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German Consortium Delivers
Hopper Suction Dredger Bali II
To Indonesian Company
Bali II, the first of three 5,000- cu.-m. hopper suction dredgers on order by a German consortium, was delivered in Stralsund to the Minis- try of Communications of the Re- public of Indonesia. Built by a con- sortium comprising the Volkswerft
GmbH shipyard, Stralsund and the marine technology product group of
Krupp Fordertechnik GmbH,
Lubeck, the dredger is to be used by
PT (Persero) Pengerukan Indone- sia, Jakarta, for harbor and water- way maintenance.
Bali II is 413 feet (126 m) long with a beam of 59 feet (18 m) and a draft of 13.5 feet (4 m). The second hopper suction dredger with the same dimensions will be delivered at the end of April 1994. The third, scheduled for supply in the second half of 1994, is a self-propelled cutterhead dredger. On Bali II
Krupp Fordertechnik was respon- sible for the engineering and the supply of state-of-the-art dredger equipment.
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Port Of Portland Finalizes
Crane Construction Project
The Port of Portland Commission awarded a $2,408,880 contract to
Copenhagen Utilities & Construc- tion (Copenhagen) of Clackamas,
Ore., which is the final link in the chain of contracts required for the crane expansion program at Termi- nal 6 on the Columbia River. The crane expansion program includes acquisition of a new post-Panamax container crane from Hyundai
Heavy Industries, Korea, as well as improvements to the existing crane rails and utility system to support the new crane.
The Copenhagen contract is for work at Terminal 6 berths 604 and 605 constructing new 100-foot-gauge crane rails, modifying the storm water drainage system and install- ing crane electric service. Construc- tion is scheduled from spring 1994 to autumn 1994, prior to the deliv- ery of the new crane.
The new crane is expected to be delivered in early 1995, when it will be assembled and tested. The sched- ule calls for it to be in service by late 1995. It will join the port's eight other container cranes. A second post-Panamax crane maybe needed at Terminal 6 as early as 1997. For more information from the Port of
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BALI II EQUIPMENT LIST
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Generator drive Yanmar
Emergency diesel KHD-MWM
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