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Port du Havre welcomes new cranes

Port du Havre has welcomed four of the world’s largest latest-generation gantries to the GMP – PortSynergy-operated Terminal de France.

Port of Oakland sees 95% emissions reduction with hybrid cranes

The Port of Oakland’s largest marine terminal said it has cut diesel emissions from all 13 of its massive yard cranes by 95% after retrofitting them with hybrid electric engines. Terminal operator Stevedoring Services of America (SSA) estimates that the project will eliminate about 1,200 metric tons of GHG emissions annually from each crane.

Rotterdam World Gateway receives cranes to increase capacity

Rotterdam World Gateway recently welcomed two new deep-sea cranes, built by ZPMC in China. Specifically, the newest cranes, the largest of their kind are expected to be operational in the second half of 2020, while they will further advance and boost the terminal’s services and capacity.

Port of Savannah has the largest crane fleet in North America

Georgia Port Authority informed that Port of Savannah received three Neo-Panamax ship-to-shore cranes, increasing its total to 36. In fact, through this expansion, the port has the largest crane fleet as a single container terminal located in North America.