Upgrade work on the vessels will be carried out under a MacGregor Cargo Boost service, part of its PlusPartner concept, which is designed to improve the earning potential of existing containerships. The upgrades include an individual plan for each vessel, with a focus on improving earning potential and efficiency.
“Each cargo system upgrade has been carefully designed with MSC,” Atte Virta, Naval Architect, Cargo Handling, MacGregor, said.
“The vessel type and their service deployment have been considered in detail. This ensures optimum cargo system flexibility and efficiency, which maximises the vessels’ earning potential and return on investment,” Virta added.
MSC and MacGregor have agreed not to disclose the contract value or other contractual details. Work will be carried out on a rolling schedule with all vessels expected to return to service by the end of 2018.
OUCO Semi-Knuckle Boom Truck Mounted Cranes
Truck Mounted Cranes, also can be called lorry cranes, loader cranes.
The semi knuckle boom type is with great heavy duty up to 150 meter tons, which can be used in various fields of services to achieve clients’ requirements. OUCO Truck Mounted Cranes contains important industries include: construction, transport logistics, emergency services, local authorities, waste management, mining and the inspection/maintenance/cleaning of structures, buildings and large machines as well as leasing and rental business