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PEMA information paper on container crane cables

The Port Equipment Manufacturers’ Association has published an information paper that provides guidance on the selection and use of electrical cables for container cranes

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PEMA information paper on container crane cables

The paper, produced by the Association’s Equipment Design and Infrastructure Committee, offers detailed information about the selection, storage, handling, installation and use of electric cables for container cranes.


PEMA regularly publishes information papers, independent research reports, technology briefings, and other materials designed to inform decision makers in the global ports and terminals sector regarding the design and operation of port equipment and technologies.


PEMA seeks to contribute to industry awareness of issues and options that port and terminal authorities may wish to consider.


The association has taken every step to ensure supplier balance with this report. It was co-authored by Peter Waterworth of Tratos, Jens Goebel of igus GmbH, Rainer Rössel of igus GmbH, Alessandro Saccani of Brevetti Stendalto, Paolo Lovati of Brevetti Stendalto, Peter Pütz of Tsubaki Kabelschlepp GmbH, Jana Blechschmidt of Prysmian Group, Heinz-Willi Hamacher of Nexans, David Top of Conductix-Wampfler, Olivier Ruelle of Conductix- Wampfler, Sébastien Magère of Conductix-Wampfler.


Simon Hoite of Liftech Consultants, Inc edited the paper.

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