For almost 3 weeks, the Boa Sub C was at Theodore Industrial Port for base of operations work. Vessels can easily uses our facility to store and mobilize or demobilize specific project equipment to and from their Gulf of Mexico projects, as well as abroad. On this particular project, Theodore Industrial Port helped with a large amount of load out and dockside services with the use of our crane and forklift.
Our superior service, proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, and true understanding of the industry allow us to provide a professional, competitive and strategic logistical advantage to our clients. Our ideal location provides substantial savings to the customer when mobilizing for an offshore job. Contact us today to find out more information!
On Friday, Theodore Industrial Port will assemble and load 327 buoyancy modules to barge to be shipped to Technip. The cargo was moved from shore at Theodore Industrial Port by crane, and placed on barge to be secured for travel. Upon arrival, Technip will prepare the modules for shipment via vessel to their final destination.
Traditionally, buoyancy modules are used in water depths greater than 20 meters. To reduce the amount of tension required to maintain stability of the drilling riser, buoyancy modules are added to the riser joints to make them close to neutrally buoyant when submerged.
Theodore Industrial Port has introduced a new Manitowoc 18000 with maxer to its line of heavy lift cranes. The addition of this crane will give TIP the ability to handle lifts in excess of 750 tons therefore giving Theodore Industrial Port an appreciative advantage over any other port in the Mobile area when it comes to the heavy lift and storage arena.