Drone video of Port of Oakland’s tallest cranes arriving
From YouTube Channel: February 1, 2021 at 05:07PM
ONN – Drone Video of Port Of Oakland’s Tallest Cranes Arriving In Town
This is a beautiful video to watch using drone footage. It features the arrival of the tallest container cranes (STS – ship to shore gantry cranes) for the Port of Oakland and the U.S. The cranes first glide under the Golden Gate Bridge and then dramatically slip under the SF-Oakland Bay Bridge on the way to a berth at Oakland International Container Terminal operated by SSA (Stevedoring Services of America). The booms when raised up in the resting position reach more than 400 feet above the wharf. The lift height is 174 feet above the dock. This is an artistic video that’s enjoyable to watch for those in the maritime and logistics industries or anyone who loves seeing the spectacular arrival of these engineering marvels that successfully traveled across the Pacific Ocean from China to Oakland, CA. SSA invested more than $30 million dollars for these new cranes that can handle cargo stacked high on the deck of an ultra-large vessel.
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