Konecranes is a world-leading group of Lifting Businesses™, serving a broad range of customers in a wide range of industries including mining, metal production, pulp and paper, power generation, oil and gas, automotive, ship-building and container handling (container ports and intermodal terminals).
Konecranes Container Cranes
Konecranes has the widest and deepest offering for container handling. It comprises manned STS, RTG, RMG cranes and manned Konecranes Noell Straddle Carriers. It also comprises Automated RMG, Automated RTG systems and automated horizontal transport systems (A-SPRINTER, AGV, Automated Terminal Tractors). All supported by port service and software.
Konecranes Lift Trucks
Konecranes offers a wide range of heavy-duty lift trucks optimized for container handling in different applications. These products are developed and supported from the Konecranes Lift Trucks business unit, headquartered in Markaryd, Sweden. Konecranes lift trucks are available in over 80 countries through our appointed distributors and Konecranes country operations.
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The Konecranes STS gives the crane operator better control over the positioning of the spreader and container on the chassis, in the cell or on the deck. Dwell times are …
The Konecranes Rubber Tired Gantry (RTG) crane is a great example of our ability to be smarter where it matters in the design of container handling equipment. Hydraulics-free high performance …
The BOXHUNTER operating concept, with the cabin at the truck lane, is a first in RTG design and engineering. We took the Remote Operating Station (ROS) concept from our Automated …
MSC South Africa has requested a total of four reach stackers and four empty container handlers from smart solutions provider Konecranes
A further 20 Konecranes RTGs have been ordered by the Georgia Ports Authority, as capacity expansion continues at the Port of Savannah.
Konecranes has announced that it will deliver its first Gottwald Portal Harbour Crane to Sweden after receiving an order from Uddevalla Hamn Terminal AB
A new STS crane concept for mega ships
In recent years there has been moderate annual growth in global container handling volumes – reaching around 700 million TEU in 2017. Meanwhile, the capacity of the world container vessel fleet has increased considerably to over 20 million TEU. Because of this, shipping lines are increasingly operating in global alliances, giving them scope to optimize their services and increase their buying power.
Shipping lines are also increasingly operating in global alliances, giving them scope to optimize their services and increase their buying power. For container terminals this has resulted in noticeable reductions in handling rates, larger operational peaks and more idle time in waterside operations.