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LIFTING EQUIPMENT INTEGRAL MANUFACTURER MARINAS AND SHIPYARDS 1 GH motion is born. It is GH Cranes & components new business unit oriented to offer a better service to our clients, with special focus on marine area. GH motion provides efficiency in boat movements in your marina or shipyard, “what really matters to you” GH motion enhance its pace towards 4.0 Industry developing very important areas which are connected and fully oriented to help our clients to improve their businesses: R New web 2 3 1. Our blue chip: MyGHmotion. It is an application that allows you to simulate GH boat hoists or jib cranes in your marina or shipyard before you proceed with your investment. It is focused on maximizing your working process. How it works? Apply in for a new user We will edit your marina scaling our boat hoist or jib crane on it We will give you access in visor mode to it so you can “play” yourself for efficiency. Metrics on diesel consumption and timing can be recorded at your convenience. It is available in Windows and Android platforms -IOS coming soon-. For more information contact us, please. 2. 3. New web site including all you need to know about GH motion biz unit oriented to help and service you better: Complete new design fully developed in 3D for a 300t capacity GH330 boat hoist model to be installed late in march 2019 in ASTONDOA SHIPYARD (Santa Pola, Spain), a referent in customized shipbuilding all over the world. Bº Salbatore s/n 20200 Beasain, Gipuzkoa (SPAIN) T: +34 943 569 176

New life for industrial harbour SWEDEN: AB Toftö, the owner of Skärhamn’s old industrial harbour area Malagakajen, is partnering with SF Marina to give the picturesque fishing village of Skärhamn on the west coast of Sweden a high-quality, mixed-use marina. WORLD NEWS The plan, to transform the entire wharf area into a new public space for visitors and residents, is being undertaken by AB Toftö in collaboration with local architects. “Part of the Kajen (Wharf) project is a public boardwalk extending along the edge of the harbour, passing between the residential buildings and the water,” confirmed AB Toftö CEO Alex Buitenhuis. Michael Sigvardsson, CEO of SF Marina, added: “For this extraordinary mixed-use project, SF Marina chose to look beyond the classic, often constricted Swedish marina design, and instead we designed a state-ofthe-art floating marina, built according to international standards and PIANC recommendations.” “The pontoons are twice as wide as normal – 4m (13ft) – to provide ample space for equipment, boat owners and visitors. The floating concrete breakwater, Sweden’s broadest by far and crucial to the entire project, protects the harbour and the boats from waves and autumn storms,” he continued. The 10m (33ft) wide floating breakwater will be built in March 2020 and the entire marina, offering 160 berths, will be completed just in time for next year’s sailing season. Commission approves Fort Lauderdale’s Las Olas revamp USA: Fort Lauderdale City Commission has approved plans submitted by Suntex Marina Investors to renovate Las Olas Marina. The company has entered into a 50-year lease with the City to develop and operate the municipally owned marina. The multi-million-dollar project, which complements City plans to enhance the waterfront, includes 68 boat slips for vessels up to 250ft (76m), a two-storey restaurant and a three-storey marina services building with a second restaurant, dockmaster’s office, ship store, offices, a rooftop gym and a swimming pool, all with expansive views of the Intercoastal Waterway. There will also be lounges, a kitchen and showers for yacht crews. “We are eager to begin redevelopment,” said David Filler, head of Florida investments for Suntex. “Our plans for Las Olas that have just been voted on by the City Commission are designed to give our guests the highest-quality experience, while providing the greatest possible benefit for the community.” - September/October 2019 7

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