Abu Dhabi Ports announced the delivery of the first shipments of Automated Rail Mounted Gantry Crane (ARMG) STS to Khalifa Port.
Four ship-to-shore cranes at OICT, the busiest terminal at the Port of Oakland, are 27 feet taller following completion this week of a year-long, crane-raising project.
Just a day prior to the SC Ports Authority’s celebration of the beginning of Charleston Harbor Deepening Project construction, the Port welcomed two new STS cranes to further enhance handling of neo-Panamax vessels.
APM Terminals MedPort Tangier announces the arrival of three of the newest and largest STS cranes in the world, designed to handle vessels carrying 22,000 or more containers, now plying the Asia/Europe trade lane.
The first group of three, of a total of 12 advanced remote-controlled STS cranes, has departed China for delivery on February 15th to the new APM Terminals MedPort Tangier, Morocco terminal.
HHL Valparaiso is the first vessel to sail open hatch through the Northern Sea Route as it delivers two giant STS cranes from the European to the Far East region of Russia.
The first of ten STS cranes at the APM Terminals Los Angeles Pier 400 facility was raised 33 feet, making it the tallest port crane in North America.
Three STS cranes, which in May had arrived dismantled by sea for the second berth of DCT Gdansk terminal, were erected and the process of transporting them to the crane rails began a few days ago, now, all three of them are positioned on the crane rails.
APM Terminals has signed a contract for the enlargement of 10 STS cranes, including the raising of the overall height, and extension of the crane boom,to accommodate Ultra-Large Container Ships (ULCS) of up to 20,000 TEU capacity.