September 29 - Three new ship-to-shore gantry cranes have been shipped from China to the Port of Felixstowe onboard ZPMC's semi-submersible vessel Zhen Hua 25.
Built by ZPMC in Shanghai, the new cranes, which have a lift height of 49.5 m, will be operated on the UK port's new Berth 8 & 9.
The delivery was part of a five-crane shipment, and HLPFI understands that the other two are destined for a port in Turkey.
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