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MARCO has supplied a new model PM-061 corkline stacker for one of the tuna vessels owned by Starcki Ventures fishing company. The new unit is the second corkline stacker supplied by MARCO to the Philippine fishing company, which confirms the Philippine firm confidence on MARCO´s technology.
MARCO corkline stackers are automatically synchronised with the drum rotation, enabling lines to be hauled in more quickly. Model PM-061 has a range of 6 m, a single articulation and its own hydraulic power unit. The control panel incorporates a radio control system to make it easier for operators to work. The equipment has been installed on the Chenille tuna vessel, built in 1982 in Japan with a length of 54.90 m, a beam of 11.40 m and fish hold capacity of over 385 m3.
Starcki Ventures is a Philippine shipowner with a large fleet of fishing vessels, which a few years ago trusted on MARCO´s technology to improve one of its tuna vessel´s fishing manoeuvre efficiency. The excellent performance of MARCO´s equipment on the Treska tuna vessel, has been a relevant reason for Starcki Ventures to request a new MARCO corkline stacker for the Chenille purse seiner.
MARCO is a world leader in fishing equipment, deck machinery and hydraulic systems for the fishing and shipbuilding industries. For more than 60 years, MARCO technology has played a key role in the development of the industry; the company's equipment is recognised as sure to be reliable and robust in the toughest marine environments.
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