Poti cleans up

News

APM Terminals Poti has invested in new hoppers and mobile equipment to unload dry bulk cargoes, and a vacuum truck for cleaning up....

SMAG STS solution

News

Germany-based Peiner SMAG Lifting Technologies GmbH (SMAG) has introduced a highvolume radio controlled singlerope grab (EGF 60) for operati...

New dredger for Durban

News
Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has commissioned a new dedicated grab hopper dredger for Durban. As reported previously (WorldCargo...

Cashing in one’s chips with grabs

News
Biomass handling could offer a new source of new equipment orders but debate is on-going as to which type of grab is best suited. There is c...

Teconbel up for grabs

News
Companhia Docas do Pará (CDP), the state dock company in the Northern Brazilian state of Pará, will invite bids by the end of this year fo...

Grabbing at new opportunities

News
The market for general purpose grabs has turned down somewhat, due to reduced sand and aggregates handling because of the slowdown in the co...

Fast grab crane for OBA

News
OBA (Overslagbedrijf Amsterdam), majority-owned by HES Beheer and hence a sister company of EMO in Rotterdam, has taken delivery of a new qu...

Grabs get a good dusting down

News
Grab handling remains the most cost-effective method of ship discharge, but environmental best practice demands that dust nuisance is minimi...

Grabbing at market openings

News
Grab manufacturers pride them selves on the robustness and longevity of their products, coupled with low lifetime costs. While grabs do wear...

Grabbing hold of bulk market

News
Grab manufacturers have been experiencing slow market conditions as operators have chosen to defer investment. But now there are welcome sig...

ZPMC bridging the gap

News
ZPMC has become expert at transferring fully-erect cranes from ship to shore, having conducted over 1000 such operations to date. It has a g...

Two more Gottwald MHCs for Antwerp

News
Kraanbedrijf Antwerp, part of Antwerp Port Community, has taken delivery of two more Gottwald mobile harbour cranes, both model G HMK 6507s ...