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Aug 12, 2021
Four new cranes for Port of Liverpool as Peel Ports makes big jobs announcement The cranes have travelled almost 12,000 miles 11:14, 12 AUG 2021 Sign up to FREE email alerts from BusinessLive North West Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Peel Ports Group has welcomed four huge new cranes to the Port of Liverpool as part of the next phase of the £400m Liverpool2 project. The firm today announced four new operational cantilever rail-mounted gantry (CRMG) cranes opening up an additional 15 acres of yard capacity as part of the scheme. The four new additions are on top of five new structures that arrived from Shanghai earlier this year - taking the total number of CRMG cranes at Liverpool2 to 16. Once completed, Peel Ports said it will provide global shipping companies reliable access to major import and export centres at the heart of the UK, to further increase capabilities and support increased demand. It added that the next phase of work will mean the creation of over 150 new jobs for the region. David Huck, managing director at Peel Ports said: “This significant project milestone demonstrates our continued investment in our customers and response to the Port of Liverpool’s growth trajectory as we increase our capacity and market share further. “The majority of the UK and Ireland live closer to the Port of Liverpool than to Felixstowe, London and Southampton, and this represents a catchment of over 35 million people. “The Port of Liverpool’s strategic location provides reliable access to major import and export centres at the heart of the UK, and an unrivalled connectivity to Ireland via our Irish Sea Hub”. Latest Liverpool City Region Business News The new cranes are intended to help increase throughput and productivity at the port - and have travelled almost 12,000 miles. They join 12 existing CRMGs and eight ship-to-shore (STS) cranes at Liverpool2, all of which were supplied by Chinese manufacturer Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co (ZPMC) and delivered in phase one of the project. Have you followed our BusinessLive North West LinkedIn page yet? Click here for the latest updates, stories and analysis from across the region. From mid-September 2021, work on the third and final phase of the landside project is expected to be fully commissioned. This will see an additional five acres of yard capacity and another six CRMG’s come online, which will total 10 CRMG’s and 20 acres of yard capacity in this second phase. That will be supported by over 150 new skilled jobs on Merseyside, with 90 already recruited, trained and deployed this year. Read More
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