MONFALCONE – A 90-tonne reactor headed for Spain was loaded today at the port of Monfalcone.
The loading operations were carried out by Compagnia portuale di Monfalcone, recently passed into the orbit of FHP (F2i Holding Portuale).
The lifting of the equipment took place with two cranes in tandem, following the arrival at the quay on October 2 of the new Liebherr with a capacity of 144 tons. With the arrival of the second crane, CPM has now at its disposal a twin lift capacity of 288 tons, which confirms the will to keep the Friuli Venezia Giulia port of call as a reference point for project cargo.
The cargo was handled by the shipping agent Ferest Shipping, as already happened last October 20, when, with destination USA, about 50 thousand cubic meters of equipment in boxes were loaded.
It’s news of a few days, instead, the possible “recovery” of Spliethoff with a regular line, after the vicissitudes that had seen the Dutch company leaving Monfalcone for Porto Marghera.