Vahle | Conductor Bar Systems for Port Operations
VAHLE since 1912, is a specialist for mobile power and data transmission with headquarters in Kamen, Germany. VAHLE has more than 750 employees and 12 subsidiaries worldwide. Including representatives Vahle is active in 52 countries around the world. Through experienced engineers with many years of project experience, VAHLE provides you with customer-specific and simultaneously economical solution.
Taking in account the environmental responsibility VAHLE delivers the innovative solutions to reduce the carbon footprint while increasing the productivity by means of reliable energy transfer systems like motor driven reels, cable reels, festoon system, conductor rails and contactless power system (CPS). With the latest development of the Trimotion system VAHLE offers a compact tool for RTG electrification including electric power transfer, positioning and data transmission system -SMGX- making RTGs ready for Automation.
Headquartered in Kamen, Germany, Vahle since 1912, provide customer-specific systems and solutions for mobile power as well as energy and data transmission. The company have more than 750 employees and 12 subsidiaries worldwide.
The ERTG systems by Vahle have been designed to handle containers faster and safer than any diesel powered system and with lower maintenance efforts. These ERTG systems have been installed in ports and terminals worldwide including, Port of Felixstowe, Port of Balbo in Panama as well as several ports in Turkey.
The Vahle Trimotion System designed for four conductor rails in parallel is a compact solution for ERTGs. Features include having a maximum extension of 1700mm, an integrated positioning system and two carbon brushes per phase.
Looking for automation processes in your port? Vahle provides smart, customised, cost-effective solutions of electrification, data communication and positioning systems for RTGs, ASCs and STS cranes. This is able to reduce container handling, optimising overall efficiency.
Vahle have designed a highly efficient and reliable charging system maximising the availability of horizontal transportation such as AGV’s. The flexible positioning of charging points provides the means to turn planned stops into charging opportunities, keeping container movement in a constant flow.
Vahle provide a vast range of systems and solutions for the demanding applications of port operations, including safe and reliable conductor bars and cable management systems as well as ERTG systems that offer ports exceptional production capabilities.
Vahle’s CEO, Achim Dries shares the company’s ambition of migrating from a product supplier to a systems supplier after 105 year in the marketplace. Discussions are also made on the way automation is used to benefits terminal operators and their customers.
Vahle's CEO Achim Dries presents the company's latest product innovations for ports and terminals including its festoon system and automated guided vehicle (AGV).
Vahle’s CEO, Achim Dries explains how terminals evolve through remote operations to eventually become fully automated.
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The Mexican container terminal Lázaro Cárdenas Terminal Portuaria de Contenedores is located in North America at the pacific side of Mexico. VAHLE has awarded the first contract to electrify 10 container blocks of the terminal in 2011.
VAHLE, a global leader in mobile power and data solutions for more than 100 years has successfully finished the first phase of the port electrification mega project at Tanjung Priok / Jakarta in Indonesia.
Delivering products and services for Automation and Optimisation, Container Handling, Container Handling, Automation, Crane Components, Power and Data Cables, Festoon, Positioning Tools, Retrofitting & Upgrading, RMGs, RTGs, STS Cranes.
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