Results for: Case Studies
21st February 2019
15th March 2018
Williams Shipping cargo handling and transport teams worked together to get a footbridge safely up to Chichester to be installed. There was insufficient space for the bridge to be assembled either at the manufacturing site or at its final destination in Chichester. The client made use of yard space, equipment and expertise to assemble the […]
1st February 2018
Team work ensured the safe delivery of 2 sections of a passenger airbridge when it was transported through the Western docks at the Port of Southampton. The operation involved King Lifting providing & operating the cranes, Teahan Convoi Services providing the escort service, 2 of our trucks with extending power steered flat-bed trailers to transport […]
14th August 2017
We worked for an engineering company helping them to move some enormous 26 metre steel beams to the new development being built in White City. The beams were loaded in our yard in Southampton using our Hyster Reach Stacker and then taken up to London. This a huge redevelopment of White City, where the […]
24th April 2017
Working closely with Mainstay Marine, our marine team provided towage for the new Floating Bridge 6 from Pembroke Dock to East Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
12th November 2016
Working closely with JT Mackley, we provided a small fleet of workboats and barges to support ongoing efforts at the Shoreham Adur tidal walls scheme.
11th August 2016
Williams Transport Services worked closely with a leading marine contractor to provide logistical support for an ABB Azipod propulsion system at a dry dock in Falmouth, UK.
13th July 2016
Williams Transport Services, the official transport and logistics partner for Marwell’s Zany Zebras 2016, provided warehouse storage and transportation in aid of Marwell’s charity art project.
26th May 2016
Red Jet 6, the latest addition to the Red Funnel fleet, was revealed on Wednesday 25th May as part of a large marine logistics operation in the solent.
5th May 2016
Earlier this year, Williams Marine Services was involved in one of the most interesting marine logistics projects witnessed this year. A decommissioned Boeing 767 was transported by sea from Shannon Airport to Enniscrone, Co Sligo, to be used as part of a glamping village being developed by businessman David McGowan.