The RTG cranes which two of them delivered to Gebze terminal and 4 of them also transferred to Gemport respectively were carried via Kobe vessel belonging to German Heavylift company. As an indicator of the Turkish-Japanese and German cooperation, this transfer was carried out with utmost operational efficiency while considering the size of vessel and width of equipment.

Cranes are expected to be operational following the completion of installation and commissioning processes until the end of July.

With this investment made due to the increasing volume of business at the Gebze and Gemlik terminals, our processes will gain a significant momentum to provide efficient service to our customers in a shorter time.

Source: yilport
2017-07-13

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