Wednesday, 31 October 2018

The Official Word on Damage to Crane in Port of PE





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The TNPA released this brief statement this afternoon:
Port Elizabeth experienced winds in excess of 50 knots per hour on Tuesday morning. This resulted in the damage of a Transnet Port Terminals ship–to–shore crane on the quayside.
No employees were injured. The Engineering team is currently assessing the extent of the damage however, the crane has been secured. The Port Elizabeth Container Terminal is currently wind bound.
A business continuity plan has been implemented in an effort to limit any further impact on operations.
Images:
Container Crane
Damaged Container Straddle Carrier
Damaged Crane
Part of the Straddle Carrier in the Sea
Harbour Crane Kyle
Port of Port Elizabeth Container Crane ‘resting’. Photo: Kyle De Very
Port Elizabeth Container Crane Blown Over
Port of Port Elizabeth crane blown over in strong winds on Tuesday 30 October 2018. Image from MANY WhatsApp groups.




Read more:  http://mype.co.za/new/the-official-word-on-damage-to-crane-in-port-of-pe/109204/2018/10#ixzz5VRpGrOIY




  

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