New ARTG cranes bound for PSA Sines

PSA Sines ARTG cranes bound for Sines

PSA Sines, the Portuguese subsidiary of PSA International, has announced that its brand-new Automated Rubber-Tyred Gantry (ARTG) cranes have left Gdansk this month and will arrive in Sines imminently.

“These state-of-the-art cranes represent a significant leap forward in terminal operations, combining cutting-edge automation technology with a sustainable approach,” the company reported.
The ARTGs have been designed to minimise energy consumption, improve operating efficiency, and lessen overall emissions. The cranes reportedly optimise cargo handling processes through advanced automation technology, providing shorter turnaround times and improved productivity.

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“Precise and streamlined operations enhance safety standards while ensuring a more efficient use of resources and manpower,” the operator continued.
“The deployment of these sustainable ARTGs reflects our unwavering dedication to setting new standards in the maritime industry.

“We firmly believe that sustainable practices and technological advancements go hand in hand, shaping the future of terminal operations.”

Late last year, PSA Sines announced the arrival of two mega Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes, adding to 10 existing Super Post-Panamax cranes.

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