo: Roll Group
  • Photo: Roll Group
  • Photo: Roll Group Photo: Roll Group
  • Photo: Roll Group Photo: Roll Group

BigRoll will continue  services as part of Roll Group. With the merger of the BigRoll organization, Roll Group will expand its fleet with of two module carriers in combination with the five existing multifunctional heavy lift, semi-submersible Ro-Ro vessels.

The combination of BigRoll and RollDock allows for greater flexibility and enables Roll Group to provide improved Ro-Ro solutions to clients. Roll Group can benefit from the many years of engineering and project execution experience of RollDock and BigRoll at sea and Roll-Lift on land. Roll Group can offer full scope services to integrate engineered land and sea solutions, eliminating interface challenges for clients.

The MC-class vessels BigRoll Bering and BigRoll Beaufort are custom-built for the transportation of the world’s most extreme modules. The five RollDock vessels are flexible, multifunctional semi-submersible vessels equipped with a Ro-Ro ramp capable of carrying up to 4,000mt and two port-side mounted cranes each capable of lifting 350 mt each.
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