Bromma to supply Busan

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New berths and container areas are set to open, expanding on a first phase which was completed in 2002. In total, Pier 400 adds six new berths which cater for vessels up to and including 230,000dwt. APMT and engineers from the Port of Los Angeles adopted the Trellex design using the same fender elements throughout Pier 400, with two different panel types depending on the nature of the vessels using a particular berth. Trellex provided 68 fender systems for the first phase's 1,220 metres of berthing and 71 systems for the 1525 metre second phase.

Bromma has received its largest single order ever from South Korea - a contract from container crane OEM ZPMC for 24 STS45 separating ship-toshore twin-lift spreaders that will be delivered on ZPMC cranes to Busan Newport Company. In addition, four Bromma HSM6 overheights have been purchased. The specifications include condition monitoring and fault diagnostics, detection and height indication systems.

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