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STS cranes arrive at Wando Welch

Two ship-to-shore cranes have arrived at the port of Charleston's Wando Welch Terminal in South Carolina, USA and will enhance the handling of neo-Panamax vessels.

Produced by ZPMC in China and shipped on one of the manufacturer's semi-submerisble ships, the cranes mark the final stage of a USD48.4 million project to strengthen and upgrade the Wando Welch Terminal wharf as well as the infrastructure required for handling larger vessels.

The Wando Welch Terminal received its first two neo-Panamax cranes in August 2016, and an additional crane is on order for delivery in August 2019.

 

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