Sany port cranes for Rotterdam

By Niamh Marriott23 February 2022

Hutchinson Ports ECT in Rotterdam has purchased three Sany ship-to-shore container cranes.

ECT and Sany representatives signing the agreement (Photo: Sany)

The container cranes work full automatically and are remote controlled. Sany said that various protection functions ensure operations are completed safely, including anti-collision systems monitoring the movements of the crane.

Sany’s key account manager Tobias S. Ling said, “We actually turned the high-level request into a tailor-made complete solution that covered all the aspects required.”

Daniel Zhong, key account manager and technical specialist at Sany said, “For such a huge container terminal, the size of the cranes plays a decisive role. With Super Panamax-size technical requirements, the Sany ship-to-shore container cranes fit perfectly into the concept of tasks at the terminal.”

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