Giant cranes arrive to start work at Port of Seattle

Four new ZPMC Super-Post Panamax shipping cranes pass the Space Needle as they traverse Elliott Bay on Sunday on the final step of their journey from China. Among the largest on the West Coast, the cranes will be installed at Terminal 5 as part of a large modernization project. The viewpoint is from Harbor Avenue Southwest in West Seattle, looking toward the Seattle waterfront. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)

Posted on June 14, 2021

The Zhen Hua 36, along with tugboats, navigates between a barge and a cargo ship to bring four new ZPMC Super-Post Panamax shipping cranes through Elliott Bay on Sunday, the final step of their journey from China. Among the largest on the West Coast, the cranes will be installed at Terminal 5 as part of a large modernization project. The viewpoint is from Harbor Avenue Southwest in West Seattle, looking toward the Seattle waterfront. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)

Four new ZPMC Super-Post Panamax shipping cranes head to their new home at the Port of Seattle on Sunday on the final step of their journey from China. Among the largest on the West Coast, the cranes will be installed at Terminal 5 as part of a large modernization project. The viewpoint is from Harbor Avenue Southwest in West Seattle, looking toward the Seattle waterfront. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)

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