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52 Yard Spreaders for Major Dubai Ports World Automated Terminal

21.01.2013 – Stockholm-based Bromma has won a major new order for the supply of 52 yard spreaders to the new Dubai Ports World-led Rotterdam World Gateway terminal. The order, for spreaders which will be fitted to automatic stacking cranes, is one of many major new contracts that Bromma has won over the past year for the supply of spreaders to automated terminals.

Bromma has a full range of spreader solutions for container terminals, and in the case of the DPW Rotterdam World Gateway automated stacking crane project Bromma will be supplying YSX45 single-lift hydraulic spreaders. The spreaders will be delivered with a headblock which is automated through micro-motion. The Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG) terminal is due to begin initial operations starting in July 2013, with all 52 Bromma spreaders delivered on site to RWG by September 2014.

“We are pleased to have been awarded this strategically important Rotterdam World Gateway order,” says Vikram Raman, Vice-President and Commercial Director at Bromma. “An automated terminal is no place to experiment with a spreader, and so we are gratified that leading new transshipment centres continue to choose Bromma spreaders to achieve their productivity goals.”

Bromma has also just won orders for the supply of container weight verification from the spreader twistlocks to the DPW Brisbane, Australia terminal and the London Gateway project.

www.bromma.com

 

For more information, please contact:

Lars Meurling, Vice-President, Marketing, Bromma Conquip, Stockholm, Sweden
Tel: +468.620.0900

Therese Westerudd, Marketing Manager, Bromma Conquip, Stockholm, Sweden
Tel: +468.620.0900

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