Norfolk International Terminals (NIT), Virginia Port Authority’s largest terminal, has received its final set of rail mounted gantry cranes.
Cranes unloaded from BigLift vessel in Virginia, USA.
In total, 60 cranes have been received to the port as part of its expansion programme. The final set was delivered by BigLift Shipping and will be stationed at the gateway’s two main container terminals.
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