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Spain : Adif tenders the acquisition of a mobile crane for the merchandise terminal of Bilbao-Puerto
Publish Date : 02-Dec-2019
It is a Reach-Staker type crane, designed to operate in port terminals, container depots and in the intermodal sector, which allows loading and moving logistics operations quickly and efficiently.
Adif has tendered, for 544,500 euros (VAT included), the acquisition of a mobile container handling and stacking crane for the Bilbao-Port freight terminal, located in Santurtzi.
The purpose of the contract is the purchase of a mobile crane type Reach-Staker, which allows to carry out the logistics operations of loading and movement quickly and efficiently. These types of cranes are specially designed to operate in port terminals, container depots and in the intermodal sector.
The acquisition of this crane will favor the activities carried out in the terminal, which basically consist of loading and unloading operations and complementary operations of containers that are transported by rail and that have their origin or destination, in addition to this means , the seaway or the road.
Bilbao-Puerto Logistics Center
The facilities of Bilbao-Puerto have 9 electrified tracks, with lengths ranging from 737 meters, the longest, to 150 meters which is the shortest route.
In order to carry out its activity, Adif has two beaches with perfectly lit and paved roads in the center. One of them, of 27,000 square meters, is dedicated exclusively to container traffic, while in which it occupies an area of 8,545 square meters, logistics operations are carried out with freight trains of general cargo.