Yilport Gävle steps up decarbonisation with electric MHCs

Yilport Gävle steps up decarbonisation with electric MHCs

Photo: Yilport Nordic

Yilport Gävle in Sweden has taken a step towards the decarbonisation of operations by electrifying two of its mobile harbour cranes. The terminal operator, Yilport Nordic said the step will cut the general cargo termina’s yearly fuel usage down by approximately 75 per cent. 

The electrification of these cranes is a clear indication of Yilport’s commitment to sustainability. The company invests in innovative solutions to reduce its environmental impact and create a more sustainable future for the ports industry.​

Electrifying mobile harbor cranes offers numerous benefits, including fewer CO2 emissions, reduced noise levels, and lower maintenance. By embracing this technology, Yilport Gävle is paving the way for a zero-emissions future and setting a new standard of sustainability in the industry.​

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Author: Adnan Bajic

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