5 RTGs of DP World started sailing to Sydney, Australia
On February 24, the cargo ship loaded with 5 RTGs of DP World set sail to Sydney, Australia.
The machines were loaded at Runhe Port on February 23. These RTGs adopted the structural design of a large span and high lift, so as to highly conform to the harsh project site and meet the customer's special requirement. The latest Siemens Botu series PLC is adopted for the RTGs under the requirements of the new Australian standards, which has greatly improved the industrial control function of the cranes. In addition, the usage of high-performance encoders and sensors have improved the safety standard of the equipment in the process of operation.
This project is also the fourth time of cooperation between RIC and DP World and the third batch of projects delivered to DP World Port Botany. RIC continues to practice the concept of "Perfect Performance", and create value for customers, as well as build the company into an international equipment supplier.