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e additional features without jcting the basic design concept, luding high pressure hydraulic

I electric drive units as well as ditional low pressure drive itors. The high pressure draulic option is expected to be eased in the second half of 1997 d the electric drive variant in rly 1998. .G To Test IMC Monitoring fstem

Bremer Lagerhaus-Gesellschaft

ILG) is schedueld to test IMC ngineering's digital camera mon- oring system Dicamos. One uayside gantry crane will be fit- id with the system and upon suc- 5ssful results, the remaining BLG antries will be equipped with the

MC system. The Dicamos system eportedly improves damage con- rol on discharged and loaded con- ainers by providing digital images if damaged boxes to a central :laim computer where repair and landling claims decisions can be jerformed. The system has ilready been delivered to the Port )f Gothenburg, Sea-Ro Terminal

Zeebrugge, Purfleet Thames

Terminal, Maersk Container

Terminal in Algeciras, Eurobridge

Terminal in Gent and HLA in



Intercon offers a complete line of winches, hoists, ATB couplers and specialized material handling equipment for commercial and mil- itary applications. Recent applica- tions include shipsets of ATB cou- plers on vessels including Amoco's

Atlanta Bay and Columbia Bay,

Penn Maritime's Theresa and Julie and Bouchard's Danielle

Bouchard. Current winch orders include SD-200 mooring winches for a Santa Fe jack-up rig, swing and ladder hoists for PCC dredge

Mindi, a DD-225 double drum winch for Guidry Brothers and a 30-KIP FADOSS traction winch package for military salvage oper- ations. Production is also in the works on seven shipsets of booms and slewing platforms for 57-ton twin cranes to be installed on new strategic Sealift ships. Deliveries to Avondale and NASSCO are scheduled through 1998.

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Appleton Marine supplies cranes, winches, windlasses and capstans for both military and commercial shipbuilding.

Recent applications include off- shore cranes and anchor pre-ten- sioning winches for various FPSO installations.

Appleton cranes are rated for 15 metric tons with outreaches of up to 131 ft (40 m).

Pre-tensioning winches feature line pulls of up to 400 metric tons with rope storage and spooling winches included when multiple rope sizes are used. Four double drum, waterfall winches with power units are presently on order for the Panama Canal

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