Team Will Install Cruise Boarding Bridges

(Press Release)
Friday, March 02, 2012

Barcelona - Team Ports & Maritime, an ADELTE Group Company, will install two state-of-the-art Passenger Boarding Bridges at the new cruise terminal in Cape Canaveral to welcome on board the passengers of the new mega cruises, beginning in July 2012.
The Canaveral Port Authority is building a new cruise terminal, which will be equipped with two of TEAM’s Passenger Boarding Bridges. The main challenge in this project is the short period of time in which the PBBs need to be supplied. The PBBs have to be on service by this July, 2012.
The challenge is achievable because of Team’s organizational system with a comprehensive follow up of each and every process during the project, as well as the implementation of innovative logistics solutions, involving the transport of fully-assembled units from Barcelona to Port Canaveral.
 

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