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Seaport of Emden: NPorts hands over crane operation to epas

Emden,  22nd December 2021. Dry bulk goods as well as project cargo are handled at the south quai in Emden. The service provider in crane operations, the LHM 420 mobile port crane, is the core of the contract between NPorts and epas.

The port service provider buys the handling equipment and receives a concession to continue the crane operations. The system change means that crane operation in Emden will be maintained in line with the port’s public character. All port users continue to have non-discriminatory access to the port.

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Credits: Andreas Burmann / NPorts

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