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ADM Romania Increases Capacity In Constanta Port With New Floating Crane

ADM Romania increases capacity in Constanta port with new floating crane

ADM Romania Increases Capacity In Constanta Port With New Floating CraneSource: Constantza Port

Constanta, Romania (PortSEurope) December 20, 2017 – ADM Romania has recently been equipped with a new floating crane – “Harvest Danube”, produced this year in Damen Shipyard in Galati. The lifting capacity is up to 40 tons and the discharge rate up to 12,000 tons / day.

“Harvest Danube” is an investment that continues ADM’s development policy in Constanta port and will have a beneficial impact on the quality of port operations.

In Romania, ADM operates eight elevators on the Danube, with two more under construction; two inland origination facilities, one close to Bucharest and one in the western part of the country; shallow water port facilities in Braila; 50 barges and six tug boats. ADM is one of the largest port operators in the port of Constanta in the Black Sea, handling barley, rapeseed, wheat, sunflower seed and corn, as well as various other commodities such as coal and iron ore. In addition, ADM operates a transport and trading office in Bucharest. ADM has more than 620 employees working in Romania.

ADM Romania is part of U.S.-based Archer Daniels Midland Company, and a global food processing and commodities trading corporation.

Source: Port of Constanta

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