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More ARMGs arrive at Vado Gateway

Four more ZPMC ARMGs have arrived at APM Terminals’ new semi-automated terminal at Savona-Vado, Italy, bringing the yard crane complement up to 14

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APM Terminals Italia says that its new Vado Gateway terminal is 77% complete and will be ready to commence operations before the end of this year.

 

Seven more ARMGs are still to be delivered, along with three more STS cranes, which will be delivered during the spring.

APM Terminals Italia is responsible for Italy's first semi-automated container terminal
APM Terminals Italia is responsible for Italy's first semi-automated container terminal
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