Over the years Bedeschi has been entrusted by many prestigious clients worldwide to help them overcome various marine infrastructural bottlenecks, both onshore and offshore. These clients have valued the innovativeness and capability of Bedeschi in understanding their exact requirements and in designing and implementing solutions, which are suited specifically to their projects’ requirements.
Transhippers have a distinct advantage over the shore terminals because they can be implemented without the need for dredging the seabed, in order to enable the large vessels to come alongside. In addition, the floating terminals do not have as high implementation costs as shore terminals. Moreover, and most importantly, the implementation time of a new floating terminal is much shorter as compared to a shore terminal. Floating solutions are environmentally safe too.
After the closing of its latest deal, Bedeschi will supply an important shipyard in Indonesia with a new floating terminal with a 2500 tph coal capacity, from two loaded barges to a big OGV up to Capesize. The new floating terminal is planned to operate in the Far East.
The company will supply two receiving hoppers, two belt feeders, one belt conveyor system complete with transfer towers, one slewing and luffing shiploader equipped with a trimming chute, and a full control system.
Bedeschi closed the deal thanks to the support of its new subsidiary Bedeschi Far East, which was able to assist the client with its specific requirements. Bedeschi Far East has a strategic key-role in the support and assistance of the clients and it is constantly increasing in that area.
The image shows a Bedeschi floating terminal, which is very similar to the new one the company will supply.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/13012023/bedeschi-closes-deal-for-floating-terminal-system/
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