Cavotec will be exhibiting at one of Asia’s premier conferences and exhibitions for the ports, shipping and terminal industries, TOC Asia 2011, that gets underway on March 15.
We will also be delivering a paper entitled ‘Electrification: a cost effective and environmental friendly solution in ports’, at the event’s Innovation Forum on March 16.
Ports & maritime technologies
Cavotec will be showcasing it’s range of port maritime technologies that includes automated mooring systems and shore power systems, Panzerbelt cable protection systems, crane controllers, marine propulsion slip rings, power chains and power connectors, radio remote control systems, motorised cable reels, spring driven electric cable reels and steel chains.
The Cavotec stand is A 26.
In his presentation, Cavotec’s Group Market Unit Manager Ports & Maritime, Luciano Corbetta, will describe the potential economic and environmental benefits of introducing shore power or ‘cold ironing’ to power vessels when in port.
Working with partners in the industry, Cavotec has developed shore power technologies at ports maritime across Northern Europe, such as Gothenburg, and in Canada and the US: