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Hercules on show at RHB terminal

The 5,000-ton (4,535.9-tonne) capacity floating sheerleg crane, Asian Hercules III, is seen during a fleeting visit to RHB Stevedoring’s independent terminal at the port of Rotterdam.

 

 

The floating crane, which is part of the Boskalis equipment fleet, measures 106 m long and 130 m in height.

 

It was based at RHB’s terminal for 14 days in preparation for its next project.
 


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