Port du Havre has welcomed four of the world’s largest latest-generation gantries to the GMP – PortSynergy-operated Terminal de France.
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.
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.
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has inked an agreement for the supply of two eco-efficient mobile harbor cranes for its terminal at the Port of Savannah. After handover in July 2020, the cranes are expected to improve the terminal’s flexibility in handling containers and general cargo.
The Port of Cork has taken delivery of two Liebherr post-panamax size ship-to-shore (STS) container gantry cranes at the Cork Container Terminal (CCT) in the Republic of Ireland. The assembly process has commenced on site and is due to be completed in the following weeks.
The Global Ports Group will renew and upgrade the handling equipment at its terminal network in the North-West and the Russian Far East, in order to increase the effectiveness of its cargo handling capabilities.
Hutchison Ports will operate two brand new super-post-Panamax cranes at the container terminal at the Stockholm Norvik Port. The container cranes started their journey from Shanghai on 10th January and will arrive for installation at the new port at the end of March.
According to a recent statement, all operations have now resumed at the Port of Antwerp, after the collapse of a crane at the DP World Antwerpen’s quay earlier this week. According to the Port of Antwerp, the shipping situation went back to normal on Tuesday, December 10, adding that all operations on the Scheldt and the terminals had been resumed.
Terminal operator of Port Hamburg acquired three new container gantry cranes in the Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB), boosting its existent capacity to be able to accommodate mega boxships, with a cargo volume surpassing the 23,000 TEUs.
APM Terminals Barcelona announced a new milestone registering a total of 5,394 movements during one port call, on the container ship ‘Millau Bridge’. This is the highest level of activity registered on a ship in the Catalan terminal since 2017.
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