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From the center of archipelago, the fifteen cranes of the first phase of Yangshan deep water harbour, ready to meet world biggest vessels in december 2005. Builded in Shanghai's ZMPC, these last generation cranes are fully equiped with hi-tech radio recognition container localisation, which makes handling faster (less than 90 seconds  for a full take off-landing one) and reduce service mistaking risk. Also, these cranes are able to handle two containers in a row for a maxi weight of 65 tons and a 60 meter range.
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From the center of archipelago, the fifteen cranes of the first phase of Yangshan deep water harbour, ready to meet world biggest vessels in december 2005. Builded in Shanghai's ZMPC, these last generation cranes are fully equiped with hi-tech radio recognition container localisation, which makes handling faster (less than 90 seconds for a full take off-landing one) and reduce service mistaking risk. Also, these cranes are able to handle two containers in a row for a maxi weight of 65 tons and a 60 meter range.

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