New crane will arrive to Ensenada International Terminal

October 16, 2015 by PIMSA0
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A NEW CONTAINER CRANE FOR PORT OF ENSENADA, OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO HECTOR BAUTISTA, PORT DIRECTOR, NO DOUBT, THE PORT OF ENSENADA CONTINUES TO BE AN ADDITION TO OUR MANUFACTURING LOGISTIC INFRASTRUCTURE.
Ensenada International Terminal (EIT) of multiple use, invests 10 million dollars in a new wharf crane manufactured by the company Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co. LTD. The crane had a construction period of one year and is estimated to arrive to the port of Ensenada on November 13 this year.
The equipment has the latest technology in electrical systems, mechanical and electronic control, which represents a lifting speed of 80 meters per minute with load and 170 meters per minute if empty.
“This new crane gives us confidence that EIT can receive any type of ships efficiently for the production line on time,” said Jovan Angel Vargas Manager / Supply Chain & Logistics Samsung SDS America “. So far, the service has been excellent and this acquisition inspires more confidence to users. ”
Among its features has a length of 60 meters which is equivalent to a reaching capacity of 22 lines of containers, with a capacity of 42 meters over dock, which will allow to support the largest ships currently sailing, the Super Post Panamax.
The crane has a 41 tons capacity in container and 80 tons in special loads, the structure weighs approximately 1,400 tons and was designed especially for the separation of rails at EIT (15.24 meters) which makes it unique in its kind.
“In addition to investments in the Port Terminal EIT, it was announced in the port of Ensenada the extension of a breakwater, deflectors and Port Facility with up to 18 meters deep that will allow to receive ships, all already under construction,” said Mario David Ruanova and Zarate, President of the Association of Customs Agents of Ensenada.
With the acquisition of this new equipment, Ensenada International Terminal endorses its commitment to the international trade and industry, as it will offer a more efficient operation and to reaffirm the position of EIT as the best logistic alternative in the region, according to the subsidiary Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) in a statement.
A message from a Customs Brokers Association representative:
The seaport of Ensenada is an instrument, a tool, a facility and source of employment, of fresh currencies to the nation, not only of Ensenada, but the whole State, and the neighbors BCS and Sonora. And beyond, Chihuahua and the Laguna in Torreon where their cotton is exported through this port. Almost 50% of the imports in cargo containers, goes to Tijuana, 35% goes to Mexicali and the rest goes to other States and a minimum stays in Ensenada. In Agricultural Bulks, 100% goes to Mexicali and SLRC, Sonora. Minerals and scrap, etc., almost 100% Ensenada, Tijuana 70% and 30% Mexicali (these percentages vary depending on the season and conditions in international markets and the changes of the international and national economy … this port of Baja California and neighbors, currently has a capacity for double what it currently operates, aided by the dry outer harbor of El Sauzal as a control zone, storage and transfer; capacities that are planned to be increased twice in medium-term, with the expansion of mooring places, more space and capacity and drafts of the port basin, etc.
Regional exporters and importers have in this effective and efficient port a guarantee for their production operations, access to all world markets in the seven seas and unsurpassed COMPETITIVENESS … it’s just a matter of SPONSOR it and participate with their remarks, suggestions and recommendations … We the customs brokers, we are not only its operators in logistics and customs clearance of their goods and merchandise, but its eyes and representatives to the various authorities and operators of  cargo and maritime and land transport, and we are here to help them in our agencies and our Customs Brokers Association in aaaens@aaaens.org
 
 
Source: T21


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