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MARCO will supply a PM-065 corkline stacker for Nanmadol tuna vessel. The new unit will help to improve the purse seine manoueuvre efficiency.
MARCO corkline stackers are automatically synchronised with the drum rotation, enabling lines to be hauled in more quickly. The PM-065 model has a range of 6 m, a single articulation and will be connected to the vessel´s hydraulic power unit. The control panel incorporates a radio control system to make it easier for operators to work. The Nanmadol purse seine vessel, originally known as Cape Hateras, was built in 1982 in St. Malo shipyard in France. The tuna vessel is 62.40 m long, with a fish hold capacity of 1000 m3 and a 12.80 meters beam.
MARCO is the world leader in fishing equipment, deck machinery and hydraulic systems for the fishing and shipbuilding industries. For more than 60 years, MARCO technology has made a key contribution to the evolution of the industry and its equipment is recognized as a guarantee of reliability and robustness in the most demanding marine environments.
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