Shiplift & transfer system

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[INQ. NO. 1412M28] With original transporter technologies mainly from Germany and through its R&D achievements, Ra In Ho holds several local and foreign patents for transporter parts and systems. Its highly skilled and experienced technicians produce user-friendly convenient systems. The most remarkable thing in its business history was the development of the first CAN steering system for transporters in 1996 and 1997.

Shiplift-&-transfer-systemhttps://korean-machinery.com///inquiryThe first equipment was delivered overseas in 2002 to China. The development of a new module transporter system and self-driven rail transporters in 2004 made the company popular in the global market. In the same year, the maker was awarded the INNO-BIZ certificate. In 2008, RaInHo achieved a world record 28,000-ton shiplift/transfer system that marked a new milestone in land shipbuilding. Recognized for technical superiority, Ra In Ho received awards from the Ministry of Knowledge Economy in 2008 and 2012. One year later Ra In Ho set another recordbreaking footprint in its history with its 35,500-ton Load-out in Hyundai Heavy Industries.

The shiplift system from the company is a modern marine elevator that safely lifts or lowers boats, ships or other marine vessels from or to the water. The company’s transfer system can be arranged for any kind of ships or shipblocks on land, on a shiplift platform or on a floating dock. And ship section carriers, module transporters, rail transporters, and pallet carriers are also being briskly delivered to foreign markets now.

 
 
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