We are honoured to announce the contract award for the delivery of 28 Terex Straddle Carriers Noell SC644 E, diesel-electric units in 4-high version, to Transnet Port Terminals, Durban Container Terminal in South Africa.
The ordered Terex Straddle Carriers will be handed over to our customer in Durban from September through December 2011, while the contract contains as well an option for 22 additional units with the same configuration to be supplied to Transnet in 2012 and 2013. Further, Terex Noell has contractually agreed to organize comprehensive training sessions taking place in Germany and in South Africa for Transnet’s staff. These intensive trainings are meant to bring the highly innovative Noell diesel-electric technology close to Transnet’s operation and service personnel, which is a completely new Straddle Carrier generation for them. Additional measures under a comprehensive CSDP Program have been agreed as well.
The contract signing ceremony took place on the 30th June 2011, where we have been pleased to welcome Mr. Brian Molefe (middle of picture), Group Chief Executive Officer Transnet, and Mr. Karl Socikwa (right-hand side), Chief Executive Officer Transnet Port Terminals, in Germany. The below picture shows them with Mr. Guido Luini, Managing Director of Noell Mobile Systems GmbH after contract signature.

Having received this outstanding order was an important milestone for us to expand once more our strong Terex Noell Straddle Carrier fleet presence in the region, especially on the African continent.


We thank Transnet Port Terminals once again for their appreciated order and trust and thus, are looking forward to further intensify our amicable partnership in the near future!

 

 

 

We are glad to announce, Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC), in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has recently awarded Terex Port Equipment a contract for 20 Terex® Noell SC624E diesel-electric Sprinter Carriers - 1 over 1, 9’ 6”. The Sprinter Carriers will see service in the new Khalifa Port which is currently being constructed at Al Taweelah in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. The first phase of the Port will see its infrastructure completed by Q4, 2012.

The Terex Noell Sprinter Carriers will be operational in the new Port no later than mid 2012. “The contract includes an option for ADPC to order additional Sprinter Carrier units for the second phase of the new port’s development” said Waleed Hammad - Vice President of Corporate Procurement of ADPC.

“We are proud to have been chosen by ADPC to provide our world-class Diesel-Electric Sprinter Carriers to this important new port,” said Guido Luini, Managing Director, Noell Mobile Systems GmbH. “ADPC has chosen our diesel-electric Sprinter Carriers after careful analysis. This large order is evidence of the confidence that large port authorities like ADPC have in the quality of our company’s equipment, expertise, customer service and after-sales support.”

“This order from ADPC is a step further toward our goal of establishing Terex Noell Sprinter Carriers as the leading equipment choice for horizontal container transportation in all major port terminals worldwide.” said Thomas Ostermann, Vice President, Terex Cranes. “Another of our key objectives is to establish Terex Noell Sprinters as the most effective and flexible solution for semi-automated Greenfield terminals and ADPC is on its way to becoming one of the largest port terminal developers in the world.”

This is the second Terex® Noell SC624E Sprinter Carrier contract awarded to the company in recent months, following 4 diesel-electric units that were delivered to CSXI, North Baltimore (USA) and a contract for 20 diesel-hydraulic NSC422H units for Hyundai Development Corporation for the new port of Busan, South Korea. Both the Abu Dhabi and South Korea projects will be operating their Sprinter Carriers in semi-automated terminals.

This order confirms Terex® as the dominant brand in the market of Sprinter Carriers.

 

WESTPORT, CT, July 27, 2009 –Terex Corporation (NYSE: TEX) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of the port equipment businesses of Fantuzzi Industries S.a.r.l and Noell Crane for net consideration of approximately €155 million. Financial arrangements were made with existing financial creditors of Fantuzzi to provide Terex with long-term financing on favorable terms for substantially all of the acquisition price.

“We are quite pleased that Fantuzzi and Noell and their team members are now part of the Terex Cranes family,” said Rick Nichols, President, Terex Cranes. “Fantuzzi and Noell are unquestionably leaders in the design, manufacture and service of port equipment, and although the global economy is slow today, the longer term prospects for intermodal transportation remain very attractive and substantial in scope. This acquisition also helps diversify our Cranes business, and expands the product offering of Terex Cranes to the port industry beyond our current stacker product line.”

The existing Terex reach stacker product line will be joined by the Fantuzzi product range that includes Noell branded straddle carriers, both Fantuzzi and Noell branded rail and rubber tired gantry cranes, mobile harbor cranes, ship-to-shore cranes, and reach stackers and forklift trucks designed to improve port productivity and throughput.


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After the celebration of 40 years of Straddle Carriers’ manufacturing and the delivery of No. 2000, we have been honored receiving repeated orders from PSA HNN Group – MSC HT Belgium for in total 53 diesel-electric Noell Straddle Carriers. The supply will be entirely made in Antwerp.


This confirms that Noell Mobile Systems GmbH represents the benchmark in this technology: a clear sign of the commitment from our team which always dedicates the best efforts to keep customers fully satisfied.

We thank PSA HNN Group - MSC HT Belgium for these orders and are looking forward to these important and specific Straddle Carrier deliveries!



Noell Mobile Systems GmbH and VPA Virginia Port Authority signed, on 07th February 2008, the contract for the delivery of about 33 diesel-electric Noell Straddle Carriers, NSC 634 E, to Norfolk. This is the biggest single contract ever signed for Noell Straddle Carriers.


Thus, Noell Mobile Systems GmbH thanks once again the Virgina Port Authority for the given trust and is looking forward to an ongoing fruitful partnership.

 

In Summer 2007 Noell Mobile Systems GmbH received an Straddle Carrier order from TCB, Container Terminal Barcelona, for the first time. Meanwhile, all 12 diesel-electric Noell Straddle Carriers NSC 644 E are running sucessfully and on the 23rd January 2008 it was the right time to celebrate this during an official ceremony hold at the terminal.

 

We thank TCB very much for this order which was a milestone in the Southern Europe market and we are looking forward to future Straddle Carrier deliveries.