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Baltkran secures more crane orders for Russian Far East

14.02.2011Russian crane manufacturer Baltkran JSC is to supply a new container crane to the intermodal terminal in Artem, Primorsky Krai, in the Russian Far East (RFE).

The double cantilever crane will have a capacity of 45t under the spreader and bridge length of about 50m, operating on 300m of runway. Capable of stacking containers 3+1, the crane will be equipped with a rotating trolley incorporating anti sway system to enable sway-free crane travel, trolley travel and rotation. It will be equipped with  a motorized cable drum and frequency control drives to ensure smooth travel and significant energy saving. ” The mechanisms and electronic integration will ensure safety during fast handling cycles” said P. Serykh, Head of Baltkran’s Design Department.

Bordered by China and North Korea, Primorsky Krai is the southeasternmost region of Russia and one of the most important container shipping and transport areas  in the RFE. “RFE is an important region for Baltkran. We have been shipping and putting into operation complex crane equipment on an annual basis in Primorsky Krai, Sakhalin and Kamchatka for more than 10 years now,” said A. Ermolaev, Vice-President for Sales. At the end of 2010, Baltkran put a similar container crane into operation at the Port of Vladivostok, the eastern terminus of the Trans Siberian Railway. The new Valdivostock crane has a capacity of 45t under spreader,  32m span, two 8m cantilevers and a rotating trolley. Capable of stacking containers three-over-one, the crane is equipped with drives and mechanisms for quiet city operation.

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