Turnkey in Tight Quarters: Split Trailers Reduce Height with Inches to Spare
Deep South recently released a new video highlighting a project solving many complex challenges, including coordinating international shipping from Spain to the client’s site, transloading the drums to a deck barge at the port, and barging them to the client’s site, constructing a new custom earthen ramp, and executing the roll off operation.
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Safety Source: Surviving the Summer Heat by the National Safety Council
Looking for a safety topic to begin your upcoming meeting? Read on for helpful information from the National Safety Council regarding heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and other ways to keep each other safe.
Equipment Spotlight: 52-ton Scheuerle Split Trailers
When dimensional restrictions along a route limit the transportation of oversized cargo, Deep South's 52-ton Scheuerle SPMT-SL (Split) Trailers can reduce the overall transport height while minimizing transport width. This system, when combined with our in-house fabrication capabilities, can reduce transport heights to within inches of the total load height.
Deep South Named Houston Safety Excellence Finalist; Top Recognition 5 Years Running
Deep South Crane & Rigging is proud to announce we were selected as a finalist for the Houston Business Roundtable’s 33rd Annual Houston Safety Excellence Award in Crane & Rigging Support.
You Lift Us All - A Tribute to Essential Workers
In times of great challenge, real heroes never fail to go above and beyond. On behalf of the entire Deep South Crane team, we salute every healthcare professional, first responder and essential worker putting themselves at risk to care for the sick and keep us safe.
Wheeled Wonders - American Cranes & Transport Feature
In St. Charles Parish, LA, Deep South Crane & Rigging completed a huge vessel transport project in support of a major refinery upgrade. Key in the effort was to permit and transport five vessels from the Port of New Orleans to a St. Charles Refinery between July and December 2019.
Cantilever Beam Approach Helps Ease Exchangers Into Place
Deep South used a cantilever beam, which incorporates a compact counterweight design with customizable rigging attachment points, to move eight 118,000-pound exchangers into position under an existing steel structure at a refinery optimization project in the Southwest.