Fiji Port Terminal handles with Konecranes

Since 2006 Fiji Port Terminal has been operating three Konecranes HMK 300 E Mobile Harbor Cranes, two at Suva and one at Lautoka, where they handle containers and general cargo.“Reliable Mobile Harbor Cranes support and minimize complexities in port structures, as well as providing high levels of flexibility in handling of any kind of cargo,” …

The Port of Grenaa goes for emission-free handling with Liebherr

The port of Grenaa, one of Denmark's largest commercial and industrial ports, has decided to upgrade its equipment and increase its performance with the purchase of a Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbour crane, which is by far the most frequently sold model in the LHM portfolio with more than 250 units delivered. In order to …

Konecranes wins order for two more mobile harbor cranes from ZHD Stevedores in the Netherlands

ZHD Stevedores (ZHD) ordered two eco-efficient Konecranes Gottwald Model 6 Mobile Harbor Cranes for their operations in the Netherlands - one for Dordrecht and one for Moerdijk. With delivery in February and commissioning by the end of March 2021, the cranes will handle dry bulk, steel coils, breakbulk and containers. Established in 1968, ZHD Stevedores …

First assembly carried out using Liebherr’s Remote Service App

The LHM 420 is the first mobile harbour crane ever to be fully assembled with the aid of Liebherr’s new Remote Service tool. The crane was delivered to Euroamérica S.A. in Campana, as the first of this type delivered to Argentina, fully disassembled and due for handover in June 2020 but due to the current …

Liebherr mobile harbour cranes load first containers of the New Silk Road

After a 10,000 km journey from the Chinese city Xi’an, the first containers of the New Silk Road have been loaded in the port of Rostock. They were transferred from ship to rail by EUROPORTS Germany using their recently acquired Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbour cranes. The terminal operator plans to expand Rostock into a …

Liebherr delivers to Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth Container Terminal (PECT) has taken a delivery of two new Liebherr mobile harbour cranes type LHM 600. The two cranes were transported from Rostock, Germany to South Africa. After a 20-day journey, they were unloaded from the transport vessel “Happy Dragon”. Transnet Port Terminal’s Acting Chief Executive, Michelle Phillips said, “Having lost an …