SSA Terminals in Oakland is taking delivery of these three bad boys. These huge cranes lowered their booms to pass under the Golden Gate Bridge last week. At 300ft tall and able to reach 225ft across, they are the biggest in Oakland and among the biggest in the US. These cranes are capable of handling container loading/unloading operations on the latest generation of megaships.
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We are excited about these new cranes and what they mean for the long-term success of the Port of Oakland.

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