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This news article was originally written in Spanish. It has been automatically translated for your convenience. Reasonable efforts have been made to provide an accurate translation, however, no automated translation is perfect nor is it intended to replace a human translator. The original article in Spanish can be viewed at La Terminal de Contenedores de Turquía optimiza su equipamiento

The Terminal of Containers of Turkey optimises his equipment

7 June 2012

The Terminal of Containers of Turkey of Grup TCB, TCEEGE, situated in Izmir, has expanded his equipment, faithful to his will of operative optimisation. It treats of two cranes of the mark Liebherr, designed according to the requests of TCEEGE and that make possible the operations with ships Post Panamax to both sides of the dock. Each crane can arrive to a productivity of 35 movements/hour with a capacity of 60 tonnes under spreader and 50 metres of scope.
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The General Director of TCEEGE, Mehmet Bosna, aims that the two cranes will be lists to go in in operation to finals of July. “Besides —it underlines— with these and other improvements have achieved to differentiate us thanks to that are enabled to offer a fast service and of confidence to our customers”. One of the main aims of TCEEGE, as it stands out Bosna, is to attract to the lines that until the moment have refused Izmir by the lack of infra and superstructure in the traditional port. “To day of today, TCEEGE is able to provide service to fuselages of new generation thanks to that has equipment of last technology, 20 metres of calado and 120.000 square metres of surface. On the other hand, The arrival of the cranes will allow to increase the operative capacity of TCEEGE and attend fuselages of new generation more effectively”.

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