ABP to spend £32m on equipment for the Humber

Associated British Ports (ABP) is investing £32 million in port equipment in the Humber. A five-year strategy will include new cranes, full refurbishment of existing cranes and landside equipment, all with regard to the eco-friendliness of the new plant. ABP is investing in mobile harbour cranes and hydraulic cranes – the first of which the Mantsinen 300M, the world’s largest hydraulic crane, is due at the port of Immingham late April. ABP’s regional ... [+]

New crane for Hull

Associated British Ports Hull has taken delivery of a new £1.7m  LHM 180 mobile harbour crane. It supplements four existing Liebherr mobile harbour cranes as well as a Liebherr mobile excavator crane in King George and Queen Elizabeth Docks and will be used mainly for handling dry bulk cargoes using ... [+]

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