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Malaga gets ready for new cranes

The Noatum Terminal Malaga is set to take delivery of three new cranes and additional land-based equipment.




The cranes are already on their way aboard BigRoll Bering, which left Port Said, Egypt, on June 14, and will be installed at the terminal this week.

The three super post-Panamax cranes, manufactured by Noell, can be used to load and discharge container ships of up to 16,000 teu.

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