Off-harbour transshipment complex TOR tested in Slavyanka (photo)
Off-harbour transshipment complex TOR has been tested in Slavyanka, says press center of Tranzit-DV Group.
The complex was built in 2014 at the shipyard of Damen in Nantung (China) under the order of Tranzit-DV .
As part of the tests TOR transshipped the 20-ft container onto the Zolotaya Kolyma bulker. When being tested, both vessels were moored to the fixed anchor at the off-harbour anchorage in Slavyanka Bay.
Off-harbour transshipment complex TOR is a floating crane of 1,700 DWT able to lift containers of up to 50 t to 36 meters. It technical characteristics allow handling container carriers of up to 400 meters in length with the speed of 1 container per minute.
“Thus, the technological task on implementation of loading\unloading operations at the anchorage of Slavyanka has been successfully performed for further implementation of the project on creation of a transport and logistic complex,” the statement says.
TRanzit-DV Group renders services in the markets of processing and delivery of energy resources (oil products, coal, natural gas), bunkering and shipping.