A recent independent report published by Ports & Waterway Engineering provides a valuable tool for ports evaluating different crane options.
Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG) a terminal operator at the world’s largest port of Shanghai which handles over 35 million TEU’s has undertaken a scientific evaluation of several tandem lifting systems.
They have found that dual hoist cranes breakdown significantly more, they cost more to maintain and use more energy per box and with a price tag greater than 1 million USD. From this they have evaluated several single hoist tandem systems available on the maket.
“This article is a great tool to assist port engineer evaluating the pros and cons of tandem 40 systems for their projects” Cameron Hay – RAM Spreaders
The findings in the independent report, can be viewed by clicking the relevant PDF icon below.
RAM Spreaders has more than 40 Single Hoist Tandem Systems in operation in London, Dubai, China and several other locations soon to be delivered.
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