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E-Crane – Always At Your Service!

Even in challenging times E-Crane is there to serve clients! On May 26 & 27, E-Crane Indonesia’s service team consisting of Michaël Hamerlinck & Ari Anggodo completed a scheduled 2,000 hours service call for PT Cemindo Gemilang. Our local service manager Michaël made the following comment: ‘It was a pleasure to do maintenance on this machine, we congratulate the PT Cemindo team for taking good care of their E-Crane in the past year.’

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1.5M tons handled in March! – Magdragon II Picks Up The Pace.

Magdragon II is a floating transfer station – operating close to Cape Preston in the Pilbara Region of West-Australia – with two 3000B series E-Cranes designed to unload magnetite from ocean going barges into hoppers, which feed a conveyor system and ship loader. The transfer station mainly loads Mini Cape vessels destined for China. Magdragon II handled close to 1.5 million tons of magnetite iron ore in March 2020. E-Crane would like to congratulate all at Citic Pacific Mining with this record throughout, especially considering the challenging working conditions during this Covid-19 pandemic. A...

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Found on the web: Van Oord: “Titan” & “Astrachan” Commissioned (The Netherlands)

Yesterday, Van Oord held a ceremony commissioning crane vessel Titan and accommodation pontoon Astrachan. The honours were done by Mrs E. (Lily) de Wit – wife of Area Director F. (Freek) de Wit – and Mrs M. (Michele) Kamsteeg, wife of Area Manager M.C. (Ries) Kamsteeg. The order to build Titan and Astrachan was awarded to Holland Shipyards in Hardinxveld Giessendam, the Netherlands in October 2012. Given the tight construction deadline, virtually all of the work was done in the Netherlands. Titan consists of a new pontoon 60 metres long and 26 metres wide, and is equipped with spud poles...

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