Port of Koper introduces RMG technology...

port.today | 2017-02-19 12:02 UTC

New RMG cranes. Source: Port of Koper The port of Koper, Slovenia, inaugurated on Tuesday the crane rail tracks and the two new RMG cranes which are to substantially increase train loading capacity at the container terminal, as announced in its press release. The RMG technology has never been applied in Luka Koper before. The introduction of the new technology required the construction of 740-metre-long tracks and removal of some warehousing blocks. Today, instead of three railway tracks previously extended, the terminal operates five tracks in total, meaning that five container trainsets can be handled simultaneously. This will significantly contribute to the productivity of the ports container operations. About 60% of containers leave Luka Koper by train, which places the port at the leading position in the Adriatic region in this segment. At the container terminal, we register on average 24 arrivals and departures of block trains per day and these trains connect Koper with all

By PortToday on 2017-02-19 12:02 UTC
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