Gottwald for Broekman

Dutch logistics company Broekman Logistics has taken delivery of its first diesel-electric Gottwald G HMK 4406 Model 4 mobile harbour crane for its terminal in the port of Rotterdam.

The 100 tonne G HMK 4406 can take its maximum capacity to a radius of 46 metres, with lifting speeds of up to 90 metres a minute. Features include LED lights to illuminate the crane’s working area, a hoisting height assistant and a land-side lowering function. It will be used to handle breakbulk and containers at its terminal.

Rob van Dijk, director of operations at Broekman Logistics, said: “We want our terminal to develop and grow continuously, along with the ambitions of our customers. To prepare for the future and build new business, we are willing to invest in projects, expansions and new equipment. We chose Konecranes because we were looking for a high-performance crane that would allow us to handle bigger volumes.”
Broekman Logistics' new Gottwald Model 4 harbour crane at the port of Rotterdam


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