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Issue 7 2017 - FBJNA


///BREAKBULK


HHL delivers 6 large RTG cranes from Japan to Turkey


Hansa Heavy Liſt (HHL) recently transported six rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes, each weighing 135 metric tonnes and measuring 28.9 by 11.3 by 26.6 meters, from Japan to Turkey.


All units were loaded onto the


vessel HHL Kobe at the port of Saiki in southern Japan, with two of the cranes being discharged at the port of Gebze and the remaining four at the harbor of Gemlik, in Turkey.


“This was an unusually high


number of RTGs being transported on a P2-800 vessel, compelling us to extend the deck as well as ensure there was sufficient space between the units, so that all cargo could


be accommodated safely,” said Mohammad Abbas, HHL Project Engineer. “Due to the sensitivity of


the


precautions needed to be taken, including a motion response


cargo units, additional Water injection module. Reroute Your Thinking™


analysis to determine the effects of any accelerations on the cargo during the voyage.” Strong cooperation between the


crews and stevedores at the ports of loading and discharge ensured the project was executed seamlessly,


Credit: EnQuest


between the RTGs and vessels’ cranes due to the large size of the units. The project was carried out


on behalf of Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding, with Yilport Konteyner Terminal Ve Liman


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within the tight timeframe that had been assigned. The deck extension included


six meters to the aſt side and three meters to the starboard side, as well as a total of 11 tween deck pontoons being stowed on deck to accommodate all units. The strength of the extension


better. cheaper. faster to market


Shippers, carriers, 3PLs and manufacturers alike are looking for new, more efficient supply chain alternatives in Florida. And with our expanded intermodal capabilities and infrastructure they’re now looking at Port Tampa Bay.


Serving the 10th largest economy in the U.S. (Tampa Bay/Orlando I-4 Corridor) and beyond, Port Tampa Bay is the largest and most diverse port in Florida, handling a wide variety of break bulk cargoes including steel, forest products, bagged cement and fertilizers, not to mention its expanding container, RoRo, and bulk business.


tween deck panels was verified through a finite element analysis, to demonstrate that the overhung deck was sufficiently safe and durable enough to support the cargo.


A 3D model assimilation was


also created before the start of the voyage to check the clearance


Isletmeleri A.S. acting as the charterer. “By optimizing the number of


cranes transported on a single vessel, HHL presented us with a very cost-effective and efficient option,” said Selami Mercan, Engineering Service Director, Yilport Holding Inc. “The entire project, from planning to delivery, was handled with care and ease.” HHL specializes in the super


heavy liſt 900+ metric tonnes industry, delivering best-in- class


engineering customers, particularly


solutions in


to the


subsea, oil and gas, and the offshore wind farm sectors.


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