Cargotec Equipment to Norway

Monday, December 19, 2011

Cargotec supplies MacGregor floating terminals for water taxis to Norwegian municipalities and a hydraulically operated MacGregor vehicle shore ramp to Grenland Havn. The Norwegian municipalities of Vikna, Leka and Nærøy are jointly  procuring four MacGregor floating terminals for water taxis, each comprising a pontoon and shore walkway.  Passengers will be able to access a water taxi at all states of tide without needing to negotiate steps.  All of the terminals are due to be opened for service on 17th May 2012 Grenland Havn is upgrading the port in Langesund to accommodate the new vessels which are being built for Fjord Line service between Norway and Denmark. Cargotec has been assigned delivery of a hydraulically operated vehicle shore ramp, which is 27m wide by 14m long. Delivery is due at the beginning of August 2012. 

 

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