Categories: container handling
Cavotec powers Konecranes Boxhunter RTG cranes
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.
Cavotec reels power record-breaking STS cranes
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.
Automated mooring helps make Salalah fastest riser in One Hundred Ports survey
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.
Cavotec highlights benefits of automated mooring at TOC Asia
Cavotec will once again be exhibiting at TOC Asia, one of global shipping's top events, which will be held in Singapore at the end of April. During the show, Mike Howie, one of our automated mooring experts, will deliver a speech at an innovation session about the safety, operational and operational benefits of our unique MoorMaster™ automated mooring technology.
Cavotec wins port equipment orders worth EUR 10M
Global engineering group Cavotec has been awarded significant orders for its innovative systems for marine propulsion, shore power supply, and crane electrification systems, with a combined value of EUR 10 million, highlighting the Group's pivotal position in the global Ports & Maritime segment.
Cavotec continues winning shore power orders, highlighting success of new applications
During 1H16 and the first weeks of 3Q16, leading engineering group Cavotec has won more orders for its innovative shore power systems with a total value of approximately EUR 11.5 million, underlining the Group’s central position in this growing segment, and the ports sector as a whole.
Cavotec wins port equipment orders worth more than EUR 9 million
News of five separate orders with a combined value of more than EUR 9 million for some of its key innovative technologies, including the Group's MoorMaster automated mooring system and the new Automatic Plug-in System (APS), highlighting the strength and diversity of Cavotec's portfolio.
Partnerships strengthened in port equipment orders
The world's leading crane manufacturers, port operators and ship owners continue to rely on Cavotec to meet growing demands for advanced crane technologies and innovative shore power systems. A number of recent orders, (announced at the end of March), amounting to a total of €10 million attest to this.
Cavotec wins port equipment orders worth EUR 10m
News of a number of significant orders for our advanced crane technologies from the world's leading crane manufacturers, as well as orders for its innovative shore power systems. The orders have a combined value of approximately EUR 10 million.
Cavotec secures port equipment orders worth over EUR 11.5 million
Global engineering group Cavotec has won orders for its innovative technologies for ports in Australia, Indonesia, Oman, Portugal and Turkey, and for two major shipping lines, with a combined value of more than EUR 11.5 million.
Cavotec awarded shore power equipment orders worth EUR 12 million
Cavotec has won several significant orders for its shore power systems for customers in the Far East and Europe, highlighting how the Group's innovative technologies are enabling ports and shipping lines to operate cleanly and efficiently worldwide. The total value of these orders amounts to EUR 12 million.
Follow-up on Cavotec's largest single MoorMaster™ order to date
This is a follow-up on our press release of November 7 titled: "Cavotec wins largest MoorMaster™ automated mooring order to date".
Cavotec reels electrify Jebel Ali RTGs
DP World recently announced that it had successfully electrified eight rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes at the Port of Jebel Ali in the UAE, with the help of our cable reel systems. Here's our take on this project - one that demonstrates one way in which ports are reducing environmental impact.
Cavotec wins largest MoorMaster™ automated mooring order to date
Cavotec has been awarded a EUR 10 million order for MoorMaster™ automated mooring units at a container port to be disclosed later in a joint press release with the customer. It is the largest single order to date for the technology, and further underlines the growing demand for Cavotec's automated mooring systems.
Cavotec reels on world’s largest quay cranes
The world’s largest container cranes are steadily making their way from China to the UK’s new logistics hub on the banks of the Thames Estuary: DP World’s London Gateway. These 138-metre giants are built by one of our long-standing OEM customers, ZPMC, and are fitted with our electrical power and spreader cable reels.
Cavotec wins shore power equipment orders at Port of Los Angeles
News of our latest project for our innovative Alternative Maritime Power (AMP) shore-to-ship electrical power systems, this time at the Port of Los Angeles (POLA).
Cavotec awarded substantial order for MoorMaster™ automated mooring systems
Cavotec's uniquely innovative technology for mooring for ships, MoorMaster™, is becoming increasingly widely adopted. This press release provides details of the most recent application for the technology: a container handling application on the Mediterranean Sea; the second of its kind there. MoorMaster™ now serves ferry, bulk handling, Ro-Ro, container and lock applications worldwide.
Cavotec reports cable reel orders for applications in The Netherlands and Malaysia
News of two major Cavotec cable reel projects for ship-to-shore container crane applications in The Netherlands and Malaysia.
Alternative Maritime Power to play key role in Port of Los Angeles modernisation
Alternative Maritime Power, one of our signature technologies, looks set to be an integral element of one of several measures included by the Port of Los Angeles in the latest round of the Port's container handling "Pier 300" expansion programme.