We are committed to crane system solutions capable of establishing a new normal for port logistics.
Our crane systems have been very efficiently performing cargo handling operations at Japanese and other ports. They are now evolving to a new stage of development.
We are working together with customers to achieve remote operations, automation, high-level environmental performance and other advances in response to the ever-changing circumstances surrounding marine logistics.
- In 1967, we delivered Japan's first container cranes to the Port of Kobe.
- We have delivered a total of 400 Portainer cranes.
- We have delivered a total of 1,600 Transtainer cranes.
Comprehensive hardware and software
capabilities supporting cargo handling
Mitsui E&S has delivered more than 2,000 cranes to ports around the world. These cranes have enjoyed enduring support because of their superior quality and functionality. We offer all-inclusive systems combining hardware with independently-developed software for the optimized management of container terminal operations. The development of technology for automation facilities is also in progress.
Support for ports throughout their life cycle
We are involved in discussions during the planning and layout design stages of a port to design optimal crane systems using simulation technologies. We manufacture, transport and install products that turn designs into reality. We also provide continuing maintenance and other services after delivery to improve the system and support the port throughout the life cycle of our products.
Contribution to energy-efficient and zero-emission ports
Using lithium-ion batteries and an engine revolution control system, Hybrid Transtainer consumes 50% less fuel than conventional models. In addition, we are developing the Near-Zero Emission Transtainer to meet carbon-free regulations and the Zero-Emission Transtainer powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Through efforts such as these, we contribute to the establishment of energy-efficient zero-emissions ports.
Hybrid Transtainer with lithium-ion batteries
- The use of lithium-ion batteries and an engine revolution control system has increased fuel efficiency to nearly double the level of conventional technology. Reducing maintenance costs and fuel consumption, it reduces the burdens bourn by customers.
- It features a smaller diesel engine to reduce CO? and hazardous exhaust emissions. After hydrogen supply infrastructure becomes commonplace, it can be easily transformed into a zero-emission crane. It helps improve the port environment and build a future carbon-free society.
High efficiency production system
designed specially for the manufacturing of cranes
The layout of the Oita Works factory is designed specially for the manufacturing of cranes. It has increased the efficiency of processes including steel material acceptance, cutting, welding, assembly, coating, outdoor assembly and erection of cranes. The production capacity of Oita Works is 36 Portainer units and bridge cranes and 70 Transtainer cranes per year. It has achieved ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification. It employs a large number of qualified engineers that are highly skilled in manufacturing.