News

First E-RTG conductor rail system in South America
30.11.2011

Installation of the plug-in E-RTG system by Conductix-Wampfler successfully completed / savings in diesel consumption of container cranes / next phase of expansion already on the drawing board

E-RTG Drive-In L
24.11.2011

To noticeably reduce fuel costs, more and more port operators are converting their cranes from diesel to electric. The new “Drive-In L” solution from Conductix-Wampfler is an especially innovative development

Intelligent Cities 2011 Hamburg
16.11.2011

New generation of the wireless charging system IPT®Charge has been presented at Intelligent Cities in Hamburg.

E-RTG Drive-In L
25.10.2011

The new “Drive-In L” solution from Conductix-Wampfler is an especially innovative development that already works without any pneumatic or hydraulic components at all

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05.08.2011

Optical polymer fibers guarantee the contact-free, rotating transmission of large quantities of data or Fast Ethernet over optical fibers. Fiber lengths can be up to 50 meters per channel, if used together with Conductix-Wampfler Media Converter CFC, with no sensitivity to electromagnetic interference.

Conductix-Wampfler electrifies RTG container cranes all around the world
28.06.2011

Major port and terminal operator APM Terminals plans to convert RTG cranes to electrical operation / Global frame agreement signed with Conductix-Wampfler for RTG crane conversions.

Marport Container Terminal
22.06.2011

The leading Turkish container terminal operator Marport Terminal Operators S.A is converting 18 Rubber Tired Gantry cranes to mains electrical operation / Conductix-Wampfler responsible for RTG conversion, steel construction, and installation of conductor rails

Conductix-Wampfler at the CeMAT 2011
25.05.2011

Conductix-Wampfler appeared at this year's CeMAT in Hannover as world’s leading supplier of energy and data transmission solutions. The focus during this five-day trade show was on the range of services for intralogistics

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