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Past Projects 2018

Awarded by Sumitomo Chemical Engineering for 1 unit of 35 ton Double Girder Gantry Crane at Jurong Island

 

Jenmon was awarded by Sumitomo Chemical Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd (SCEC) to design, supply, deliver, install, test and commission a unit of 35 ton Double Girder Explosion Proof Gantry Crane system with mechanical spreader beam. The location of this project was at Jurong Island.

Sumitomo Chemical Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd provides engineering, procurement and construction services. They have piled several plant construction records in various fields such as Petrochemicals, Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceutical Chemicals, Fine Chemicals, Chemicals for Information Technology and Environment.

Jenmon used energy chains which are capable of feeding the primary power and control cables along the crane bridge easily. As the electrical cables that hang from the crane are not visible, the cranes have a more sophisticated and safe design.

The most challenging part of the project was to ensure that the energy chain used for the long travelling of the crane would be able to continuously supply power on the complete travelling distance. This included a portion of 10m road for trucks and lorries to travel for loading and unloading of goods.

Therefore, Jenmon's Engineering and Design team innovated and incorporated the existing energy chain with a retractable feature to allow the Gantry Crane to travel onto the road seamlessly without the need to use the energy chain over the 10m road.

Awarded by China Jingye Engineering Corporation Ltd (Singapore Branch) for 1 unit of 40 ton Gantry Crane for Land Transport Authority (LTA) – Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) – T311 project

LTA awarded the construction of Bedok South Station and tunnels from Thomson – East Coast Line to China Jingye Engineering Corporation Ltd (Singapore Branch). This involved the construction of the structure of the station, as well as its associated tunnels.

China Jingye Engineering Corporation Ltd (Singapore Branch) has previously completed a number of residential projects, as well as a number of local projects namely Universal Studios, Singapore and Resorts World Sentosa.

Jenmon was then appointed by China Jingye Engineering Corporation Ltd (Singapore Branch) to design, supply, deliver, install, test and commission 1 unit of 40 ton Gantry Crane.

The gantry crane's span and total hook height were 30m. Due to the fact that Jenmon had already done many past projects with cranes of longer spans and hook heights, we were extremely confident in undertaking this project.

As all our customers understand the importance of safety and quality equipment, they are very forthcoming with us performing monthly maintenance, ensuring that the whole process runs smoothly. They also willingly signed up for the 'Crane Operators Training' regarding the usage of safely operating a Gantry Crane. Jenmon therefore promotes safety and quality in line with our vision - to create a SAFE and PRODUCTIVE workplace.

Awarded by China Railway First Group Co., Ltd for 2 units of 55 ton Gantry Cranes for Land Transport Authority (LTA) – Thomson-East Coast Line – T302 project

LTA awarded the construction of Facility Building and Tunnels @ Bay East Drive to China Railway First Group Co., Ltd. Singapore Branch. This also includes a shell station near Gardens by the Bay (Bay East).

Jenmon was then awarded by China Railway First Group Co., Ltd to design, supply, deliver, install, test and commission 2 units of 55 ton Gantry Cranes.

Following traditional methods, the D wall is used to aid in the tipping of the bucket. However, China Railway First Group Co., Ltd. had a special requirement. In order to fulfill this, the Gantry Cranes had to be designed with a tipping hook and spreader beam. Cameras were also installed to monitor the entire lifting process.

Throughout the process of designing the tipper, there were several discussions between both China Railway First Group Co., Ltd. and Jenmon. Numerous drawings and videos were exchanged, ensuring that the final design suited their desired needs.

The cranes will be commencing operations in March/April 2018 for a duration of 18 months. Looking forward to the successful completion of this tunnel by 2019, Jenmon is extremely excited and proud of this project.

Awarded by Sembawang Shipyard for a total of 24 units of various cranes for expansion of Sembcorp Marine Tuas Boulevard Yard Phase 3

Sembawang Shipyard is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine, operating primarily from a 60-hectare shipyard on Singapore's North coast. Sembcorp Marine is the global leader in integrated offshore and marine engineering solutions.

Jenmon was awarded by Sembawang Shipyard to design, supply, deliver, install, test and commission 1 unit of 5 ton Single Girder Manual Hoist Electric Overhead Travelling Crane, 8 units of 10 ton Double Girder Electric Overhead Travelling Crane, 6 units of 5+5 ton Single Girder Electric Overhead Travelling Crane and 9 units of 10 ton Single Girder Electric Overhead Travelling Crane for the expansion of Sembcorp Marine Tuas Boulevard Yard Phase 3.

Jenmon has high expectations and is looking forward to this project. More details are coming soon!

Our aim is to ensure an operative crane on site at all times.

"Jenmon is made up of veterans with years of experience in the lifting industry. We are constantly updated with the latest market products, solutions and technologies, enabling us to provide solutions to suit all varieties of industrial lifting and handling systems. From the very first contact to maintenance, our team has the complete range of services tailored for you. "

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