Picture Service Cranes

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Cranes: Reggiane Cranes & Plants

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Berthing at the port of destination: MV “Beluga Emotion“

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On her way to the port of destination: MV “Beluga Emotion“ with seven RTGs on deck.

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On her way to the port of destination: MV “Beluga Emotion“ with seven RTGs on deck.

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On her way to the port of destination: MV “Beluga Emotion“ with seven RTGs on deck.

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On her way to the port of destination: MV “Beluga Emotion“ with seven RTGs on deck.

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The discharge of the RTGs – each weighing 200 tons – is being carried out with the board cranes of the MV “Beluga Emotion“ in front of the Vesuvius in Naples.

Cranes: Kalmar

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The MV “Beluga Endeavour” transports three Rubber Tired Gantry Cranes (RTGs) to Turkey.

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The 115 feet high RTGs were loaded to the vessel as one single unit by the on board cargo cranes.

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200 lashings secured the valuable cargo.

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The MV “Beluga Endeavour” transports three Rubber Tired Gantry Cranes (RTGs) to Turkey.

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After having discharged the cargo, the RTGs were immediately ready for operation.

Cranes: Gottwald Port Technology GmbH

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The cranes of MV “Beluga Recommendation” loaded the 63 metres high cargo onto the closed hatch covers of the multipurpose heavy-lift carrier.

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Harbour cranes of Gottwald Port Technology for India und Sri Lanka.

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The cranes with a weight of more than 300 metric tons and a height of more than 35 metres are being loaded on board.

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Due to the board cranes the loading is possible without using the port´s infrastructure.

 

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