The Panamax quay cranes have an out-reach of 39 metres over 14 container rows on board ship, with a lifting capacity of 65 tonnes under spreader and 80 tonnes under hook. With the ability to lift two 20-foot containers at a time and handle heavy project cargo, the new terminal will be able to handle two vessels with nominal capacity of 3500 – 5000 teu simultaneously.
Working in a container yard with a capacity of around 16,000 teu, the RTGs will be capable of lifting one-over-five and stacking in six rows.
“SPCT is excited to take delivery of this ultra modern equipment. The eco-friendly RTGs have limited CO2 emissions and use 25% less fuel,” said Patrick Bol, SPCT’s chief executive officer.