PACECO GROUP took the chance offered by TECH TOC within the framework of TOC EUROPE 2022 to present its local production & consumption Hydrogen Model at the Port of LA, U.S.A. for a transition to Zero Emissions of Port Cargo Handling Equipment thanks to a Fuel Cell POWER MODULE as part of the Green Profit Session.
Welcome to the Green Profit Session of TECH TOC Seminars 2022
We are really looking forward to this year´s TOC EUROPE which will be taking place from 14th to 16th June 2022 in Rotterdam (Netherlands). We will be glad to welcome you at Booth D100!
PACECO GROUP: key element to the capacity increase and to meet the growing demands of the Yilport Liscont (Portugal) Container Terminal thanks to the delivery of four new Ship-to-Shore cranes.
PACECO GROUP contributes to the expansion and capacity increase to meet the growing demands of the Yilport Gävle (Sweden) Container Terminal.
Renewable hydrogen and fuel cells are bursting into the world of container cranes. RTG cranes are currently causing 60% of the CO2 emissions in container terminals while being one of the main energy consumer elements (their consumption is estimated at approximately 40-50% of the total consumption of the terminal).
Ports 4.0. Fund selects paceco momentum’s “e-h2 rtg” project, which aims to make a decisive contribution to sustainability in the container handling industry.
Mitsui E&S Machinery Co., Ltd. (MES-M) and PACECO® Corp. (PACECO) involved in a local production and consumption hydrogen model at the PORT OF LA, U.S.A. aiming for the transition to Fuel Cell of port cargo handling machinery and drayage trucks.
Project to demonstrate a local production and consumption hydrogen model at the PORT OF LA, U.S.A. aiming for the transition to Fuel Cell of port cargo handling machinery and dredge trucks
PACECO GROUP achieves a new milestone on the path towards port decarbonization. Thanks to the delivery of four state-of-the-art NZE (Near-Zero Emission) cranes, NYK Line and UNI-X NCT Corporation (UNI-X) can begin the conversion to an environmentally sustainable operation in line with the goal set in 2021 of achieving carbon neutrality by 2040. The acquired environmental engagement implies converting all cargo handling equipment at the NYK Tokyo Container Terminal to Zero-Emission equipment. The initiative also aligns with the carbon neutral port concept promoted by Japan´s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at ports.