There’ s mounting demand for quayside upgrade projects as ports tussle to accommodate larger ships and swelling volumes, as Alex Hughes finds out
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ThyssenKrupp Fordertechnik's inexorable push into the Chinese market for coal port handling equipment is refusing to run out of steam.
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