Turkish port in remote-control crane first

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New remote-control cranes at DP World Yarimca are helping the Turkish port improve safety and reduce accidents

DP World Yarimca has reportedly become the first port in Türkiye to integrate remote-controlled electrified cranes in its operations.

The move is part of the terminal’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ safety project which the port says has yielded a significant reduction in workplace accidents, halving lost time incidents since 2018.

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