Crane spreader company Bromma has seen both its sales and order intake grow during the first six months of this year in comparison to the same time in 2017.
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) spreader parts are more durable than market alternatives, a new study has found.
Bromma has received an order for 13 YSX40E all electric spreaders from the Port of Felixstowe which will replace ageing equipment and help clean up operations.
Bromma has received a major order consisting of 36 all-electric YSX45E spreaders from Kuenz which will equip automated stacking cranes at APMT’s new Tangier-Med 2 container terminal.
Bromma has won a major order of 91 spreaders from Konecranes for their Port of Virginia deliveries.
Sales for Sweden-based spreader manufacturer Bromma grew by 13% in the third quarter of 2016 compared with sales in the previous year, revealed the company’s July to October order intake.
Mika Virtanen has been appointed president of Sweden-based spreader manufacturer Bromma, effective September 1, 2016.
Bromma’s new president is keen to bring a “fresh perspective” to the Swedish spreader manufacturer’s business.
The Port of Felistowe has selected spreader manufacturing giant, Bromma, to supply spreader twistlock based weighing systems in preparation for new SOLAS regulations that require shippers to obtain the verified gross mass (VGM) of packed containers in advance of ship stow planning.
Dave and Iain MacIntyre look at the container handling options available to both large and small ports
Crane spreader expert Bromma and the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) say they have achieved a world first by integrating the first ever automated lashing platform for twistlock removal at a terminal.
Peter McLean has been appointed the new president of spreader manufacturer Bromma, effective from June 1, 2016.
Sales for Swedish crane spreader specialist, Bromma, grew by 12% in 2015 helping the company to maintain its high market share with particular success in the North American market.
Spreader specialist Bromma has developed green specification guidelines to aid port planners.
Bromma is to supply APM Terminals 34 Marathon YSX45E electric spreaders for the new automated container terminal under development on the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth, Va.
Bromma is readying availability of its new Tandem Quattro spreader. Tandem Quattro can handle four 20' containers. Available lift options include one 40' container; one 45' container; two 40' containers; two 45' containers; two 20' containers; or four 20' containers. Tandem Quattro Spreader weight is 24 tonnes.
Bromma has won the single largest spreader order in its history - from Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction for 59 Bromma Marathon YTR45 twin-lift spreaders to be mounted under Doosan cranes headed to Pusan Newport Company (PNC). Also included in the contract is an order for two Bromma HSM6 Overheights and 2 EH9 rotators. The order follows an earlier one this year, from the same operator for 24 STS45 separating twin-lift ship-toshore spreaders fitted onto ZPMC STS cranes.
Bromma has received orders for eight electric yard crane spreaders - 7x45' to Northport, Malaysia, and 1x40' to Rhenania, Germany.
Bromma has received an order for a total of 30 yard spreaders for delivery to Shenzhen Haixing Harbour Development. The order consists of 27 single lift YSX45E and 3 twin-lift YTS45E spreaders.
Bromma has been selected to deliver the spreaders for the automatic stacking cranes to be commissioned at Khalifa Port Container Terminal in Abu Dhabi later this year. A total of 60 all-electric, YSX45E single-lift spreaders will be delivered for the expansion of the existing terminal.
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