DP World Limassol has acquired a new, high-tech mobile harbour crane and a reach stacker as part of an ongoing upgrade of the Limassol port infrastructure.
The new pieces of equipment are expected to speed up operations and upgrade of the infrastructure at the multipurpose port terminal.
DP World Limassol says the recent acquisitions underline the company’s commitment to continually invest in the port and improving customer satisfaction
The new equipment will be used for the loading and unloading of general cargo, break bulk and oil and gas equipment, enhancing the efficiency, productivity and safety of port operations and reducing vessel turnaround time. In addition to making loading and unloading faster and easier, the operator compartment of these new machines has been ergonomically designed to provide good sight lines, better working comfort and environmentally friendly with low emissions and noise levels.
DP World Limassol says the recent acquisitions underline the company’s commitment to continually invest in the port, delivering innovative and sustainable services and improving customer satisfaction.
“The addition of the new equipment is an integral part of our commitment to provide high quality trade enabling services in Cyprus,” said Charles Meaby, General Manager of DP World Limassol, adding that the “LHM 420 mobile harbour crane from Liebherr is a great investment for the Port.”
“With its heavy lifting capability, innovative services the new crane will help maximise the Multipurpose port’s potential. DP World is a global leader in the management and operations of ports and we will continue making improvements to deliver a better service for port users.”