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New crane to lift Quality Freight capabilities

[ November 15, 2017   //   ]

Quality Freight UK has invested over £700,000 in a 400-tonne capacity Fuchs MHL390 crane at its Ellesmere Port main operation. It follows a 20% increase in volume during the past 12 months.

The new crane will complement QF UK’s other cranes – a MHL360 wheeled crane based at its Ellesmere Port terminal, a Liebherr 150 and an RHL340 tracked crane, which are regularly moved at short notice to other ports and terminals across the North West.

Managing director, Sebastian Gardiner, said: “It will allow us to increase bulk volumes in the port, allow multi-vessel working and enhance customer service through faster vessel turnaround.”