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APM Terminals to Retrofit and Electrify RTG Fleet Worldwide
Monday, 07 March 2011 11:02

APM Terminals has embarked on a program to convert and retrofit more than 400 Rubber-Tired Gantry Cranes (RTGs) in use throughout the APM Terminals Global Port, Terminal and Inland Services Network to a combination electric and diesel power as a measure to reduce both costs and emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the current diesel-powered RTG fleet.  RTGs, which are used to move loaded and unloaded containers at the terminals, are usually powered by diesel engines. The new power supply will be a combination of electricity and diesel, utilizing a busbar- a rail providing access to electrical power. Recent technological advances have made such a hybrid power option possible for RTGs. "Early RTG electrification systems restricted operational flexibility, as the machines were either permanently stuck to the busbar, or operated with a long coil of electrical cable on its side.


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