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BigRoll to continue as part of Roll Group

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BigRoll will continue their high-quality services as part of Roll Group. With the merger of the BigRoll organisation, Roll Group will expand their state- of-the-art 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 unlimited flexibility and enables Roll Group to provide the best possible Ro-Ro solution 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 our 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 4000 t and two port-side mounted cranes each capable of lifting 350 t each. Within each category, these vessels are completely interchangeable, offering high-quality engineered solutions and an increased peace of mind to our clients.

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