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Australian Amalgamated Terminals (AAT), a wholly-owned Qube company, has purchased a new Liebherr Group LPS 550 rail-mounted harbour crane for the Brisbane operations.
This particular crane will be the only one of its kind in Queensland.
With a significant increase in container volumes, it was imperative for AAT to purchase a new crane to deliver increases in productivity. The crane has a rated capacity of 144 tons and twin lift capabilities for container operations.
The AAT commissioning team recently visited Rostock, Germany, to inspect the new crane before delivery to Australia.
The crane is due to arrive in January 2020 and will be assembled on site. Assembly will take approx. 3-4 weeks with an operational timeframe of February 2020. In preparation for the crane’s arrival, the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd is currently undertaking a realignment project of the crane rails on Berths 1, 2 and 3. Stevedores and AAT employees have commenced crane training.
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