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  • 1.  
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  • 3. Company Profile Founded: 1991 Turnover: 40 million Euros (’05) Employees: 450 Head office: Calle Buenos Aires, 1 – Barcelona (SPAIN) Regional offices: Coral Gables, FL (USA), Venice (ITALY) Factory: Monzón (SPAIN) + production facilities in NETHERLANDS, MEXICO and VIETNAM Experience: 1991-2006; 500+ passenger boarding bridges for airports in 35 countries around the world. 1997-present; 31 passenger boarding bridges for seaports in Europe, N-Africa, Caribbean, USA and Australia. Currently 9 bridges in project.
  • 4. Company Profile Cooperation with: Royal Haskoning, Ports & Maritime Group (PMG), Bermello Ajamill & Partners, Bruno Elias & Associates (BEA) Associated:
  • 5. Company Profile
    • Passenger Boarding Bridges
    • Cruise and Ferry Terminals
    • Maintenance and Information Services
    • Seaport / Airport Terminals
    • Airport Passenger Terminal Solutions
    • Aircraft Recovery Solutions
    • Special Transport Trailers
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  • 7. More than 100 years ago
  • 8. Boarding a ferry / ro-ro vessel is child’s play?
  • 9. Safety and security?
  • 10. Safety and security?
  • 11. Safety and security?
  • 12. Safety and security?
  • 13. Good separation of loading and boarding?
  • 14. Good separation of loading and boarding?
  • 15. Good separation of loading and boarding?
  • 16. Does the luxury of boarding matter?
  • 17. Does the luxury of boarding matter?
  • 18. Does the luxury of boarding matter?
  • 19. Does the luxury of boarding matter?
  • 20.  
  • 21. Terminology GANGWAY PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGE
  • 22. Previous Know How
  • 23. Design Considerations
    • One, two, or three level passenger terminal?
    • Prominent site seen from town or city (Waterfront Development)?
    • If mobile: tracks/rails or wheels?
    • Fixed, semi-fixed, or fully mobile?
    • Multiple or single passenger access points?
    • Purposely built for a single vessel type?
    • Types of vessels anticipated, only ferry/ro-pax or cruise too?
    • Separation of cars/trucks/merchandise “loading” and passenger “boarding”
    • A good boarding bridge can save terminal area and investment costs
  • 24. Design Considerations
    • Legislations and Regulations on Safety and Security
    • (ISPS Code, IMO, CIRIA Report C518, ADA, DPTAC, etc.)
    • Tidal ranges
    • Weather circumstances
    • Weight load calculations
  • 25. Design Considerations
  • 26. 31 Port Passenger Boarding Bridges installed 9 Port Passenger Boarding Bridges in design or construction phase TEAM around the World
  • 27. CENTAURUS Fixed – Single structure – One or multiple telescopic tunnel(s)
  • 28. CENTAURUS BARCELONA (SPAIN), Balearia
  • 29. KRONUS Movable – Single structure – Radial – Telescopic tunnel
  • 30. KRONUS SOUTHAMPTON (UK), Associated British Ports
  • 31. KRONUS KIEL (GERMANY), Seehafen Kiel
  • 32. PEGASUS Movable – Single structure – One or multiple telescopic tunnels, Rails or solid bogies
  • 33. PEGASUS BRISBANE (AUSTRALIA), Portside Wharf
  • 34. PEGASUS NADOR (MOROCCO), Ferry Terminal
  • 35. PEGASUS SAVONA (ITALY), Autorita Portuale Di Savona
  • 36. HYDRA Movable – Single structure – Tunnels, in U or Z shape. Lifting frames + Cabin with telescopic ramp - Rails or solid bogies
  • 37. HYDRA VALENCIA (SPAIN), Acciona Transmediterranea
  • 38. HYDRA NEW YORK (USA), Brooklyn Cruise Terminal
  • 39. HYDRA NORFOLK (USA), Half Moone Terminal
  • 40. SEDNA Movable – Multiple structure – Tunnels, in U or Z shape. Lifting frames + Cabin with telescopic ramp - Rails or solid bogies
  • 41. SEDNA BARCELONA (SPAIN), Acciona Trasmediterranea
  • 42. SEDNA VALENCIA (SPAIN), Acciona Trasmediterranea
  • 43. SEDNA VALENCIA (SPAIN), Acciona Trasmediterranea
  • 44. SEDNA TANGIER (MOROCCO), Odep
  • 45. THALASSA Fixed – Elevating tunnels – Sliding cabin in main tunnel between 2 lifting frames. Cabin with telescopic ramp (PATENTED)
  • 46. BARCELONA (SPAIN), Balearia THALASSA
  • 47. BARCELONA (SPAIN), Balearia THALASSA
  • 48. BARCELONA (SPAIN), Balearia THALASSA
  • 49. PORTSMOUTH (UK) THALASSA
  • 50. HARWICH (UK), Harwich International Port THALASSA
  • 51. SUMMARY
    • Maximum Safety & Security
    • Comfortable Experience for Passengers
    • Durable
    • Convenient
    • Maximum Utilization
    • Maximum Adaptability
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