Details of our participation at TOCEurope

 Details of our participation at TOCEurope

Cavotec will be exhibiting at this year’s TOC Europe, held in Antwerp, Belgium, at Stand G18. Billed as the “global forum for ports, terminal operators, shipping lines, 3PLs and BCOs where you can meet the people who own, move and handle large volumes of containers,” this year’s event runs between June 12 and June 14.

As well as meeting friends and colleagues, we will be demonstrating how our customers are improving productivity and sustainability with Cavotec’s innovative technologies such as MoorMaster™ automated mooring and shore power systems, Panzerbelt cable protection systems, crane controllers, power chains and connectors, radio remote controls, motorised and spring driven cable reels and steel chains.


Cavotec film: mission accomplished

Cavotec film trip is complete

Job done: Mårten Ivert Michael Scheepers Oskar Willers complete shooting at Maher Terminals in Newark NJ

After a whirlwind two-week world tour that encompassed four countries and eight shoots, the Cavotec film crew’s mission to gather footage for a new Cavotec corporate film is complete.

Filming got underway at Frankfurt Airport where we shot our ground support systems that service aircraft there. Our next stop was the Danish port of Saelvig to film our MoorMaster™ automated mooring units.

The team then headed Down Under to shoot the newest MoorMaster application at Port Hedland, Western Australia. The US West Coast was next up, where we filmed shore-to-ship power systems at the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Oakland.

We then made a brief stop at Los Vegas’ McCarran International Airport to get some additional ground support equipment footage.

The final leg of the tour took us to APMT at the Port of Virginia to shoot spreader reels, before our final shoot at Maher Terminals in Newark, NJ, where we got some excellent shots of Panzerbelt cable protection systems and vast cable reels on STS cranes.

The film crew was myself, cameraman Mårten Ivert and photographer Oskar Willers. We used Canon 5D and 7D cameras, 16-35mm, 24-70mm, 70-200mm L-series zooms and a 11-24mm Tokina lens. The tripods were Sachtler and Gitzo.

View images from the trip on our Facebook page.

Our grateful thanks to everyone who made the trip go so smoothly.

We’ll be publishing selected shots from the tour in the weeks ahead. The final version of the film will be ready after the summer.