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RHC inks deal to supply ship-unloader to Indonesia

RHC Deutschland GmbH has signed a contract with PT PP of Indonesia for the supply of a ship-unloader.

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The Germany company said it reached the agreement through an E-Procurement Tender with PT PP for PT Pupuk Iskandar Muda (PT PIM) to enter into a contract for the supply of one ship-unloader with a maximum capacity of 1,250 tph, and a rated capacity of 1,000 tph to be used at PT PIM’s New Jetty for its NPK (fertiliser) project in Aceh, Indonesia.


“RHC of Germany is pleased to be able to finalise such an important contract, despite many options in the global marketplace, meaning the vision of PT PP & PT PIM is for the crane’s better performances and lower OPEX costs,” stated RHC.


“RHC is also confident that delivering the RHC ship-unloader to PIM in Aceh will help it to reach the highest sales targets in Indonesia, as well in across South East Asia, the most buoyant market of the world.”


RHC describes itself as “a team of dedicated global engineering and commercial professionals with over 200 years’ accumulated experience in heavy-duty machinery working with international companies, specialised in industrial products from most potential manufacturers in Asia, making sure that clients’ requirements are correctly understood and implemented”.


Generally supplying third-party Chinese-made equipment, the German company claims that it “controls and guarantees that quality level and delivery time are matched for the complete client satisfaction”.


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