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12/7/2020 12:26:31 PM

West Port Said container terminal supports equipment fleet with (3) Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs)

On2nd.OfDecember2020, West Container Terminal took delivery of (3) (RTG) Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (Maximum Stable) manufactured by Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. (ZPMC) at investment cost of 4 million448 thousand USD with lifting capacity of 40 tons load each, 18.4m stacking height of 1 over 5 High Cube stacks and 26.5m stacking width (5 plus truck lane wide).
New RTGswill enter service directly as they were supplied fully erected, so overallRTGsoperating in the terminalreach31 to raise terminal capacity and support handling efficiencyand it’s planned to supply additional (3) (RTG) Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes with the same specifications within the company’s investment plan for 2021.
This step crowned the development plan adopted by Port Said Container and Cargo Handling Co. following comprehensive development carried out over the previous years.
The company is moving forward with development plans and achievements in order to raise the company's position in maritime market, hoping further progress and development for PSCCHC.



PSCCHCo. took delivery of (10) TERBERG yard tractor

Port Said Container & Cargo Handling Co. took delivery of ten TERBERG yard tractors (4x2) (65 tons) each at an investment cost about 9 million EGP.

It will be in operation directly, together with other tractors in the terminal so as the tractors fleet in the terminal will reach 71 units tractors besides other related handling equipment.

Purchasing the ten yard tractors comes within the investment plan adopted by the company management to raise the terminal efficiency and increase its productivity to strengthen its situation among other competitive terminals in the region.

5/7/2014 11:34:13 AM

Anther boost for PSCCHC

Portsaid Container Terminal (PSCT) in WestPortSaid operated by state-owned PortSaid Container & cargo Handling Co. (PSCCHC)is continuing with its development plans in order to cope with increased future volumes and container vessel capacities.