|CMIT sets productivity benchmark for Vietnam|
|Friday, 01 June 2012 11:29|
In the month of May, Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT) set two important new productivity benchmarks for container terminals in Vietnam.While handling Maersk Line’s vessel, the 116,100 DWT, 9,038 TEU 'MV Mette Maersk', CMIT handled 2,100 containers during an 11 hour, 30 minute port stay. Gross crane productivity was 43 container moves per hour, resulting in berth productivity of 183 moves per hour.
“This is certainly the first time CMIT has crossed the important benchmark of 40 crane moves per hour, and we believe we are the first container terminal in Vietnam to have done so”, commented Steen Davidsen, CMIT’s General Director. “We also believe our berth productivity of 183 moves per hour using just 5 Ship-To-Shore cranes sets a new benchmark for Vietnam” he added.
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