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Integra Port Services orders another Gottwald crane

March 15 - Integra Port Services has ordered another HMK 260 E mobile harbour crane from Gottwald Port Technology for its operations within the public terminal in the river port of Paramaribo, Suriname.

The crane will be the third of its type to be delivered to IPS. Forecasting expansion after the first crane was delivered to Suriname, IPS soon opted for another crane; a factory refurbished HMK 260 E. This third crane rounds off the fleet and will mainly be used to handle containers. 

Andreas Moeller, Gottwald's senior sales manager said: "The decision of IPS to use our HMK 260 E cranes shows that our mobile harbour cranes are ideally suited to meeting the requirements of terminals of any size."

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EMEA renewables to build on positive 2018

February 21 - The latest data released by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) shows that Africa and the Middle East installed 962 MW capacity of onshore wind power in 2018, an increase of more than 300 MW compared to 2017. 
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Setramar sells multipurpose unit

February 21 - International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) has confirmed that it advised Italy's Armamento Setramar, part of the Setramar Group, on the sale of its vessel Pietro Benedetti.
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ESTA decides on ECOL management

February 20 - The final structure of ESTA’s planned European Crane Operators Licence (ECOL) scheme is taking shape, as the organisation readies for its launch later this year.
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