The two largest steel beams in the world

Cimolai builds the two largest steel beams in the world

They will be installed on the Pioneering Spirit ship as part of the oil rig and pipeline lifting system.

The longest steel beams in the world are made in Italy. Cimolai Spa, a leading international company in the design, supply and assembly of complex steel structures, has in fact created for Allseas one of the major international companies in the offshore field two steel beams 170 meters long each, unique in their complexity.

The two JLS beams, each weighing 6,500 tons, were loaded onto Allseas’ Iron Lady barge, and shipped to Rotterdam, where they will be installed on the Pioneering Spirit vessel.

It is an avant-garde project of considerable complexity, both for its size and for the material used (steel with grade S690). Furthermore, as the two beams are integral parts of a complex system, very high attention and precision was required in compliance with construction tolerances. The project is completed by electrical, hydraulic, instrumental outfitting systems and the management of the ballast tanks, which allow their rotation.

The Pioneering Spirit is the largest construction vessel in the world, designed for the installation and removal of oil and gas platforms and pipelines of exceptional size.

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Top level ergonomics, comfort, safety and infotainment combine to guarantee an excellent working environment, which maximizes productivity in all missions. The new range has a choice of three cabs: HI-WAY, HI-ROAD and HI-STREET.

Iveco Performer provides a perfect combination for any challenging on road mission, combining strength, reliability and maximum comfort, because It’s strong and reliable and when the going gets tough, a performer always deliver”.

– General cargo with 2 or 3 axle semitrailer
– Container transport
– Water and fuel tankers up to 50.000 liters
– Flatbed for machinery transport
– Cement transport semitrailer

it is the ideal vehicle for those who tackle the most demanding missions in the most extreme conditions.

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IVECO Nigeria

The world’s highest dam

“Rogun, in Tajikistan (the world’s highest dam)”
Prior situation
The construction of the dam involves the diversion of the Vakhsh River, which will be diverted into two tunnels built underground, in order to dry the foundations of the dam. This is a very complex operation which, due to the water flow of the river, can only be completed in the winter months, when the mountains are covered with snow and the water level is reduced.
The commitment of Webuild, new name of Salini Impregilo, in the construction of infrastructures and major works all over the world for a sustainable future:


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The walls of Siena

Siena, located in the heart of Tuscany and surrounded by hills, is one of the most beautiful medieval cities in Italy.
The fulcrum of the city is the famous Piazza del Campo, with its particular shell shape, where the famous Palio is held, one of the most important events for all Sienese people.

The walls of Siena that we see today were not built in a single solution but are the result of a long process of modification and growth that began well before the Early Middle Ages and ended in the mid-16th century. This increase has followed the urban evolution of the city which from the primitive village of Castelvecchio has expanded through the aggregation of neighboring villages following the particular orography of the territory.

The aggregation of villages was the prevalent phenomenon that occurred in the early Middle Ages and involved the first wall circuits: it led to the delineation of a form of city on a ridge: the city at the top in correspondence with the ridge, the walls a short distance on the first crags of the slope; the expansion of some areas of the city (to include wetlands with the presence of sources) was the phenomenon that occurred starting from the fourteenth century and mostly affected the circle visible today and those immediately preceding it.

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Autobianchi Bianchina

On September 16, 1957, the Autobianchi Bianchina was presented at the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan. Also known as Trasformabile or with the design code 110B, the Autobianchi Bianchina was 299 cm long, 134 cm wide and 113 cm high, while the wheelbase amounted to just 184 cm. Higher not only than the Fiat 500 from which it derived, but also compared to the Fiat 600.

The Bianchina ‘Trasformabile’ was warmly welcomed on the market, as it was assembled – and sold – about 11,000 units in the first year of production alone.

The Bianchina Cabriolet made its debut on the international stage of the Geneva Motor Show, showing off the integral canvas top, the two-seater passenger compartment and the 22 HP 500 engine that allowed it to reach a top speed of 105 km / h.

The Bianchina Panoramica, on the other hand, had the bodywork of a family car and shared the ‘sole’ 19 HP 500 engine with the Fiat 500 Giardiniera. Among the specific features were the two-tone paint, the wheelbase wider than ten centimeters, the passenger compartment with four seats, the sunroof and the tailgate, the latter designed for maximum practicality.

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Lamborghini URUS (2021)

Lamborghini Urus is the first Super Sport Utility Vehicle in the world to merge the soul of a super sports car with the functionality of an SUV. Powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine producing 650 CV and 850 Nm of torque, Urus accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 3.6 seconds and reaches a top speed of 190 mph. The design, performance, driving dynamics and driving emotion flow effortlessly into this visionary approach to Lamborghini DNA.


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Magirus is an international authority on fire fighting and emergency vehicles.

Founded by German fire chief Conrad Dietrich Magirus in 1864, the brand has nearly 150 years of expertise in manufacturing vehicles that provide relief in the case of fire threat, hazard and natural disaster. As the inventor of the turntable ladder, a device present on all major firefighting trucks, Magirus places great importance on the development of new technologies that allow fire fighters to carry out their tasks safely and efficiently.

Magirus in the CNH Industrial Group

CNH Industrial was created in 2013 from Fiat Industrial and CNH Global. It is among the world’s largest companies in the investment goods sector. Members of the Group include renowned manufacturers such as CaseIH, Steyr and New Holland (products for the agriculture and construction industries), Iveco (trucks, special vehicles and buses) and FPT Industrial (engines, transmissions and axles).

CNH Industrial includes 12 brands, 67 factories, 56 research and development centres and more than 63,000 employees. It is represented in 180 countries. 


The size of the Group and the diversity of its product range is a key factor in its competitive strength. For Magirus being embedded in the Group means being able to rely on a worldwide network of engineers as well as on technologies developed Group-wide and having access to particular synergies.


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The dream of every driver or motorist is to be able not to spend a single penny and to travel non-stop everywhere. The car manufacturer IVECO has put chassis models on the market that eliminate a need for mobile transport at its root: refueling.

The IVECO Daily Electric has unveiled all the peculiar characteristics of the first solar-powered house on four wheels, an absolute novelty for the motor industry.

The vehicle has solar panels installed on the roof and sides for a total of about 100 square meters of thin solar film, capable of transforming and harnessing more than 3000 watts of energy.

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It was a large ocean liner with an avant-garde line and technical conception for the period in which it was designed, particularly designed for trafficking with South America and luxury cruises. Originally divided into three classes, with wide interchangeability of seats, it could accommodate 1636 passengers at its entry into service.

Remarkably, compared to all the units entered into service until then, the EUGENIO C was distinguished by the arrangement of the engine system in the aft area, with two paired smokestacks, with an aerodynamic and original shape, designed to minimize the annoyance of the relapse on the bridges of the products of combustion.

The hull, 217.4 meters long overall, followed the line started by the C.R.D.A. on the GALILEI types and confirmed on the prestigious OCEANIC, with clipper bow and very slender stern of the cruiser type with a box below the waterline designed to reduce the stern wave and therefore a better performance of the hull, continuous, aerodynamic and harmonious superstructures in the forward part and sloping aft of the two funnels High-class furnishings, air conditioning system extended to all rooms of the ship, large lounges, bright verandas, three beaches with outdoor swimming pools and large promenades and spaces for outdoor games , two “Denny-Brown” stabilizer systems and all the most modern technical devices, made this ship comfortable and safe and made it one of the most beautiful in the world.

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Over 300 different vehicles variants designed

ASTRA has designed, produced, promoted and sold thousands of specialized vehicles to suit customers demands and applications all around the world.


Over 300 different vehicles variants designed and produced specifically to operate in extreme temperature between –50 to +50 decrees Celsius.



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