ISO Tank Containers Equipped for Hook Lifting

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Friday, May 31, 2013
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Langh Ship Cargo Solutions has extended its offering to include tank containers equipped for hook lifting.

“Often the on-carriage of tank containers meant for transportation by sea is quite expensive on land, as the need for special lifting equipment makes the handling of the containers difficult,” said Product Manager Markku Yli-Kahri.

Just like the company’s other containers, Langh Ship Cargo Solutions’ tank container equipped for hook lifting has been developed to improve efficiency and save on costs. Yli-Kahri explained, “In addition to the hooks, these containers are tailor made by us in order to ensure that the operations of each customer are as effortless as possible.”

Langh Ship Cargo Solutions’ range of containers has recently received a new addition in the form of standard 20’ sea containers equipped for hook lifting.

www.langh.fi/cargosolutions/en
 

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