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Konecranes going back to Massachusetts

Four more Konecranes RTGs are heading to Boston.

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Konecranes has announced that it will deliver four new RTGs to the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) in the USA in 2019.

 

The RTGs will be delivered to Conley Terminal in Boston, where Massport will operate a fleet of twelve Konecranes RTGs. The RTGS will be 16-wheel machines lifting 40-ton containers 1-over-5, at six container rows wide plus truck lane. They will be equipped with the Konecranes Active Load Control (ALC) system, which eliminates container sway. They will also be equipped with the Auto-steering feature.

 

“Massport is a long-term customer and I’m pleased to receive this further vote of confidence in our technology,” Jussi Suhonen, Sales Director Americas, Konecranes Port Solutions. “They chose Konecranes again because they know us, and appreciate the performance of our cranes and service.”

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