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Floating Cranes

One bright idea – many applications

Konecranes Gottwald Floating Cranes come into their own in harbors or waterways with limited quay facilities or none at all, and where quay capacities are exhausted. Based on well-proven Konecranes Gottwald mobile harbor crane technology, they can be used on a floating barge (turnkey solution):

  • On rivers
  • In ports
  • In sheltered waters
  • In coastal waters
  • In open-sea operation

We offer a number of variants.

Configured as a harbour pontoon crane

  • Variant as a barge with a pedestal on which the crane is mounted
  • Variant as a barge with rails on which the crane can be moved
  • Allows multiple hatches without warping the barge

One barge, many benefits

  • Independent of landside handling facilities
  • Low specific investment costs
  • Short delivery lead times
  • Avoids lengthy approval procedures
  • No need for costly purchase of additional land or construction of new quays
  • More, larger vessels can be serviced in the port
  • Quay facilities unnecessary for direct transshipment between seagoing ship and barge
  • When additional capacity is required, floating cranes can supplement land-based handling

Flexible concept

  • Configured to account for ship sizes, cargo types and required handling rates
  • From simple floating cranes through to comprehensive turnkey floating crane solutions

Product

Maximum lifting capacity [t] / up to radius [m]

Maximum radius [m]

Configuration*

Model 2

80 / 18

40

2 / 4

Model 3

100 / 20

46

2

Model 4

100 / 22

46

2 / 4

Model 5

125 / 18

51

2

Model 6

125 / 20

51

2 / 4

Model 7

150 / 18

54

2 / 4

Model 8

200 / 20

61

2 / 4

* 2: Two-rope crane for handling containers, general and project cargo and bulk with motor grab
    4: Four-rope grab variant for professional, heavy-duty bulk handling

Models also available as these types:

Video

Floating Cranes in Midstream Operation
Konecranes Gottwald Floating Cranes come into their own in harbors or waterways with limited quay facilities or none at all, and where quay capacities are exhausted.
Floating Cranes in Open-Sea Operation
Konecranes Gottwald Floating Cranes come into their own in harbors or waterways with limited quay facilities or none at all, and where quay capacities are exhausted.
Floating Cranes in Ship to Shore Operation
Konecranes Gottwald Floating Cranes come into their own in harbors or waterways with limited quay facilities or none at all, and where quay capacities are exhausted.