Modularized Projects

COSCO SHIPPING Heavy Transport offers a diverse fleet of semi-submersible vessels with various deck sizes to accommodate a wide range of heavy and oversized modules and equipment.  The versatile vessel design, which includes removable stern stability casings, allows for multiple loading and discharge methods including Lift on/off, Roll on/off and Skid on/off via the stern, port and/or starboard sides.

Since 2006, COSCO Heavy Transport has safely transported 250+ modules over 91 voyages working in step with the largest international EPCs and Oil & Gas Companies. From grillage design, fabrication and installation, safe loading and discharge of modularized cargoes, COSCO SHIPPING Heavy Transport offers our clients a total package solution to their specific project needs.


COSCO SHIPPING’s m/v Zhi Yuan Kou with the final TCO FGP-WP/MP project cargo offloaded at Hamina, Finland.   The TCO FGP-WP/MP project consisted of 63 voyages, totaling 196 pieces of cargo and a sailing distance of over 1million miles.


COSCO SHIPPING’s m/v Xiang Rui Kou delivers more TCO FGP-WP/MP project cargo to Burgas, Bulgaria.  COSCO SHIPPING’s Project Management Team spent 3 years working at the Fluor / TCO FGP-WP/MP office in Farnborough, U.K. to deliver the project safely and on schedule.


Optional Scopes of Work:  COSCO SHIPPING Heavy Transport can offer our clients grillage design, fabrication and installation allowing the fabrication yards to concentrate their resources on the modules.

Alcan Gove Development 5Sattahip, ThailandGove, AustraliaNov 2006 - Feb 2007
Foster Wheeler North West4Batam, IndonesiaDampier, AustraliaNov 2006 - Mar 2007
KBR-EGTL Chevron11. St. Nazire, France
2. Taranto, Italy
3. Porto Marghera, Italy
Escavos, NigeriaNov 2008 - April 2009
KBR-EGTL Chevron2Abu Dhabi, UAEEscavos, NigeriaApril 2009 - Sept 2009
Yamal LNG16
(53 modules)
Various ports in Asia and Zeebrugge, BelgiumSabetta, RussiaJuly 2015 - Aug 2017
(196 modules)
Okpo and Shinhan, Korea
Marina di Carrera, Italy
Hamina, Finland and Burgas, Bulgaria May 2018 - August 2020