24 Nov EUROPORTS invests in the future
Rostock, 24. November 2021
Following the EUROPORTS group’s strategy to reduce its emissions in the coming 10 years by 40%, EUROPORTS is strongly focusing on environmental-friendly technologies.
„In Germany, we want to further strengthen the handling performance at our bulk terminal. In the coming year, we are not only investing in a new crane to be even more efficient, but we also want to make our contribution to sustainability,“ says Karsten Lentz Managing Director of the EUROPORTS Germany Group. „We have opted for a fully electric crane, the LPS 420 E. In the future, the crane will be used to handle all types of goods at this terminal. In addition to building materials, this also includes ores, lime, gypsum, wood chips, and many more,“ adds Lentz.
EUROPORTS invests in the future
EUROPORTS Germany will invest in an all-electric gantry crane from Liebherr in the coming year. The LPS 420 E will provide more performance at the bulk terminal. This will not only expand handling options for customers but also invest in a lower CO2 footprint. EUROPORTS is planning even more investments in electric mobility over the next few years and would like to make a major contribution to climate neutrality.