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Rosyth welcomes MHC

The port of Rosyth, which is owned by Forth Ports, has taken delivery of a LHM 550 mobile harbour crane from Liebherr.

The 439-tonne crane arrived at the Scottish gateway on board Meriaura’s multipurpose vessel, Meri. The unit was rolled off the vessel directly onto the quayside.

The LHM 550, which features a maximum lifting capacity of 144 tonnes, will be used primarily for bulk handling.

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