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Spotted: PhilaPort Welcomes Super Post-Panamax Cranes(marine crane;offshore crane)

philaport-cranes.jpgManufactured by Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC), the new cranes will be 13 feet (4 meters) taller than the neighboring Walt Whitman Bridge with its boom in the upwards position.

The cranes were bought by PhilaPort and Packer Avenue Marine Terminal’s operator Astro Holdings as part of Governor Tom Wolf’s USD 300 million Port Development Plan to increase cargo-handling capacity and efficiency to meet the vessel size growth over the past decade. Each crane has cost USD 12 million.

The new container gantry cranes are capable of discharging containers from Ultra Large Container Vessel (ULCVs) ranging from 10,000 to 20,000 TEU container capacity.

Crane specifications:

  • Cranes height [boom up]: 391 ft.

  • APEX of crane [height; boom down]: 252 ft.

  • 32 stories high [boom up]

  • 21 stories high [boom down]

  • Weight of each crane: 3,368,659 lbs. (1,528 metric tons)

“For over a year we have been working hard to prepare the terminal for these cranes and it is great to see them here,” Jeff Theobald, Executive Director and CEO of PhilaPort, said.

“Last year we hit an East Coast record of 19 pct container growth. To sustain that type of growth, these new cranes are a necessity.”

“The cranes allow us to handle more cargo from bigger ships, and since we’re already setting records for cargo growth at Packer, the cranes are arriving not a moment too soon,” Tom Holt, Jr., President of Astro Holdings, the Packer Avenue terminal operator, said.

In the first quarter of 2019, PhilaPort plans to add two more identical cranes and Astro Holdings another one crane at Packer Avenue Marine Terminal, bringing the total number of cranes at Packer Avenue Marine Terminal to seven.

Image and Video Courtesy: PhilaPort/iSky Images

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IMG_0946_副本112_副本.jpgOUCO Marine/Offshore 40m Long boom crane marine hydraulic Deck crane machine

OUCO Marine/Offshore 3T40M Telescopic boom crane is mainly used on the deck of bulk carrier or overload barge for handling a variety of cargo bulks.

It has several hoisting points to fit the demand of vessel usage, which are 3T40M, 40T6.5M, 10T25M, makes the crane with long outreach to complete the lifting job.

The cranes are available from 3–40 meters of crane boom, which have long range of usage. This 3t40m telescopic crane currently have been made several sets with ABS Class certificate, will be delivered within 3 months with stable and reliable quality based on clients’ usage and testings.

Main Features and advantages:

Easy maintenance at all situation;

Self contained unit with integrated hydraulic power pack.

Fail-safe brakes on all movements.

Fully enclosed and equipped operator cabin with air condition.

The variable speed hoist will automatically adjust to the highest possible speed for the appropriate load.

Technology from Germany.

Base on many year's design and fabrication experience of crane and other similar equipment.

Suitable for all kinds of ships and low power consumption and high efficiency.

Welded and high strength box boom for easy maintenance.

With Many safety protection devices---hook up limiter and overload limiter, emergency stop button.

The availability of a telescopic or fixed jib extension on a telescopic boom is not only easy to attach and use, but it makes it possible to extend the reach of the crane boom by as much as 40 meter. With a jib, boom cranes are capable of reaching boom lengths as tall as 35 meter, which is very beneficial when placing loads at height or lifting personnel using a work platform.

Typical Applications: Provision cranes, Service cranes, Container and cargo handling cranes


Here is the YouTube video about this telescopic marine crane: https://youtu.be/_4OR3d7c8Ho

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