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The Ampelmann L-type gangway system


published on 2 January 2020 196 -

The L-type is the compact and fully-electric solution for transferring crews from small, non-DP vessels onto fixed or floating structures. With its continuous flow of personnel, it can transfer 50 people in five minutes.

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