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07 December 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:29 GMT+1



November 13, 2019

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Konecranes will deliver 16 cranes of large square to the Tanger Alliance (Marsa Maroc, Eurogate/Contship Italy and Hapag-Lloyd)

Employees to the new Container will come Terminal 3 of Tanger Med that will be inaugurated to half 2020

The Finnish group Konecranes has received from the Tanger Alliance an order for the supply of 16 cranes to portal on rubber that will be employed in the new Container Terminal 3 (TC3) of the Moroccan port of Tanger Med that is previewed will become operating to half of the next year and will have a annual ability to traffic pairs to 1,5 million teu.

The management of the new terminal is assigned to the Marsa International Tangier Terminals (MINTT), now renamed Tanger Alliance, society originally of entire property of the terminalista society Marsa Maroc, that it is controlled by the Moroccan State, than in the past few months has seen the income in the shareholders of the German terminaliste societies and Italian Eurogate and Contship Italy, than they have acquired 50% of the capital(on 20 March 2019) in order then to yield in recent days a quota 10% to the company of German navigation Hapag-Lloyd. The share compages of Tanger Alliance are time therefore constituted from Marsa Maroc that possesses 50% of the capital stock more an action, from Eurogate and Contship Italy with 40% of vital less an action and from remaining Hapag-Lloyd with 10%.

Konecranes will deliver the 16 rubber tired gantry Crane of the ability to raising of 40 tons in the course of the next year, with the last new means that will be delivered to half July 2020.

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