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Mantsinen launches a new mobile harbour crane - the 140

The Mantsinen 140 is the first portal machine of this size with turning wheels, which enables sideways movement and efficient use in limited space

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Other manufacturers do not have an equivalent option available, says Mantsinen. Although aimed mainly at ship handling ports, it is also well-suitted in pulp and steel mills in feeding operations and terminal works, says the company.

 

The 140 model, positioned between the 120 and 160 models, completes Mantsinen’s material handling offering, from the 60 through to the 300. "It is a natural step for clients looking for more tons per hour from their material handling machine without significantly bigger investment," said Tapio Pirinen, Vice President of Material Handling Machinery at Mantsinen.

The 140M is the first rubber-tyred portal crane with turnable wheels
The 140M is the first rubber-tyred portal crane with turnable wheels

"Mantsinen 140 machines have already been delivered and sold to several countries, although the official launch will be made shortly at our distributor meeting."

 

All Mantsinen material handling machines are manufactured at Ylämylly factory in Finland. Mantsinen 140 was developed in just 1.5 years.

 

The versatile product offering now has machines in all size ranges together with a large selection of attachments.

 

"Thanks to our assembly plant in Rauma seaport in Finland, we can deliver fully assembled ready-to-use machine for the client on demand," Pirinen continued. "This way the client can start working immediately when the machine arrives, and there is no operational disturbance at all."

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