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Six Terex RTGs for Egypt

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

March 23, 2016

  • Signing the contract for six Terex RTGs to be operated in two terminals in Alexandria Photo TPS
  • TPS will supply six Terex rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTG) to Egypt Photo TPS
  • Signing the contract for six Terex RTGs to be operated in two terminals in Alexandria Photo TPS Signing the contract for six Terex RTGs to be operated in two terminals in Alexandria Photo TPS
  • TPS will supply six Terex rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTG) to Egypt Photo TPS TPS will supply six Terex rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTG) to Egypt Photo TPS

Terex Port Solutions (TPS) received an order for six diesel-electric Terex rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTG) from Alexandria Container and Cargo Handling Co. (ACCHCO), Egypt. The machines will be operated inthe Alexandria Container Terminal and the El-Dekheila Container Terminal ofthe country’s main port, Port of Alexandria. When the cranes are commissioned in November 2016,they will join the more than 20 Terex RTG’s already in operation in Egypt.

Cranes from TPS will contribute to sustainable growth
All six RTG cranes will be manufactured at the TPS facility in Xiamen, PR China.Maurizio Altieri, General Manager of this TPS facility, is delighted with the recognition received from ACCHCO:

“We are honoured by the trust that this important port operator haslaid in our technology. ACCHCO is Egypt’s leading container handling company, and the fact that we will contribute to their two terminals’ sustainable growth, is an endorsement of our product and service portfolio.”

Reliable technology is important to Egypt
Terex RTGs have been operating in the Port of Alexandria since 2003. They are part of an infrastructure with huge impact, explained Ashraf Salman, Minister of Investment of Egypt: “More than 60% of Egypt’s foreign trade is handled through the Port of Alexandria. It is thereforecrucial for our country’s economy that the fleet is based on the most reliable technology, such as the RTG cranes from TPS.” Admiral AlaaEldinMa’mounNada,Chairman and CEO ofACCHCO, pointed out: “Terex RTGs have the reputation of being highly productiveand offering competitive total cost of ownership. This is why wehave nowopted for this technology. With the six cranes we will significantly enhance the efficiency of our operations.”

Three new machines per terminal to stack 1-over-5 containers
Each of ACCHCO’s two terminals will receive three RTGs. All machines are equipped with eight wheels, provide a maximum lifting capacity of 40 t under spreader and can stack standard containers 1-over-5with a hoisting height of 18.1 m.With a span of 22.5 m, the three cranes for the Alexandria Container Terminal cover six container rows and a lane for terminal trucks. The El Dekheila Container Terminal will receive one machine with the same span and two cranes with 26.5 m span that cover sevencontainer rows and a trucklane. All new machines offer up to 45 m/min hoisting speed, a maximum gantry speed of 130 m/min and a trolley speed of up to 60 m/min.

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