The cranes have been in operation since 1999 and are reported to have a lift height of 120’ above the rail, with an outreach of 201’, and can handle two 20’ boxes in twin mode. These gantry cranes are in the Norfolk International Terminals, where container traffic has been on the rise, causing the VPA to need larger, more equipped cranes to handle the influx of shipments. These are the second set of ZPMC ship-to-shore cranes that the VPA has chosen to sell on the GovDeals platform.
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