NEWS-ARCHIV 2014

28.11.2014 / ARDELT: QUALITY PAYS OFF – 30TH TUKAN IN VIETNAM

In Vietnam, the 30th Tukan and thus the 38th Ardelt harbor crane in the Southeast Asian country has been commissioned. In 1989, the first two cranes, two double jib level luffing cranes type Kondor, had been assembled at the Chua...[Leer más]


03.09.2014 / ARDELT: OFFICIAL CEREMONY FOR KRANICH 3000

With an official ceremony, the Kranich 3000 was commissioned on 26 August in the port of Brest, France. In the presence of the Vice-President of the Bretagne region, the Vice-President of the department Finistère, the President...[Leer más]


23.06.2014 / ARDELT: ASSEMBLY WORK OF KRANICH 3000 IN BREST IN PROGRESS

In the commercial port of Brest, the Kranich 3000 is growing constantly. Nine service technicians, thereof the foreman electrics, three electricians, four metal workers and the construction supervisor are in the harbor to manage...[Leer más]


20.06.2014 / ARDELT: NEW PRODUCT MOVIE ON MULTI-PURPOSE CRANE TUKAN

The new product movie on our multi-purpose crane Tukan for the handling of cargo, bulk, heavy duty lifts and containers in harbors and yards is now available on our website and our social media channels YouTube and Facebook....[Leer más]


04.04.2014 / ARDELT: KRANICH 3000 IN DELIVERY TO BREST

A crane type Kranich 3000 is currently being delivered to France. This single jib crane will be used in a shipyard, precisely at dock 2 of the commercial port in Brest. For the handling of ship components and complete ship parts,...[Leer más]


27.02.2014 / ARDELT: 2 TUKAN 1500 SHIPPED TO TUNESIA

A heavy-lift carrier with two completely assembled cranes type Tukan 1500 has now left the harbour of Wilhelmshaven. The vessel is on its way to the Tunesian port cities Sfax and Gabes. The stationary double jib level luffing...[Leer más]


30.01.2014 / ARDELT: KRANICH ORDER AS RE-ENTRY ON BRAZILIAN MARKET

With the order for one Kranich and the related re-entry of Ardelt on the Brazilian market, the Kranunion Ltda. in Rio de Janeiro is celebrating its first success. North of ERG1, the first shipyard that is already in operation,...[Leer más]