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Start of CTW automation plans

WILHELMSHAVEN. Over the next few years the EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven (CTW) will be switching its manual container operations to an automated system. An announcement to this effect was made by the Bremen-based company in December. Around 150 million euros will be invested in these plans over the next three years. First of all, they will press forward with the expansion of the existing infrastructure, including raising the elevation of the current eight container gantry cranes. According to the EUROGATE plan, the first automated berth is due to come into operation in 2024.

Credits: EUROGATE

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