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June 12, 2012

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APM Terminals under construction orders to new crane for the terminal in the area Maasvlakte di Rotterdam

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APM Terminals Maasvlakte II, the branch of group APM Terminals that will manage terminalistiche areas in the new harbour zone Maasvlakte di Rotterdam, has ordered to the Austrian producer Hans Künz GmbH the supply of 26 automated cranes to portal on rubber and of two crane on railroads. The new means of raising, that constituents will be equipped of systems and automation of Helvetian ABB, will be employed in the terminal to the Maasvlakte that the Dutch group will inaugurate in November 2014.

Moreover APM Terminals has announced that the order last March for 36 Lift attendant Guided Vehicles (Lift attendant) with feeding diesel engine-electrical worker ( of 19 March 2012) is transformed in as many means of the same type but equipped of single electric power supply. “This order - the managing director of APM Terminals Maasvlakte II has commented, Frank Tazelaar - demonstrates to our engagement in imagining always new ways to manage our activities. Three years ago, when we have decided to plan the terminal of the future, were not available batteries with this technology. Our engineers have had the farsightedness to meet with Gottwald and to create a new more apt solution to the difficult today's economic context. And little time makes the phases of test has shown that the performances of which we had need, for which today has changed our order towards more silent and efficient means”.

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