Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Baltimore port readies for arrival of four super post-Panamax cranes
The Port of Baltimore and announced it is preparing for the arrival on June 12 of four super post-Panamax container cranes destined for the new 50-foot container berth at the 200-acre Seagirt Marine Terminal that is operated by Ports America.
The port said in a statement the ZMPC cranes that are on their way from China, will be able to reach across 22 containers on a vessel, lift 187,300 pounds of cargo, and will stand 140 feet tall.
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