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Krupp GMH315
4
Krupp GMH315
20.0 T
Harbour Crane
France, Basse Normandie (61)
Liebherr LHM 150
6
Liebherr LHM 150
36.0 T
Harbour Crane
Germany Nordrhein-Westfalen
Liebherr LHM 320
5
Liebherr LHM 320
104.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Liebherr LHM 250
5
Liebherr LHM 250
64.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Gottwald HMK 170 E
2
Gottwald HMK 170 E
63.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Gottwald HMK 280 E
5
Gottwald HMK 280 E
100.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Gottwald HMK 260 E
5
Gottwald HMK 260 E
100.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Liebherr LHM 550
3
Liebherr LHM 550
104.0 T
Harbour Crane
Germany Bayern
Sennebogen HMC 6120
4
Sennebogen HMC 6120
100.0 T
Harbour Crane
Germany Nordrhein-Westfalen
Sennebogen HMC 6120
4
Sennebogen HMC 6120
100.0 T
Harbour Crane
Norway
Italgru 180 P
1
Italgru 180 P
20.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Gottwald HMK 90 E
4
Gottwald HMK 90 E
18.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Liebherr LHM 400 Litronic
1
Liebherr LHM 400 Litronic
104.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Gottwald HMK 360 E
2
Gottwald HMK 360 E
120.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Gottwald HMK 260 E
1
Gottwald HMK 260 E
100.0 T
Harbour Crane
Netherlands
Shuttlelift ISL50
4
Shuttlelift ISL50
65.0 T
Harbour Crane
USA Connecticut
Fantuzzi Reggiane TEREX RAPTOR
2
Fantuzzi Reggiane TEREX RAPTOR
45.0 T
Harbour Crane
Italy, Lombardia (MN)
MI-JACK MJ30
6
MI-JACK MJ30
27.2 T
Harbour Crane
Canada Ontario
CMR B 160
2
CMR B 160
160.0 T
Harbour Crane
Italy, Liguria (GE)
Luna GC-200/32 A
10
Luna GC-200/32 A
200.0 T
Harbour Crane
Spain, Cataluña (B)
120,000
CMR
1
CMR
200.0 T
Harbour Crane
Russia, Центральный (MOS)
Fantuzzi Reggiane MHC 5150
7
Fantuzzi Reggiane MHC 5150
150.0 T
Harbour Crane
Russia, Центральный (MOS)

Harbour Crane

Harbour Crane History

A harbour crane is one of the biggest contruction equipment. This kind of material handling equipment is used in ports and shipyards for loading, unloading, repairing and building ships. Port and shipyard cranes are similar to each other.
Harbour cranes can be fixed, railed or floating. Their construction enables them to perform several activities at the same time: to lift and sink the load, to rotate, to travel on the rails along the quay and to move the boom.

The first harbour cranes were built already in the Middle Ages. A crane of these times was equipped with a slewing ring. It was set in motion by people walking inside on a treadwheel. Historic dockside cranes are still to be seen in European harbour cities. The oldest one is the 14th century crane over the Motlawa River in Gdansk (Poland). It used to play the double role as a gate of the city fortification and a crane. The crane mechanism is situated between two brick towers. With 4 tons lifting capacity and 11 me lifting height the crane was used for cargo reloading and putting up the ship masts. Other famous and well preserved cranes can be seen in Utrecht (Netherlands), Treves Germany), Bruges (Belgium) and other European harbour cities.

Harbour Crane

Harbour Crane

The use of Harbour Crane today

Nowadays there are different kinds of harbour cranes, designed for different working conditions and loads:
•    gantry crane (bridge crane, overhead crane);
•    jib crane;
•    bulk-handling crane;
•    level-luffing crane;
•    deck crane (floating crane).
Harbour cranes and other heavy equipment is made by Demag, Liebherr, Gottwald, Konecranes, Carl Stahl, GH Intertech etc.