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Genma MHC trio delivered to India

Genma (Nantong Rainbow Heavy Industries) has reported the delivery of three GHC 100 mobile harbour cranes to J M Baxi Group in Paradip Port.
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This order for Genma MHCs, the company’s second outside China, was first reported in April 2017.

The cranes were dispatched fully erect from Rugao port in Jiangsu. They can be used for handling containers, general cargo and bulk, and can be quickly switched between container spreader, hook and grab.

They are described by Genma as “second generation” machines. Features include a full-rotation chassis, so less space is required for manoeuvring, and a self-levelling system. The container handling spreader has an automatic centring and self-aligning function.

The power room and engine room are equipped with an automatic fire suppression system. The previous H-shaped steel structure has been replaced with an octahedral tower structure to provide more stability, especially in grab operation.

A local service team has been hired and trained, says Genma.

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