The operator of Slovenia’s only port has placed an order for five electric RTGs from Konecranes in order to make operations more efficient.
Green technologies need the right incentives in place to be adopted on a wider scale making the case easier for operators to switch.
Ports are moving in the right direction to decrease emissions but there is a lack of global research on how ports are handling impact management, an environmental specialist has stressed.
Konecranes has secured a rush of green equipment orders for both its mobile harbour cranes and its lift trucks from Europe and Asia.
A Konecranes diesel-electric crane could help reduce exhaust emissions at the Port of Rotterdam by using power from the port’s grid.
Konecranes has chosen Cavotec to supply advanced cable reel technologies for two electrically powered Boxhunter Rubber Tyred Gantry (RTG) cranes at an application in Paraguay.
Konecranes will deliver an Automated RTG (ARTG) system to a new customer in Asia to help improve efficiency.
A zero-carbon container project is increasing efficiency and reducing maintenance at a European terminal.
Konecranes has taken its largest order for Gottwald Mobile Harbour Cranes in the Asia-Pacific region as PT Berlian Jasa Terminal Indonesia (PT BJTI) seeks to improve the efficiency of its operations.
Germany’s Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has ordered 25 Konecranes Gottwald Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) with lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery drives for the Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA).
Konecranes has launched a new driveline technology for lift trucks that delivers up to 25% in fuel savings.
Konecranes has signed an agreement to purchase Terex’s Material Handling & Port Solutions (MHPS) for a combined offer of cash and shares.
Konecranes introduced its Automated RTG system (ARTG) to the industry at TOC Europe 2013 which it claims is the first of its kind on the market and promises to take automation to the next level, not least in terms of emissions.
Green equipment will be firmly on the agenda at a forum taking place at this year's TOC Europe in Rotterdam at the end of the month.
Konecranes has delivered its first busbar powered, fully electric rubber tyred gantry crane (RTG) to Turkey’s EVYAP Port in Istanbul.
Konecranes heavy-duty fork lift trucks and reach stackers with a lifting capacity between 10 and 65 tons offer maximum efficiency, economy and safety in container and goods handling.
Konecranes received an order for five electric RTG (rubber tired gantry) cranes to be delivered to port operator Nemport in Nemrut, Aliaga Bay.
When developing cargo handling equipment, manufacturers need not just to consider the concept of “Designed-in Safety” but also to introduce a “Design for Safety” methodology. Hannu Oja, Konecranes’ Director of Port Technology, explains the differences
Interchange of information about ports, the environment and sustainable business management was a recurring theme of the presentations a the 5th GreenPort Conference in Stockholm on 24 and 25 February 2010
Konecranes of Finland, a leading manufacturer of grab gantry un loaders, reports that it is currently delivering two such machines to the Danish power company Dong Energy that will feature the most advanced noise reduction system that has ever been installed on this type of crane.
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