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Eurofos Terminal Adds Two New Gantries

Eurofos terminal adds two new gantries

Source: CMA CGM
Marseille, France (PortSEurope) July 21, 2020 – The Eurofos container terminal has employed two malaccamax-type gantries. The equipment ws manufactured by ZPMC in China and transported to Marseille by sea. The two gantry cranes, 54 metres high with a reach of 72 metres, will allow the operation of ships that load 26 rows of containers. They join a fleet made up of two other malaccamax gantries,
two post-panamax and two panamax gantries. Eurofos, part of the PortSynergy group, operates the Mediterranean Terminal at Fos-sur-Mer, the largest container terminal in France. Eurofos also carries out handling operations for conventional goods, bulk, heavy packages and special packages. The company is also the operator of the CFS (Container Freight Station) of the western basins of the Port of Marseille-Fos. Through its two main subsidiaries (GMP and EuroFos), it operates the two largest container terminals in France at the Ports of Le Havre and Fos-sur-Mer. The Portsynergy group is 50%-owned by DP World and 50% of Terminal Link (in turn, 51% owned by CMA-CGM, and 49% by China Merchants Port Holdings Co (CMPort). Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.

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