Sennebogen to unveil mobile harbor crane in Munich


Sennebogen’s new mobile harbor crane is to have its official launch at the Transport Logistic 2017 trade fair.

The 9300 E will be unveiled at the event, which takes place on May 9-12 in Munich, Germany. Interested port operators can get more detailed information from the exhibition stand in hall B4/305.

With a working radius of 40m, the crane can handle vessels as large as the Panamax class for bulk handling and feeder ships as well as standard vessels for containers. Equally, the load capacity of 90 tonnes and 20m jib working radius make it an attractive solution for heavy- and general cargo tasks.

A Sennebogen spokesman said, “While developing the port crane great attention was paid to achieving high performance with maximum working radius. With the load capacity and range, the 9300 E offers port operators a high lifting capacity using the total work area whereby interesting solutions can be achieved for all handling types.

“This not only leads to greater performance in bulk handling but also in container handling as the crane reaches up to two rows further than comparable devices on the market.”

The crane’s 21.2m eye height gives the driver a clear view of the working environment, while the 9m access ladder leading to the Skylift 1100 cab offers high comfort and safety levels.

For operating the crane in the port area, the operator can remain in the lower working position at 9m and with the flexible system can position themselves perfectly according to the specific vessel.

May 12, 2017

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