Bromma wins record Korean order

The YTR45 twin-lift: 59 for Korea The YTR45 twin-lift: 59 for Korea
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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.

Liebherr's technicians replaced the undercarriage with a 12.75 metre rail-span portal, whilst other crane parts were taken from the LHM concept.

PNC has also specified Bromma SCS2 spreader condition monitoring and diagnostics technology which offers over 400 specific, spreader-related diagnostic messages available on the display, over the crane fieldbus to the PLC, and optionally, via wireless technology. Bromma says SCS2 is also ideal for efficient spreader fleet management, as spreaders can be swapped on a "plug and play" basis beneath different cranes without any consideration of the interface in the crane.


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