5 HYDRA SPBBs installed at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Listed as the largest in the world, with five tunnels and weighing circa 190 metric tons each. Largest Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridge project in the history.
CAPE MAY & LEWES (2013)
2 THALASSA SPBBs, one at Cape May and one at Lewes, able to service both sides of the pier at the same time. At each terminal, a single ADELTE PBB substitutes the previous two systems, thus freeing space on the pier and enabling more efficient logistic operations and shorter turnarounds.
Innovative version of the KRONUS type SPBB, transforming the traditional fixed column and building connection in a mobile module, able to locate anywhere along the cruise terminal.
Longest KRONUS type Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridge ever built, with a 3-section telescopic tunnel able to extend from 25 m to 49 m.
Highest Passenger Boarding Bridge in the world, with a column height of 16 m, a service height of 22 m and a 3-section telescopic tunnel able to extend up to 45 m.
First design of a fully glazed Airport Passenger Boarding Bridge. This innovative project features glass sides, round corners and stainless steel guides. All windows are double-glazed to ensure improved thermal insulation and prevent condensation.