Doosan Vina Completed 12 RMQC Cranes for BMCT, India

Doosan Vina Completed 12 RMQC Cranes for BMCT, India - 

Nearly fourty months since the BMCTPL RMQC 12 Units contract was signed on January 28, 2016 with Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals Private Limited (India) and deployed to produce in April 2016, the project was completed after the fourth batch of three Rail Mounted Quayside Cranes (RMQC) were sucessfully delivered to this strategic customer.

Mr. Jeong Young Chil, Doosan Vina CEO & GD (the fourth, from left) and the company leaders at the ceremony

Accordingly, these twelve ship-to-shore cargo container cranes were divided into four batches of three units each and were produced as well as shipped in May 2017, September 2017, March 2018 and today April 2nd 2019. These plug-to-play RMQCs were designed, fabricated, assembled and exported from the company purposed built port.

Each RMQC weighs 1,480 tons and is 73.8m high, 143m long, 26m wide. They’re designed to handle cargo containers of up to 65 tons.

MHS shop completes the BMCTPL RMQC final batch

After arriving at BMCT port, these RMQCs will be tested, commissioned and delivered to the customer and because these “Made in Vietnam” cranes were fully assembled prior to shipment, they will soon be able to begin loading and unloading cargo at their new home in India.

The final batch is shipped to India

Completing this big scale order is a pride of Doosan Vina in general and the MHS shop in particular. To date, the MHS shop have provided a total of 83 RMQC cranes and RTGC cranes for both domestic and international seaports. Our key markets are PSA (Singapore), JNPT (India), Samarinda (Indonesia) and some inland Vietnam ports.

"Doosan Vina is a high tech industrial complex in the Dung Quat Economic Zone of Central Vietnam’s Quang Ngai Province employing 2,000 Vietnamese. The company supplies the mega infrastructure products that make modern life a reality. Doosan Vina’s products include: Boilers for thermal power plants, Desalination plants the size of a football pitch that turn sea water into fresh, Material Handling Systems like cranes that are the heart of logistics at ports around the world, and structural steel for buildings and infrastructure developments. To date the company has exported products valued at $2.4 billion".

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