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Mantsinen 300 cable crane released

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Mantsinen’s new material handler takes dock work efficiency to a new level. Mantsinen is introducing the faster and more precise hydraulic Mantsinen 300 into the size class of traditional cable cranes. This enables the fastest work cycle on the market and the best productivity in its size class.

Mantsinen 300 has been designed to meet the requirements of moving bulk cargo on panamax class ships, but it can also handle heavy general cargo and containers. The crane is able, for example, to move a full 40 ft container about 48 metres without having to change position.

Despite its large size, Mantsinen 300 is just as agile and precise as smaller material handlers. Good controllability decreases the risks involved in handling heavy objects and increases work safety.

Mantsinen has been the global forerunner in developing the energy efficiency of material handlers since 2006. A next generation HybriLift® -energy recovery system has been developed and patented for Mantsinen 300. The system enables an even better energy efficiency than before, even in large cranes.

The first two Mantsinen 300 material handlers will be delivered in the spring of 2017 to the ports of Ghent and Antwerp in Belgium. Both handlers will move different kinds of bulk materials on panamax class ships.

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