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PORTS & TERMINALSNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com


Varanasi waterway terminal inaugurated L


iebherr mobile cranes have seen action for the first time at the Varanasi inland waterway terminal, India.


The terminal, which was inaugurated in


mid-November (pictured), is the first of four multimodal terminals being constructed along the River Ganges. Three other terminals are under construction at Sahibganj, Haldia and Gazipur. The terminals will be able to service vessels


with capacities of 1,500-2,000 dwt. Vessels calling at Varanasi will be loaded and


discharged by two Liebherr LHM 180 mobile harbour cranes.


Each unit has a lifting capacity of 64 tonnes and


is able to handle containers, along with bulk, general and project cargoes.


Mukran to lead Interreg ports project


Germany’s Mukran Port will work with the Polish government to lead the South Baltic Transport Loops project


for the next three years. The initiative aims to develop business for small and medium-


sized ports around the southern Baltic Sea, involving partner ports in Denmark, Poland and Sweden. Special consideration is given to the optimisation of respective hinterland connections, Mukran said.


Interreg, the EU department


behind the project, helps regional and local governments in Europe to develop and deliver policy, and is supported by the European Regional Development Fund.


Malin proposes Scottish manufacturing hub


Glasgow-based marine engineering company Malin Group plans to create a marine manufacturing hub at Old Kilpatrick in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. The proposed Scottish


Marine Technology Park, in the shadow of the Erskine bridge, would be developed on a


derelict 47 acre (19 ha) site. The site is zoned for


industrial use and will have


direct access to a deepwater channel via an 80 m berth with heavy lift facilities.


NEWS in BRIEF


Ports America signs lease Ports America has signed a 50-year lease with the port of New Orleans to continue to operate the port’s Napoleon Avenue and Nashville Avenue Terminals and will invest USD66.5 million in infrastructure and equipment.


Cromarty Firth invests The port of Cromarty Firth in Scotland is set to commence work on a major quayside expansion in an investment of around GBP30 million (USD37.97 million), following the recent award to the port of a GBP10 million (USD12.65 million) contract from Moray East offshore wind farm to become the intermediate port for its 95-turbine development.


Liebherr delivers crane Liebherr Maritime Cranes has delivered the first of two LHM 550 mobile harbour cranes to Euroports Germany in Rostock. Both cranes come in a two-rope configuration with a maximum lifting capacity of up to 144 tonnes and a maximum outreach of 54 m. Meanwhile, the company has also provided the UK’s port of Sunderland with a second Liebherr LHM 420 crane, which when working in tandem will be able to lift cargoes weighing up to 240 tonnes.


Genoa crane ordered Spinelli Group has ordered a Konecranes Gottwald G HMK 8610 mobile harbour crane, featuring a lifting capacity of 150 tonnes and an outreach of 56 m, for its multipurpose terminal at Genoa, Italy.


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