|A fantastic image that won Cavotec's 2010 photography competition. This shot shows a Cavotec cable reel powering a vast Sandvik crane at a mining application.|
|License||Creative Commons Attribution (?)|
|Photographer / Source||Cavotec|
|Image dimensions||3072 x 2304 pixels|
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Press Releases • Jul 24, 2012 08:54 GMT
News of the latest in a series of orders Cavotec's Ports & Maritime unit has won for electrical power and spreader cable reel units for ship-to-shore container cranes; this time for a major new development at the Port of Colombo in Sri Lanka.
Press Releases • Nov 21, 2011 11:25 GMT
Cavotec has won a contract to electrify eight rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes at DP World's Jebel Ali port in Dubai; a move that will realise significant reductions in energy costs and emissions.
Press Releases • Sep 29, 2011 12:51 GMT
Cavotec kan meddela att följande steg på vägen mot bolagets notering på NASDAQ OMX Stockholmsbörsen nu är avklarade: Stockholmsbörsens bolagskommitté har givit sitt godkännande, s.k. Scheme of Arrangement har godkänts av Nya Zeelands High Court och det blir ingen nyemission i samband med noteringen.
Blog posts • Jun 13, 2011 19:56 GMT
The last of four blog posts from our film crew as they criss-cross Europe, Australia and the US shooting material for the new Cavotec corporate film.
Blog posts • Sep 12, 2011 20:51 GMT
A brief overview from the Cavotec Australia team on the recent AIMEX trade show held in Sydney - and thanks to all those who made it possible.
Blog posts • Jan 05, 2018 09:00 GMT
Cavotec engineers have once again manufactured cable reels that set new standards in operational performance with reels that provide electrical power for ship-to-shore (STS) container cranes that boast the highest lifting distance of any STS cranes anywhere in the world today.
Blog posts • Dec 08, 2017 09:00 GMT
When ZPMC – one of the world’s leading manufacturers of heavy duty equipment and STS cranes – needed to ensure safe, reliable, and cost efficient maintenance of STS cranes at automated container terminals in China and Morocco, they selected our advanced Radio Remote Control (RRC) units to do the job.