River & Sea Transport

Port of Long Beach Board approves Mitsubishi Terminal Project

At Mitsubishi's cement facility in the Port of Long Beach imported cement and cement-like materials are loaded onto trucks and taken to local and regional concrete batch plants.
Cement Terminal Project
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners approved the Mitsubishi Cement Facility Modification Project on May 15, 2015, greenlighting the addition of 40,000 tonnes of additional storage capacity consisting of storage and loading silos on vacant Port property adjacent to Mitsubishi’s existing facility at the Port’s Pier F. The board’s approval was contingent on environmental measures and upgrades.

Tons of Gravel and Fertilizer

Thanks to a maximum transport width of 3 m, the mobile Sennebogen machines can be quickly loaded onto flat-bed trucks and deployed at any location.
Material Handler
Midyear 2014, the Dutch Sales and Service Partner, Kuiken N.V. delivered three new Sennebogen 835 M machines of the new E-Series to the materials handling service provider, E. Drost B.V. In demanding material handling applications from ship to truck, and for logistics at the storage depot, the machines replace their reliable C-Series predecessors.

Grabbing for Wheat

Sennebogens 840 M Special unloading wheat at Hamm Harbour (Germany)
Ship Unloading
At Hamm harbor a Sennebogen 840 M Special is at work in a demanding materials handling application. Hourly the machine unloads up to 400 t of wheat from arriving ships for Jäckering Mühlen- und Nährmittelwerke.

Optimised Grab Filling

Liebherr's new grab control "SmartGrip" provides for optimised filling levels of the grab.
Ship Unloading
Liebherr Maritime Cranes recently launched SmartGrip technology optimises grab filling rates in a self-learning manner. It is based on recent turnover analysis in various ports around the world that showed that, on average, only 70% of the grab capacity is used.

BMT completes Pre-Feasibility Study for Multi-Purpose Port Project Pelindo II

The proposed Port of Kijing will complement the current river port at Pontianak and a local network of coastal and river terminals with a planned total capacity of up to 3 million TEUs, 15 million tonnes of bulk capacity, and over 20 millions tonnes of liquid capacity per annum.
Multi-Purpose Port
BMT Asia Pacific, a subsidiary of BMT Group has completed its latest project with state-owned port operator, Indonesian Port Corporation II. BMT has delivered a pre-feasibility study for a possible Greenfield site in the region of Kijing in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. The proposed Port of Kijing will complement the current river port at Pontianak and a local network of coastal and river terminals with a planned capacity of of up to 3 million TEUs, 15 million tonnes of bulk capacity, and over 20 million tonnes of liquid capacity per year.

Three new Ship Loaders for Black Sea Grain Terminal

Cargotec has secured an order to deliver three stationary Siwertell SBL 1600 loaders for installation at a grain terminal in the Ukraine.
Stationary Ship Loader
Cargotec has secured an order to deliver three stationary ship loaders for installation at a grain terminal in the Ukrainian port of Illichevsk. The belt-type loaders, which are designed to handle vessels of up to 100 000 dwt, each have a grain loading capacity of 2000 t/h. It will be possible to use two loaders simultaneously to provide efficient, environmentally friendly grain loading services.

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