Euroports receives new Mantinsen crane at its Leftbank terminal
Published by Claire Cuddihy,
On 10 April, a new Mantsinen 300M crane arrived at Leftbank terminal. This Mantsinen adds to and diversifies the Euroports Leftbank terminal crane capacity.
The crane will be used for handling barges and coasters with a wide range of commodities, such as (but not limited to) containers, coils and wood pulp, ensuring safe and efficient operations.
Guided by the port’s passion for performance Euroports believe this crane will contribute to our customers’ success.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/ports-terminals/18042019/euroports-adds-new-mantinsen-crane-to-its-leftbank-terminal/
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