News ID: 72822 |
Publish Date: 11:06 - 06 March 2017

Crowley Secures Cranes for Puerto Rico

CROWLEY Maritime has procured three new electric ship-to-shore container cranes for its Isla Grande Terminal in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Crowley Secures Cranes for Puerto Rico
According to MANA, the cranes, which will be used to handle containers on board the company's two liquefied natural gas-powered Commitment-class container ro-ro vessels, will be delivered to terminal operator Crowley Puerto Rico Services later in March.
Measuring 65 m tall with a 40 m outreach, each crane will be able to handle 65 tons.
The cranes were built by Liebherr Container Cranes, which is a unit of the Liebherr Group in Ireland and are part of the infrastructure investments Crowley is making.
Other upgrades include a new pier, container staging areas, reefer plugs, truck gates and container handling equipment.
Crowley, based in Jacksonville, Florida is investing more than $130m of its $550m total project cost in infrastructure improvements to its Isla Grande terminal.
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