Blue Offshore on Full Cable Transport Spread for HKZ Alpha and Beta
Blue Offshore sets cable transport record
Just before midday today, Thursday, the Zhen Hua 26 docked at the RWG terminal on Maasvlakte 2, Rotterdam. The vessel’s cargo consisted of 4 ZPMC Ship to shore container cranes, STS, 2 of which are for delivery to the RWG terminal.
Offloading the 2 cranes is expected to take 10 days after which the 2 cranes will be commissioned and are expected to be operational by the second half of the year
The cranes are the largest of their kind built by ZPMC in China. They have a lifting height of 56m and can reach over 26 rows of containers. Further investment by RWG includes 25 Automated Guided Vehicles, AVGs.
Ronald Lugthart, CEO at RWG: “The arrival of the cranes and AGVs will allow RWG to further optimize our services and capacity. RWG plays a key role in efficient, sustainable, reliable and safe container handling. Together with our customers, stakeholders and partners, such as DP world, we will continue to develop our services.”
RWG is an international consortium consisting of four globally operating container shipping companies – APL, MOL, HMM and CMA CGM – and terminal operator DP World.