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BREAKING NEWS – Demag welcomes improved Terex offer

Demag Cranes AG, which includes Gottwald Port Technology, has welcomed the improved offer by US-based Terex Corporation through its German subsidiary, Terex Industrial Holding AG, to substantially increase the price of the voluntary public tender submitted to Demag shareholders from €41.75 (US$61.96) to €45.50 (US$64.26) per share. It is expected that the Demag board will recommend shareholders accept the improved offer. Read More »

Gottwald introduces new MHC features

Gottwald Port Technology has launched new intelligent lifting features for its mobile harbour cranes - a vertical lift assistant (VLA) for single lifts and a tandem lift assistant (TLA) for synchronised lifts involving two cranes handling heavy and outsize cargoes. Read More »

Lyttelton Port sustains further damage

The series of aftershocks reaching magnitudes of 5.7 and 6.3 that hit Christchurch, New Zealand this Monday (13th) caused further damage to the infrastructure and facilities at Lyttelton Port, four months after the devastating magnitude 6.3 earthquake in February and the previous earthquake in September, both of which caused extensive damage. Read More »

HCT to invest in extra super post-Panamax cranes

Macquarie Infrastructure Partners, the owner of Halterm Container Terminal (HCT), is to invest in two additional super post-Panamax cranes at the Port of Halifax next year, bringing to seven the number of such cranes at its four container berths. Read More »