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New orders for Genma

Genma has received orders for mobile harbour cranes from customers in India and El Salvador.

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Genma, part of Nantong Rainbow Heavy Machineries Co.,Ltd. has reported new orders for three mobile harbour cranes. One crane will be delivered to a customer at Visakhapatnam, India. It will have a diesel electric drive and a rubber tyre undercarriage, maximum lift capacity of 100t and maximum outreach of 48m. The crane will be used mainly for coal handling at west quay 7 & 8 of Visakhapatnam port, and delivery is scheduled for the end of the year.

 

The order follows Genma’s earlier break through into the Indian market with the delivery of three mobile harbour cranes to J M Baxi affiliate Paradip International Cargo Terminal Pvt Ltd at Paradip port. As Genma expands it is focusing on developing local service teams to support its products. Pictured is Genma’s local team in India.

Genma's team in India
Genma's team in India

The second order comes from El Salvador where a customer at the Port of Acajutla has ordered two GHC150 mobile harbour cranes. The cranes will be equipped with diesel-hydraulic drive and a tyre-type undercarriage. Maximum lifting capacity is 150t and maximum outreach is 54m. The cranes will be used for handling containers, general cargo and bulk cargo, and will delviered in the first half of 2019. Genma has a regional sales office in Peru.

The Port of Acajulta has ordered two Genma GHC150 cranes
The Port of Acajulta has ordered two Genma GHC150 cranes
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