These orders include the first major project with the Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) in Malaysia as well as repeat orders from Papua New Guinea Ports Corporation Limited (PNGPCL), ICTSI subsidiary PT Makassar Terminal Services and PSA Corporation
At PTP, the work involves the refurbishment of a fleet of 10 NOELL and ZPMC ship-to-shore gantry cranes in order to achieve a higher level of availability and operational performance. The project includes the renewal of the trolley rail system, operator’s cabin, boom pin system and improvement on the trolley motion systems.
For PSA in Singapore, repairs will be carried out on some of its quay cranes.
For PNGPCL, the company will be refurbishing part of their RTG fleet to ensure higher levels of operational productivity in the ports of Moresby and Lae in Papua New Guinea; plus the company will raise the height of RTGs for MTS in Makassar, Indonesia.
Tok Soon Chong, chief technical officer at Portek, said: “We are delighted with the confidence shown in us by the management teams of PTP, PNGPCL, ICTSI and PSA. We look forward to working closely with them.”