Norwegian company Norvest Sveis AS Odd Kare Stormyr has built itself a new workshop in Fannefjord near Molde and contracted Industribehov to supply two Abus overhead travelling cranes.

The crane parts were transported by ship from Germany. On arrival in Norway the parts were unloaded onto the Molde Havnerterminal quayside and assembled there with the aid of a mobile crane.

The cranes were then slung from a crane barge, shipped across the fjord, and lifted into place onto their prepared tracks. They could not be assembled on the actual site because of its inaccessibility.

The two EOTs, designed to handle steel constructions of up to 90t, have a safe working load (SWL) of respectively 64t and 32t and each has a span of 25m.