Container Crane Russian Deliveries, Contracts, for Liebherr

Press Release
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Photo credit Liebherr Container Cranes Ltd.

Liebherr Container Cranes recently delivered 2 panamax STS cranes to Vladivostok & has orders from two other Russian ports.

The cranes delivered to the JSC Commercial port of Vladivostok have gone into operation at the port and join a pair of Liebherr RMG cranes in operation since 2011. The new cranes have an outreach of 38m, a back reach of 11m and have a span of 15.3m.

The 60t twinlift cranes have a spreader height over rail of 28m and all drives are Liebherr A.C. Both cranes feature remote diagnostics which can be accessed from the port or from the Liebherr Container Cranes service department in Ireland.

Meanwhile Liebherr has taken an order to deliver a second Post Panamax crane to JSC Nutep in Novorossiysk. This crane has an outreach of 46m, a backreach of 15m and a span of 15.24m with a S.W.L. of 50 tonnes under a single lift spreader. Remote diagnostics and crane to crane anti-collision systems will be supplied with the crane.

For St. Petersburg, Liebherr has signed a major contract with OJSC Petrolesport for the supply of 3 Panamax Ship to Shore cranes. The cranes have an outreach of 38.5m, a backreach of 15m, a span of 22.5 m and a S.W.L. of 50t with a single lift telescopic spreader. The spreader has a lift height of 28m over rail and can hoist at speeds of 60m/min to 140m/min and is capable of trolley speeds of 180m/min. The drives on the cranes are Liebherr A.C. and the cranes can gantry at 45m/min.

 

Maritime Reporter August 2014 Digital Edition
FREE Maritime Reporter Subscription
Latest Maritime News    rss feeds

Contracts

MNZ & AMSA Award McMurdo COSPAS-SARSAT Contract

McMurdo Group’s Techno-Sciences Inc. says it has been chosen by the Australia Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) to deploy their next-generation

Panama Canal Infrastructure to be Valued by VRC

Leading provider of independent valuations, Valuation Research Corporation (VRC) says it has been engaged by the Panama Canal Authority to value the locks, dams,

Box Ships on Slippery Containership Slope in Q2

"The reduced charters on the 'Box Queen', 'CMA CGM Marlin' and 'CMA CGM Kingfish' were the contributing factors to the 24% decline in our adjusted time charter revenues year over year,

Ports

Panama Canal Infrastructure to be Valued by VRC

Leading provider of independent valuations, Valuation Research Corporation (VRC) says it has been engaged by the Panama Canal Authority to value the locks, dams,

Five Port Projects Shortlisted for ESPO Award

Today, the projects of the ports of Huelva, Koper, Lisbon, Marseille and Rotterdam have been shortlisted for the sixth ESPO Award on Societal Integration of Ports.

Algeria in Talks to Export Crude to Venezuela

Algeria is in talks to export crude oil to fellow OPEC member Venezuela, Algerian Energy Minister Youcef Yousfi said on Tuesday, confirming a Reuters report. Last week,

Marine Equipment

Van Oord Orders Subsea Rock Installation Vessel

Van Oord has ordered a new subsea rock installation vessel. Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group Shanghai will build the vessel at its Ningbo yard in China. The vessel will be delivered in 2016.

Vard Orders Parat Electric Steam & Hot Water Boilers

During the last month, PARAT Halvorsen AS has collected four new boiler plant orders from the Vard Group and their multipurpose platform ships of Vard 1 08 design.

NavStation to Launch at SMM

Touch screen technology has transformed everyday life and now, thanks to Norwegian e-navigation specialist NAVTOR, it is set to revolutionize operations onboard busy vessel bridges.

Logistics

Shell CEO: US Should Export Oil, Embrace Global Markets

The head of energy company Royal Dutch Shell said on Tuesday that U.S. policymakers should lift the crude oil export ban because allowing the shipments would make global energy system more stable.

Evergreen Upgrades its Intra-Asia Service Network

Evergreen Line announced it will partner with Mariana Express in launching a joint South China- East Malaysia (SEM) Service. The new initiative will give a boost

Logistical Scenario Analysis for Hydrodynamic Applications

To calculate the operability of the whole logistics chain, rather than only individual operations, MARIN has developed the hydrodynamic scenario analysis program ScenSim.

 
 
Maritime Careers / Shipboard Positions Maritime Contracts Maritime Security Maritime Standards Naval Architecture Navigation Pipelines Port Authority Ship Repair Sonar
rss | archive | history | articles | privacy | terms and conditions | contributors | top maritime news | about us | copyright | maritime magazines
maritime security news | shipbuilding news | maritime industry | shipping news | maritime reporting | workboats news | ship design | maritime business

Time taken: 0.1587 sec (6 req/sec)