Cargotec’s Kalmar lifting cranes to the US
Kalmar has landed a deal with Ports America Chesapeake for the delivery of six rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes to be used at Seagirt Marine Termina in Baltimore.
Arctech aboard to build ‘world’s greenest ship’
Finnish shipbuilding company Arctech Helsinki Shipyard has signed a letter of intent with Peace Boat to construct the Ecoship, “the world’s greenest cruise ship”.
Pemamek to provide welding systems to Portugal
Welding and production automation expert Pemamek is to supply ASM Industries with solutions for manufacturing tubular structures for offshore foundation.
Konecranes signs big numbers in Indonesia
Konecranes has won its biggest order thus far for Konecranes Gottwald Mobile Harbor Cranes in the Asia-Pacific region.
Metso plants seeds of success in Thailand
Metso is to supply a full-scope aggregate processing plant for Insee Aggregates’s Suphanburi Quarry in Thailand.
Kalmar’s RTG delivers a first in Taiwan
Cargotec subsidiary Kalmar has delivered five rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes to Evergreen International Storage & Transport Corporation (EITSTC) in Taiwan.
Valmet to convert paper mill in South Korea
Valmet is to supply an off-machine coater rebuild at the Hansol Paper Co. site in Shintanjin, South Korea, in order to convert the paper mill into thermal paper production.
Caverion and Pöyry land deals in Central Europe
Caverion has been awarded a new project contract for TGW Logistics Group in Austria, and Pöyry a detail engineering services assignment in the Netherlands.
Outotec gets grinding in Australia
Outotec has been awarded a contract by the Amec Foster Wheeler Civmec Joint Venture (ACJV) for the delivery of process equipment.
Meyer Turku signs final deal for two vessels
Meyer Turku has officially received an order for two Icon class ships from Royal Caribbean Cruises, reports Lännen Media.
Kalmar to supply cranes to European ports
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has won an order for the delivery of two Kalmar ship-to-shore (STS) cranes with an option for two more, from the Rotterdam Short Sea Terminal B.V. Furthermore, Kalmar also received an order for two Kalmar AutoRTG cranes from Dublin Ferryport terminals (DFT), which will help automate operations at the container terminal in Dublin Port.