Tuesday, October 26th, 2010
Four years ago a trans-shipment jetty was built on the Mozambique coast to serve the Moma Sands mine, enabling the transfer of titanium ore and other heavy mineral ores to large vessels moored offshore.
The initial fender installation was not up to capacity for normal operations. QuayQuip are replacing the four existing single-cone systems with tougher double-cone systems that absorb quadruple the energy, and adding four more on the opposite side to create a double-sided berth. New Donut fenders (also known as ‘monopile fenders’) guide motorised, self-loading/unloading barges safely around the end of the jetty. Read more…Share this:LinkedInFacebookTwitterGoogle +1EmailMoreStumbleUponDiggTumblrRedditPocket