Port Esbjerg bolsters crane fleet with new Liebherr addition

Port Esbjerg bolsters crane fleet with new Liebherr addition

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Port Esbjerg has bolstered its position in handling modular and project cargo with the addition of a powerful new mobile harbour crane.

The LHM 600 crane, boasting a single-lift capacity of 208 tonnes, joins an already impressive fleet at Esbjerg, making it one of Europe’s largest collections of such equipment. This brings the port’s total number of LHM mobile harbour cranes to five.

Twin power for oversized cargo

Esbjerg’s true lifting muscle lies in its crane fleet’s twin-lift capability. Combining the two LHM 800 cranes allows the port to handle a staggering 600 tonnes in tandem, a capability highly attractive for handling oversized modular cargo and project goods.

Read more: Port Esbjerg cleared to deepen fairway, ready for larger project cargo

The mobile cranes’ ability to adapt to diverse weather conditions and high winds, coupled with the skilled operation by Esbjerg’s experienced crane operators, ensures flexibility and smooth handling of even the most challenging cargo.

Port Esbjerg reaffirming market position

Port Esbjerg remains a strong competitor in the global modular cargo and project goods market, handling approximately 4.5 million tonnes of cargo annually, welcoming over 5,500 vessel arrivals, and boasting six fixed liner routes that connect the port to 25 destinations.

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Port Esbjerg bolsters crane fleet with new Liebherr addition
Port Esbjerg bolsters crane fleet with new Liebherr addition

Port Esbjerg bolsters crane fleet with new Liebherr addition

Photo Port Esbjerg

Port Esbjerg has bolstered its position in handling modular and project cargo with the addition of a powerful new mobile harbour crane.

The LHM 600 crane, boasting a single-lift capacity of 208 tonnes, joins an already impressive fleet at Esbjerg, making it one of Europe’s largest collections of such equipment. This brings the port’s total number of LHM mobile harbour cranes to five.

Twin power for oversized cargo

Esbjerg’s true lifting muscle lies in its crane fleet’s twin-lift capability. Combining the two LHM 800 cranes allows the port to handle a staggering 600 tonnes in tandem, a capability highly attractive for handling oversized modular cargo and project goods.

Read more: Port Esbjerg cleared to deepen fairway, ready for larger project cargo

The mobile cranes’ ability to adapt to diverse weather conditions and high winds, coupled with the skilled operation by Esbjerg’s experienced crane operators, ensures flexibility and smooth handling of even the most challenging cargo.

Port Esbjerg reaffirming market position

Port Esbjerg remains a strong competitor in the global modular cargo and project goods market, handling approximately 4.5 million tonnes of cargo annually, welcoming over 5,500 vessel arrivals, and boasting six fixed liner routes that connect the port to 25 destinations.

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