San Vicente Terminal Internacional receives two state-of-the-art cranes to enhance operations
San Vicente Terminal Internacional (SVTI) recorded a new milestone in its modernization plan this morning. Regional authorities, employees and executives welcomed the vessel Zhen Hua 24, which brought two new, state-of-the-art STS gantry cranes to the port, involving an investment of close to US$ 20 million, the company said in its release.
He also expressed thanks for the joint effort from Empresa Portuaria Talcahuano San Vicente (Emport), whose development vision is in line with the SVTI project.
About the Cranes
The cranes, which stand 80 meters tall (close to 26 floors), were manufactured by the Chinese company ZPMC. They have a lifting capacity of 100 tons at the cargo hook and a reach of 62 meters (22 rows of containers), which enables them to service vessels up to 50 meters in beam.