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ZPMC to Supply RTG Cranes to New Black Sea Port

  • ZPMC has reported signing a contract for 12 wholly-electric RTG cranes for Port of Anaklia (Georgia) with Anaklia Development Co., Ltd.

    According to ZPMC, the RTGs are of a new type with anti-swing trolley of complete functions, featuring anti-swing, light weight and environment protection, providing a strong support for the operation of terminals in future.

    Anaklia, Georgia’s new deep sea port is located along the coastline of the Black Sea, and is promoted as a hub for the shortest seaway from China to Europe.


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