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Roll Group adds two wide deck carriers to its fleet

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The heavy transportation company, Roll Group, will be adding two vessels from the global logistics company, KMC Line, commencing in 2H25. The vessels will be renamed Bigroll KMC Beaumont and Bigroll KMC Busan. The collaboration stems from a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed in June 2023.

Roll Group adds two wide deck carriers to its fleet

With the addition of the two wide deck carriers, Roll Group will have the possibility to offer a larger fleet of 10 heavy transport project vessels. The enlarged fleet should allow better scheduling, reduce risk, and provide higher flexibility for its clients.

Roll Group CEO, Peter Rondhuis, has stated: “Roll Group is delighted to expand its fleet with two vessels. This expansion is crucial to meeting increased demand from our clients and realising the company’s growth ambitions. We are grateful to KMC Line for making this expansion possible.” The CEO emphasised Roll Group's eagerness to foster the further growth of the fleet, including partnerships with fleet owners to facilitate clients' demands. Roll Group has steadily grown to keep up with the global demand for integrated project solutions for transport on land and sea.

KMC Line, founded in 1989 and based in Korea, has specialised in steel shipping, bulk carriers, heavy cargo shipping industries, and agency work. The company has operated primarily in Asia, Australia, and the Americas.

Roll Group, established in 2006, is a global heavy transportation provider engaged in specialised projects on both land and sea. With regional head offices in the Netherlands, Singapore, the US, and Abu Dhabi, the company's fleet includes ships, land transport via SPMT, trucks and cranes, and specialised lifting capability up to 4000 t. Coupled with its unique engineering capabilities, Roll Group has offered clients a comprehensive integrated heavy transport solution.

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