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Continually striving for Excellence and Customer Satisfaction by providing the Proactive Operations and preventive Maintenance

CRANE STATUS

All 13 Port Miami cranes are operational. Cranes 4-5-6 refurbishements (Phase 1) are complete. Phase 2 is being scheduled. Hurricane season commences on June 1 and as such, preparations have commenced to insure we are ready at moments notice.

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SAFETY FIRST, EFFICIENCY SECOND  and   BEING TRANSPERANT IS OUR CULTURE!

Port of Miami Crane Management, Inc., (PMCM, AKA “Crane Management”) continually strive for excellence and customer satisfaction by providing the proactive operations and preventive maintenance. Our staff’s primary mission and goal is to meet and surpass the needs of Port Miami’s customer by providing the best quality management and technical services that result in greater crane efficiency while insuring the safety of the employees: SAFETY FIRST.

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News

New STS Cranes for Port Miami

The New STS Cranes tender for Port Miami solicitation was advertised on February 1, 2018 and proposals were due April 27, 2018. The tender was posted on BidSync where the Tender Documents, the RFP can be reviewed and downloaded. If there are any questions, please...

Operating and Maintenance Efficiency Initiative kicks into High Gear

The initiative to improve operations and maintenance kicks into high gear as the new cranes is added to the Preventive Maintenance Program (PMP).

Container Cargo Increases beyond expectations

As of April 2015 container throughput has greatly increased by over 20%. Cranes 11-16 are being in use most of the times as they can work any ship in the industry. Our services continue to bring larger vessels stacking up to 8-high on deck. However, most important of...

The New Gantry Cranes Arrive

After nearly three (3) months of half uneventful journey with numerous treacherous weeks of storms and high seas, the Zhen Hua 13 (ZH13) proudly entered Miami Harbor on October 7, 2013. The South Florida committee and Port Miami Port Miami proudly welcomed the ship...

Projects

Cranes 4-5-6 Reconditioning and Refurbishment

Cranes 4-5-6 are currently the oldest STS Gantry Cranes at PortMiami which were placed into operations in 1988. In 2005 the cranes were electrified by replacing the diesel generator power by installing new 13.2KV shore power. Soon after, the cranes' drive and...

Management and Maintenance Initiative

As part of the normal operating procedures the Company management commissioned several assessment to include a maintenance audit. Upon the results and its review, the CEO and Board established a framework to develop an action plan and...

Work In Progress

As 2018 commenced we are in Highgear working on numerous major PortMiami projects encompassing all aspects of cargo operations including assisting the Port with its cargo terminal relate projects. Some of these projects have been completed such as the Port's...

New STS Cranes for Port Miami

The New STS Cranes tender for Port Miami solicitation was advertised on February 1, 2018 and proposals were due April 27, 2018. The tender was posted on BidSync where the Tender Documents, the RFP can be reviewed and downloaded. If there are any questions, please...

Work in Progress

As we ended 2017 we found ourselves once again with incredible performance and little or no crane downtime. We completed several major projects that we are assisting with such as the new crane technical specifications, relocation of ILA Mechanics’ new trailer, Cranes 4-5-6 corrosion removat, repairs and painting, and numerous other minor projects. Currently, commencing in February 2018 we find ourselves working on numerous numerous major projects, Work in Progress and restructing our maintenance facilty along with the spare parts stockroom areas.

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