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The first two massive cable saddles for the Tsing Ma Bridge are on their way from Davy International's Sheffield works to Hong Kong. The saddles, weighing 500 tonnes each, are being shipped in 12 pieces. Their final resting place will be 190 m above ground on top of the tower on Tsing Yi Island.Meanwhile, haulier Curtis has won its biggest contract, worth almost £4 million, to ship the centre span for Hong Kong's Lantau fixed crossing. It involves shipping 32 sections, weighing up to 1,600 tonnes, from a fabrication yard at Sha Tin on mainland China, down the Pearl River to the site. CONSTRUCTION NEWS