Super Freight moves 2 new Rail mounted Ship-to-Shore Cranes to JNPCT

मुंबई Mumbai: It is reported that Super Freight has moved the 2nd and 3rd new rail mounted ship-to-shore cranes from Pipavav to JN Port’s Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal.

It had brought the first crane to the terminal in November.

The Super Post-Panamax cranes have a height of about 115 metres and weigh around 1,500 tonne.

The movement by barge from Pipavav and the discharge at JN Port were meticulously planned and executed by Super Freight, which it does with all its projects. This is yet another job successfully handled by the company.

Founded in January 2000, Super Freight is a privately-owned international freight and project forwarder. With its global network of competent partners, it offers comprehensive multimodal end-to-end transport and forwarding solutions for every cargo, tailored to specific customer requirements. Its team of highly experienced professionals is committed to deliver flexible, proactive and reliable service to clients.