Anjeon has 2,000-ton crane on the move with Cometto SPMT

Anjeon has 2,000-ton crane on the move with Cometto SPMT

Photo source: Cometto

South Korean heavy-haulage specialist Anjeon recently transported a 2,000-ton crane using Cometto SPMTs from the manufacturer to the Yulchon port. The crane was then dispatched to the crane’s operating contractor Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers in India.

Cometto informed that Anjeon used 96 axle lines of its SPMT to transport the 45-m high crane for three kilometers from the manufacturing site of Sangsangin in Yulchon, to the Yulchon port. Upon arrival, the gantry crane was transferred onto a barge.

As the freight is approx. 120 meters long, the self-propelled modular transporter SPMT needs to be assembled in an open compound.

Cometto noted that 48 axles of Anjeon’s MSPE EVO2 with a payload capacity of 60 tons per axle line and four Power Pack Units are used on each side on the bottom of the crane.

Anjeon is currently the most active heavyweight carrier in South Korea, according to the self-propelled modular transporters and heavy load modules manufacturer Cometto.

Finally, also the Power Pack Units’ software represents a real added value for the South Korean operator. The solutions allows the operator to identify any issues during the operating process and to respond at the project site.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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