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24/02/2010
Doosan Vina ships cranes to Indonesia

The shipment was made under a contract with PT Pelebuhan Samudera Palaran (Indonesia) with each RMQC worth US$5.3 million and each RTGC worth US$1.37 million.

The US$17.5 million contract was finished within nine months with the efforts of 22 Korean technicians and 350 workers, engineers and staff of the Material Handling Equipment (MHE) business unit of the company.
The seven cranes will be installed at the Palaran Terminal Port of Samarinda City, east of Kalimantan Province, Indonesia.

Vị trí đặt quảng cáoBoth types of crane are to transport containers. The RTGC is used to transport goods from the port area to a storage area or to load the containers on trucks. The RMQC loads and unloads containers to/from the ships to dockside.

The RTGC system is self-propelled using electric motors and a sophisticated control system. The RTGC is a flexible machine making it an indispensable piece of port machinery, according to the company in a statement.

The RMQC is a monstrous machine operating on a dockside rail system that allows it to move laterally beside a ship to quickly load or unload cargo.

The US$17.5 million Samarinda project for two RMQCs and five RTGCs was the first major contract for the MHE Business Unit, which officially began operations in February, 2009. Soon after that, MHE began manufacturing these mega cranes bound for Indonesia.

Onward production plans for other projects include SNP (two RTGCs), PSA Singapore (36 RTGCs) and JNPT India (one RMQC and one RMGC).

Doosan Vina is a division of the giant multinational Doosan Group. Its US$300-million Doosan Vina Plant covering 110 hectares is a venture between Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co. Ltd. and Doosan Mecatec owned by Doosan Corporation.


Source Sai Gon Times
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