Maryland officials welcomed four new super cranes to the Port of Baltimore on Thursday that will enable one of the state’s biggest economic contributors to handle even more cargo and continue to grow jobs. The cranes will operate at the Seagirt Marine Terminal, where the Maryland Port Administration and Ports America Chesapeake recently completed construction and dredging of a second 50-foot deep berth. The second deep berth enables the Port of Baltimore to handle two super-sized cargo ships simultaneously.
‘This is a big deal’: Four new ‘super cranes’ arrive at the Port of Baltimore
September 10, 2021