A new joint taskforce will explore opportunities and turnkey automation solutions.
America’s Port Houston has taken delivery of three new super post-panamax cranes to equip itself for further growth.
10 ship-to-shore cranes have been supplied with LED illumination which increases lifespan, decreases maintenance costs and significantly reduce energy consumption.
Three new cranes ordered by Ports of Auckland (POAL) will be able to carry up to four containers at once.
As part of its ongoing infrastructure investment plan, North Carolina Ports has ordered two new panamax ship-to-shore cranes, with an option to purchase two more from Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co, (ZPMC).
APM Terminals is to enlarge ten STS cranes at Pier 400 in Los Angeles which will them the tallest in service at any US port.
The first six out of a total of 32 transtainer cranes have been landed at the Port of Algeciras Bay.
London Thamesport has ordered its eighth ship-to-shore gantry crane from ZPMC. Due to be delivered in April 2010, the ultra post-panamax crane has an outreach of 62.5 metres and can handle ships with containers stowed 22-wide on deck.
Abu Dhabi Ports Company has awarded ZPMC a AED193m (US$52.4m) contract for six super post-panamax ship-to-shore container cranes for Khalifa Port.
ICTSI subsidiary Adriatic Gate Container Terminal in has committed to buy two post-panamax quay cranes, eight rubber-tyred gantries and rail mounted gantries from Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
Singapore Technologies Kinetics and ZPMC have been contracted by PSA to develop two automated guided vehicle prototypes incorporating hybrid technology to provide a transport link between quay and stacking yard at the company's Singapore facility.
DP World has signed agreements with Trans Gulf Port Cranes and ZPMC for the supply of 19 ship-to-shore quay cranes and 50 rail mounted gantry cranes for its 4m teu Terminal 3 development at Jebel Ali.
Global engineering group, Cavotec, has secured three orders for its motorised cable reel technologies from port equipment manufacturer, Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co Ltd (ZPMC), and Abu Dhabi based crane manufacturer, Trans Gulf Port Cranes (TGPC).
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Shanghai-based Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co (ZPMC) is to supply state-of-the-art ‘mega’ container cranes for Peel Ports Group as part of its £300m investment programme in its new Liverpool2 development.
Turkish port operator Kumport’s eight Kalmar diesel powered rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) have been converted to e-RTGs by a joint team from Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co. Ltd (ZPMC) and ZPMC Mediterranean Turkey.
A heavy-lift vessel belonging to Chinese state-owned ZPMC is reported to have been chartered by the Taiwanese government to transport construction materials to a $100m new port that it is building on the island of Tai Ping (also known as Itu Aba) in the South China Sea.
Itay’s PSA Voltri Prà terminal has ordered four gooseneck cranes from ZPMC to be delivered by the end of 2016.
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