Spotted: New Cranes for Port Bronka

New Cranes for Port Bronka

General cargo carrier M/V Meri is pictured here delivering three RTG cranes manufactured by Konecranes to the Marine Multipurpose Complex Bronka (MMPK Bronka, Big Port St. Petersburg).

The cranes with a lifting capacity of 50 tons able to stack one-over-five containers high were delivered from port Hanko and unloaded at Bronka’s berth No 3 in an unloading operation that lasted for 9 hours.

Meri is the first commercial vessel to come via the newly built approach canal of port Bronka.

The next call of the vessel carrying 3 RTG Konecranes for port Bronka is scheduled for August 14, 2015.

Image: Port Bronka

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