Noatum Terminals Orders Cranes for 200,000 TEU Goal


The terminal division of Noatum Maritime, Noatum Terminals, has invested in three new ship-to-shore (STS) cranes for its Noatum Terminal Malaga facility in the South of Spain.

As part of its goal to reach a target of 200,000 TEU per year, the installation of the Super Post Panamax STSs will take place this week after completing a journey onboard the vessel ‘BigRoll Bering’, which left the Egyptian port of Port Said on June 14, 2018.

The Noell manufactured cranes can operate container ships of up to 16,000 TEU.

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Antonio Campoy, CEO of Noatum Maritime, stated: “In restoring these three container cranes to the Malaga terminal, Noatum Terminals and the port authority are showing their commitment to put Malaga back on the map for container-handling in the Straits of Gibraltar.

“This is a unique opportunity to develop the port’s hinterland.”

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