APM Terminals invests in Latin American capacity expansion

Investments in new equipment and improvements in terminals and ports continue for APM Terminals, which has announced its third major investment in two weeks. Read on to see which port will benefit from six new STS cranes and 29 Gantry cranes, when it opens in 2018.

APM Terminals is once again set to make an investment in a range of new equipment for a coming port expansion, this time in Moin, Costa Rica.

The port in Moin will have an 18 meters deep basin, six STS cranes and 29 electric-powered Rubber Tire Gantry Cranes (eRTGs), giving it capacity to match shipments that are projected to double from an estimated 300,000 TEUs to 600,000 TEUs, the company says in a press release.

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