250 tons gantry crane collapsed in India shipyard, destroying Navys newly built warship

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 250 tons gantry crane collapsed in India shipyard, destroying Navys newly built warship


In April 17th, a 250 ton gantry crane in Calcutta Garden Rich Shipbuilding Engineering, India, collapsed. The position of the gantry crane covered the module workshop, dry dock and tilted berth, while a India Navy P-17A frigate was being built at the shipyard, and the collapse caused a direct impact on the ship. The P-17A frigate is the most advanced frigate in India. As a result of the concealment of shipyards, the April 17th incident was not officially exposed until May. Accident scene It takes about 30 months from the tender to the installation and commissioning of the new gantry crane. As early as 2015, the Garden Rich Shipbuilding Engineering Company in India received a contract for the construction of 3 P-17A frigates, worth up to 200 billion rupees, the largest order that the company had ever received. A total of 7 P-17A frigates were built, of which 3 were built by Garden Rich shipyard, and 4 were built in Mumbai, which is expected to deliver the first frigate in 2023. Then one is delivered every year, and it is delivered within ten years. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 It takes about 30 months from the tender to the installation and commissioning of the new gantry crane.