Konecranes | Container Handling Cranes for Port Operations
Konecranes is a world-leading group of Lifting Businesses™, serving a broad range of customers in a wide range of industries including mining, metal production, pulp and paper, power generation, oil and gas, automotive, ship-building and container handling (container ports and intermodal terminals).
Konecranes Container Cranes
Konecranes has the widest and deepest offering for container handling. It comprises manned STS, RTG, RMG cranes and manned Konecranes Noell Straddle Carriers. It also comprises Automated RMG, Automated RTG systems and automated horizontal transport systems (A-SPRINTER, AGV, Automated Terminal Tractors). All supported by port service and software.
Konecranes Lift Trucks
Konecranes offers a wide range of heavy-duty lift trucks optimized for container handling in different applications. These products are developed and supported from the Konecranes Lift Trucks business unit, headquartered in Markaryd, Sweden. Konecranes lift trucks are available in over 80 countries through our appointed distributors and Konecranes country operations.
In this trailer video, Konecranes introduces the power of de-coupling the crane and operator by exploring the mega trend that is automation and how this can improve productivity and efficiency in container handling operations.
In this PTI interview Thomas Gylling, Global Automation Sales, Konecranes, provides his insight on automation as a mega trend and its benefits in the port and terminal industry.
Konecranes is a world leading group providing lifting solutions for businesses. They offer a wide range of container handling cranes and heavy-duty lift trucks for container ports and intermodal terminals.
Konecranes manufactures all core components in-house ensuring reliable and safe crane operations. With integrated product design and in-house manufacturing, customers can benefit from both high performing and low cost port equipment.
The BOXHUNTER RTG Crane launched by Konecranes is an operating concept built with the cabin at the truck lane, a first in RTG design. The BOXHUNTER RTG Crane also provides increased visibility for the operator, providing video cameras and laser scanner, monitoring every container move.
The Konecranes BOXHUNTER RTG Crane is a first in RTG design with a cabin at the truck lane. The operator sits in an ergonomic heads-up position, and Konecranes' advanced video and laser technology gives him total visibility over every container move.
The automated RTG (ARTG) container handling system by Konecranes benefits ports and terminals with lower costs, improved productivity and predictability as well as safer operations. The ARTG system is a first in the industry.
The first five of twenty RMG cranes have officially arrived at GCT Bayonne. Designed and manufactured by Konecranes the RMGs were unloaded over the course of three days. These 80-foot tall cranes have the capacity to lift 40 tons each and were built to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All twenty RMG cranes ensure for a heightened level of productivity, customer service, and employee safety.
The world’s largest goliath gantry crane by Konecranes has a combination lifting capacity of 2,000 tons, a rail span of 210 meters and overall weighs around 6,506 tons. Watch the 3D animation of the construction here.
Satu Kaivonen, Environmental Specialist at Konecranes discusses the eco-efficiency of its company’s products and services. Information regarding Konecranes’ environmental product declaration is also disclosed.
Mika Mahlberg, Executive Vice President at Konecranes discusses the company’s recent acquisition of Terex, Materials Handling Manufacturers as well as the positive impact it will bring for many of its customers.
In this interview with Konecranes’ Executive Vice President Mika Mahlberg, the top 3 advantages for port terminal automation are explored. This includes: improved safety, productivity and the ability to forecast activity in the terminals.
Konecranes Port Solutions
P.O. Box 662
Konecranes Lift Trucks AB
Box 103 SE- 285 23
Visiting address: Anderssons vag 13
Contact: Carl Gustavsson
Tel:+46 70 087 40 66
Malta Freeport Terminals, one of the busiest ports in Europe, has ordered fifteen Konecranes Rubber Tired Gantry (RTG) cranes as part of its steady expansion. The first cranes will be delivered at the end of 2018 and the rest during spring of 2019. The order was booked at the end of 2017.
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