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Bromma and Ningbo Daxie make history

08.06.2012 – In June, Bromma marked the delivery of its 2,000th all-electric crane spreader to the port of Ningbo Daxie in China. One of the most successful new product introductions in Bromma’s history, the all-electric yard spreader has become an industry standard in container handling over the past 10 years . In 2011, 84% of Bromma yard crane orders were for all-electric units, and in 2011 Bromma sold more yard crane spreaders than all its competitors combined.

Bromma all-electric spreaders are being ordered by customers due to their inherent reliability, as well as their environmental and economic benefits. Due to fewer service points, lighter weight, and the absence of any hydraulics, Bromma all-electric spreaders have higher availability, simplified maintenance requirements, require less power, produce fewer emissions, and offer tough durability. These all-electrics are increasingly being ordered for many large automated operations in the industry, with more than 100 Bromma all-electrics purchased in 2011 for automated terminals including TraPac in Los Angeles, the London Gateway in England (20 units), Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi (34 units) and Barcelona, Spain (40 units), among others.

Bromma’s 2,000th all-electric spreader delivery is part of a wider trend toward all-electric growth in the China region. Today, Bromma has more than 1,000 crane spreaders in service in container terminals in mainland China, while the percentage of those spreaders that are all-electric continues to increase year after year. The reduced number of service points on all-electric spreaders is an especially attractive feature of these spreaders, as lifetime costs of operation are reduced.

For more information, please contact:
Lars Meurling, Vice-President, Marketing, Bromma Conquip
Tel: +468.620.0900

www.bromma.com

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