Press Releases • Mar 04, 2019 08:22 GMT
Cavotec has signed an agreement with a port operator to equip two berths at a terminal with MoorMaster™ automated mooring systems. Deliveries are scheduled to start in 2019, with the systems entering service in 2020. The order value amounts to approximately EUR 10.3 million, whereof a majority is expected to be recorded in 2019 and the remainder in 2020.
Blog posts • Nov 27, 2018 10:00 GMT
Cavotec is to supply its innovative MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology for use with two new-build, fully electrically powered ferries at five berths in Canada’s Great Lakes – the country’s first fully electrical non-cable vessels – highlighting how MoorMaster™ is a key technology for expanding the use of e-vessels.
Blog posts • Jul 13, 2018 08:00 GMT
A new report demonstrates how automated mooring system (AMS) makes substantial reductions in CO2 emissions produced by ferries during mooring operations.
Blog posts • Jul 06, 2018 08:25 GMT
As ports, shipping lines, and authorities in China strive to reduce emissions from shipping, our innovative shore power technologies are playing a key role in delivering substantive change.
Press Releases • May 30, 2018 11:42 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has officially opened its new world-class production facility in Milan, which is set to ensure the Group’s manufacturing and supply chain excellence in the years ahead.
Press Releases • May 04, 2018 08:46 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has launched its new tagline and strategic direction statement. Two defining elements of the Cavotec identity that reflect the Group’s key role as a trusted industrial partner for a global customer base, and its intent to maximise future growth potential.
Press Releases • Apr 20, 2018 08:22 GMT
Cavotec is set to revolutionise the operation of e-vessels by delivering and maintaining its automated, unmanned, mooring system MoorMaster™ for e-ferry ports across Norway. With these orders, MoorMaster™ is now the leading technology to safely and efficiently moor e-vessels, a segment set for rapid growth.
Press Releases • Apr 10, 2018 07:07 GMT
Global engineering group Cavotec has won a breakthrough order for its next-generation aircraft ground cooling systems. The order is a key part of a major modernisation project at Bahrain International Airport set to substantially increase passenger capacity. The project highlights Cavotec’s leading role in the development of Pre-Conditioned Air (PCA) systems for the global aviation market.
Blog posts • Feb 19, 2018 14:34 GMT
Our MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology has been included in the 2018 UN Global Opportunity Report that highlights how "innovative technologies are making genuine progress towards a more sustainable world."
Innovative Cavotec PCA systems enhance passenger comfort, operational efficiency at Dubai International
Blog posts • Feb 07, 2018 09:11 GMT
Work is underway to install specially designed Cavotec Pre-Conditioned Air (PCA) systems for Dubai International Airport’s Concourse C upgrade that will rapidly cool wide-bodied aircraft up to the largest aircraft, Airbus A380 – even in hot and humid conditions common to Dubai – and thereby enhance passenger comfort and operational efficiency, and reduce environmental impact.
Blog posts • Jan 31, 2018 11:12 GMT
Konecranes has selected Cavotec to supply advanced cable reel technologies for two electrically powered Boxhunter Rubber Tyred Gantry (RTG) cranes at an application in Paraguay. The cranes are the latest generation of Konecranes lightweight RTG cranes, and are set to reduce environmental impact and improve operational efficiency at the port.
Blog posts • Jan 18, 2018 13:31 GMT
Working closely with mining group Atlas Copco, Cavotec has developed an innovative Human Operator Interface (HOI) system, incorporating long-range wireless communication, for operators of rugged loader vehicles used in mining applications deep underground. The solution, which first entered service in 2016, has generated substantial safety and efficiency gains at a mining application in Russia.
Blog posts • Jan 12, 2018 15:03 GMT
Our innovative charging technologies have connected Asia’s first e-ferry to electrical power, eliminating emissions and dramatically reducing operating costs, and highlighting Cavotec’s leading position in this increasingly important segment.
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 19, 2017 09:00 GMT
We’re proud to support heavy-duty haulage specialist Goldhofer to move some of the world’s heaviest objects. Over the past 10 years, Cavotec Radio Remote Control (RRC) solutions have helped transport NASA’s Space Shuttle Endeavour, shift a vast bridge section on the French island of La Reunion, and carry segments of oil rigs, building structures, and large tanks and reservoirs.
Blog posts • Dec 14, 2017 11:08 GMT
Weather and climate have significant impacts on airport operations. Harsh weather conditions cause millions of dollars of damage each year, and cause disruption. The build-up of snow, ice, and slush affects aircraft access to runways, and risks disruption to ground handling services on aprons. While the weather cannot be controlled, airports do have solutions available to mitigate its impact.
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.
Blog posts • Nov 24, 2017 09:54 GMT
The Port of Salalah climbed 17 places in the One Hundred Ports survey published by Lloyd’s List. A performance made possible – in part at least – by the installation of our innovative automated mooring technology, MoorMaster.
Blog posts • Nov 11, 2017 09:30 GMT
As the rate of passenger growth accelerates, and pressure to reduce costs and increase revenues intensifies, airports face significant operational challenges. IATA forecasts that more than 7.2 billion passengers will travel in 2035, doubling from 3.8 billion in 2016.