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IHI DECK CRANE

MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION MANUAL

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. NOTICE
Please keep the following when proceeding with maintenance or
inspection.
CAUTION

1. The crane should be rested without cargo when proceeding with


maintenance or inspection.
2. Both SOURCE SWITCHES for the main and auxiliary circuit of the
crane should be securely turned to OFF, on the control panel in
the engine room.
(In this case, suspend the Under inspection caution plate.)
3. Never adjust the safety devices, timer, hydraulic valve or brake
device(s) for no reason at all.
4. Never replace, disassemble or adjust the HYDRAULIC PUMP and
MOTOR without contacting IHI SERVICE NETWORK.

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NOTICE
1. The STOP VALVE in suction line from HEAD
TANK in a machinery room turned close when
overhauling or cleaning the OIL FILTER.
This stop valve must be turned open fully
STOP VALVE
after maintenance.
2. Care should be taken not to produce or reassembly with a wrong
fitting differing from the original installation.
3. Care should be taken to keep each part and finished surface clean.
At assembly, supply grease to O-ring and packing for moving parts.
4. After overhauling, perfectly purge all remaining air in the hydraulic
system. After reassembly, start-up the pumps and perfectly purge
air at no-load operation.
5. Then, operate each motion carefully at no load, confirming normal
motion and sound.
6. The deck crane has a long pause and is always exposed to sea
breezes and sea water, so electric parts are apt to cause some,
troubles. Therefore check before operation, and regular intervals.
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2-1 Crane Lubrication (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-2)
Interval : Before handling
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CHAIN COVER

GREASING

12 CHAIN COUPLING

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GREASING

GREASING
10 LUFFING & SLEW. HANDLE

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2-2 Oil Level Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-6)
Interval : Before handling
Confirm that the oil is filled to the "proper" level of the level gauge
Slewing
Reduction Gear

MAX.
PROPER
MIN.

OIL LEVEL GAUGE

Hoisting
Reduction Gear
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Luffing
Reduction Gear
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2-3 Slewing Gear Lubrication (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-6)
Interval : Before handling
Make a clean sweep of the stale oil on the gear and the pinion.
Check the contact-surfaces of teeth (if damage such as pitching,
is found, this will require repair).
Brush or spray with the recommended new oil to both surfaces of
the gear and pinion.

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2-4 Wire & Wire rope end piece Inspection and Lubrication
(INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-8)
Interval : Before handling
1. The wire rope and shaft of wire rope end piece
should be sufficiently lubricated. (fig.1)
2. The bolt of wire clamp on drum for hoisting and
luffing should be sufficiently tightened. (fig.2)
3. The wire end should be sufficiently bound by the
seizing wire . (fig.3)
4. The wire rope should not have any snapped strands,
kinks, deformities or abnormal abrasion. Especially
check the parts of winding part on drum and rope end.
Wire rope should be exchanged when wire conditions
come under the limits mentioned. (fig.4)
5. The wire rope end piece, pin, and fitting bolt should
not be rusted, or worn, and should not have
deformities or looseness.
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2-4 Wire & Wire rope end piece Inspection and Lubrication
DANGER
In case that maintain wire rope and wire rope end piece, be caution
about fire and ventilation.
CAUTION
If the oil with wire rope get less, apply the proper oil.

DANGER
Wire rope should be exchanged when wire rope conditions come
under the limits mentioned on INSTRUCTIN MANUAL PART.5-8
JUDGEMENT.

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2-4 Wire & Wire rope end piece Inspection and Lubrication
The end times to exchange wire rope are given by Labor Safety
Regulations in JAPAN as follows :
When the individual wires of wire rope have snapped over 10% of the
total number of wires in 1 pitch or over 5% of one strand of wire rope
in 1 pitch. (Refer to P.5-21)
When the individual wires of wire rope have snapped over 20% of the
total number of wire rope in 5 pitch. (Refer to P.5-21)
When the outer-diameter of wire rope has come to be worn up to 7%
less the original diameter. (Refer to P.5-22 and 23)
If wire rope has a kink, deformity, or abnormal wear.
If wire rope is corroded as follows.
Wires are petted to pockmark.
Core is completely corroded and outer wires are loosed.

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2-5 Hook Unit Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-14)
Interval : Before handling
Inside of hook or bow shackle.
Screw-end of eye-bolt.
Bolt and split pin of shackle.
Thrust bearing and its grease charge.
The clearance between under part of trunnion and
joggling parts of eye-bolt.

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2-5 Hook Unit Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-14)
Interval : Before handling

CAUTION
The hook and shackle will wear out, creating grooves or openings by
the rubbing from loads when used for a long time. Also, fatigue
hardness due to long periods of use may harden and make the
material brittle, resulting in cracking. Therefore, besides periodical
inspection, carry out a non-destructive test once a year.

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2-5 Hook Unit Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-14)
Interval : Before handling
DANGER
Do not use under the following conditions, and replace if necessary.

1. When the worn-out portion exceeds 5% of the original sectional


area. (Do not repair by means of welding.)
2. When the surface is cracked. (Do not repair by means of welding.)
3. The hook whose opening does not close.
4. When the clearance exceed 1 to 2mm. In this case, confirm that set
screw(3 sets) for nut. When set screw is loosening, please
tighten set screw and carry out screw-head hitting.(corking)
May cause an accident resulting in injury or
death due to breaking down of hook block.

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2-6 Sheave Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-15)
Interval : Before handling
Sheaves should be changed when wear or tear of rope grooves
comes up to 20% of the rope diameter.
Sheaves should be changed when cracks or deformities of the
flange are evident.
Rope groove
(Ex. Measured by
depth gauge)

Grease
(Supplied enough)

Sheave flange
(Visual check)

CAUTION
In case of replacement, use the IHI standard parts.
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2-7 Limit Switch Action (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-8)
Interval : Before handling
Confirm that the each safety device is act before operation.

Limit switch box


(See finished plan)

Rope slack

DANGER
Adjusting of limit switch, operation should be done at no load and low
speed in order to prevent any troubles.
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2-8 Brake Action (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-13)
Interval : Before handling
Confirm that the each brake is act before operation.
Brake band
(For Luffing)
Brake cylinder
(For Luffing)
Brake cylinder
For Slewing
Brake band
For Slewing
Brake band
For Hoisting
Brake cylinder
For Hoisting
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2-9 Hoist. , Slew., ( Luff.,) Gear (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-12)
Interval : 3 months
Open gear
Sweep out gear oil 2-3 points and
check with the naked eye.
Reduction gear
Take out some volume of lubrication oil and
check whether there is any metal powder
worn out or not.
(Refer to Part 5-6 Supply Gear Oils)

Drain plug

1. Abrasion has become 20% original thickness of any tooth at


pitch circle.
2. There is some bad pitching, spalling and breakage.
3. If there are large quantities of metal powder in the lubrication oil,
change for a new oil and check the gear.
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2-10 Brake Lining Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-13)
Interval : 3 months
The brake lining should be changed when its wear is up to 40% of
the original thickness.
(min. thickness 3.5).

Brake lining
Measured by scale.

Brake lining
Measured by scale.
(For hoisting, luffing, slewing)

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2-11 Oil Cooler Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-16)
Interval : 3 months
Check the oil leakage form core.
Check the choke in core.
Check the cracks, breaks and deformities of the propeller fan.

Core

Propeller fan

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2-12 Geared Cable Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-10)
Interval : 3 months
When the special cable wears out more than 1 in Dia.
(Original cable Dia. 7.95)
When the spiral cable breaks, or when there are more than 2 center
wire break.
Special cable
(In the plastic tube)

Spiral cable

Geared cable
Hoist. Luff. Slew.

CAUTION
In case of adjusting, maintenance and exchanging, crane keep stop.
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2-13 Chain Coupling Grease (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-2)
Interval : 6 months

Grease
(By brush)
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2-14 Brake Pin , Brake Link (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-13)
Interval : 6 months

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2-15 Control Handle Inspection(INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.2-6/5-10)
Interval : 6 months
The neutral position of the control handle.

Grease point

Luffing & Slewing


(Universal handle)

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Hoisting
(Vertical handle)

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2-16 Rope Guide Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-9)
Interval : 3 months
When the rope guide roller is reassembled, adjust the adjusting bolt
and lock nut so that the pressure of the rope guide roller applied to the
wire rope becomes suitable.

Adjusting bolt and lock nut


(See finished plan)
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2-17 Oil Leakage Inspection (O-ring / oil seal / packing)
Interval : Before handling

Visual check
(Flange / System oil)

Visual check
(Flange / Gear oil)
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Visual check
(Screwed flange / System oil)
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2-18 Housing and Jib (Crack / Painting)
Interval : 3 months

Crack : Visual check (Each structure)


Painting : Visual check (Each structure)

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2-19 Bolts for Machine Inspection (Loosened or not)
Interval : 3 months
In case that the paint film is broken at the tightening point and / or
hammering sound is dull, bolts and nuts may be loose, then, they
should be tightened.
Fitting bolts of
Drum bearing
(Hoist. / Luff.)

Tightening bolt of
wire clamp
(Hoist. / Luff.)

Fitting bolts of
winch frame

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2-20 Foundation Bolt Inspection (Loosened or not)
Interval : 3 months
In case that the paint film is broken at the tightening point and / or
hammering sound is dull, bolts and nuts may be loose, then, they
should be tightened.
Fitting bolts of jib

Slewing ring fitting bolts


(Lower parts of slewing ring)
Crane anchor bolts
(Post flange)
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Fitting bolts of shaft end for


wire rope end piece
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2-21 Oil Filter Cleaning (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-7)
Interval : 3 months
Clean up ELEMENT with washing oil and compressed-air.
Take out DRAIN PLUG and clean up the inside of CASE.
DRAIN PLUG
(Under of oil filter)

ELEMENT

NOTICE
1. Cover must be turned 90. If Cover is removed without turning, a
greater amount of oil will flow out.
2. Confirm that arrow label turn on an original direction after
reassemble.
3. STOP VALVE must be open after maintenance.
4. In case of reassembly, take care not to damage O-RING.
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2-22 Head Tank Cleaning (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-5)
Interval : 12 months

HEAD COVER

Head tank inside cleaning


form head cover
Out let port
In let port

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2-23 Hydraulic Oil Inspection (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-5)
Interval : 12 months
Make sure the oil level of gauge is proper. If insufficient, replenish
the hydraulic oil to the proper level of the oil gauge

Oil level gauge

In let port

NOTICE
1. The replenished oil must be the same as the original brand.
2. It is recommended that the hydraulic oil is to be checked by oil
maker as to service ability.
3. The sample oil requires about one liter for one oil check. In case
that an analysis result is over the judgement standard (p.5-13),
change it for new oil.
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2-24 Oil Cooler Cleaning (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-16)
Interval : 12 months
In case that over 20% of the area of the ventilating area is choked,
clean up core.

Clean up core
from out let side
(Air blow)

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2-25 Hydraulic Rubber Hose Inspection (Damaged / loosened or not)
Interval : 12 months
Visual check
(Rubber / damage and/or degradation)

Visual check
(Swage / oil leakage)

Visual check
(Plug / oil leakage and/or loose )

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. ELECTRICAL PARTS
3-1 Magnetic contactor (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-17)
Interval : 3 months
1) Iron core
See the surface.
If it is found rough or covered with rust,
smooth the surface with sand paper.
2) Spring
See the surface.
If the thickness of the contact tip becomes
a half of new one or the contact tip is worn
out, replace it with spare one.
3) Contact tip
Confirm that all relays move smoothly by pushing the movable parts
with fingers.
If they do not move smoothly, adjust the spring or the movable parts.
If necessary, replace it with a spare one.
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3-2 Thermal relay & Aux. Relay inspection
(INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-17)
Interval : 3 months
Confirm that all relays move smoothly by pushing the movable parts
with fingers.
Confirm that each terminal of relay is connected tightly.
3-3 Timer inspection
Interval : 3 months

Timer

Aux. Relay

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Thermal
Relay

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3-4 Slipring (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-17)
Interval : 3 months
1) Brush, holder
Check brush condition

Terminal fitting bolt


Brush holder

2) Insulation resistance
Measure it between earth and each phase
of main circuit, light. & heat. circuit.
Measuring point : Secondary side of main switch of ship
Insulation resistance : More than 10 M( main )
More than 1 M( light. & heat. )
3) Terminal fitting nut
Make sure the terminal fitting nuts are tightened.
If they are loose, fix them tightly.
Check point : First and Secondary side terminal of slipring
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3-5 Electric motor (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-17)
Interval : 3 months (Insulation resistance : Before handling)
1) Insulation resistance
Measure it between each phase ( U, V, W, X, Y, Z ) or between earth and
each phase.
Measuring point : Secondary side terminal of magnetic contactor
Insulation resistance : More than 10 M
2) Fitting bolt
Hammering
3) Grease charge
Charge by grease gun

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3-6 Lighting circuit Control circuit (INSTRUCTION MANUAL PART.5-17)
Interval : 3 months
Insulation resistance
Measure it between earth and phase of each electric equipment.
(In cases that fuse is melted or circuit breaker is tripped.)
Measuring point : Secondary side terminal of circuit breaker for light
and heat.
Insulation resistance : More than 1 M

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3-7 Consumption parts
Interval : 3 months
Check visually
1) Fuse
2) Bulb
3) Switch etc.

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. NOTICE (OPERATION)
4-1 Precaution for operation at low temperature
If the working oil temperature is +5 or less, the red OIL TEMP. HIGH
& LOW lamp on the contactor box lights.
In that case start and stop the motor several times manually as shown
below before actually starting the hydraulic pump.
0.5s

1s

RUN

0.5s

1s

RUN

STOP

0.5s

1s

RUN

STOP

1s

0.5s

RUN

STOP

0.5s

1s

RUN

STOP

CONTINUOUS RUN

STOP

MUNUAL(3 to 5times)

NOTICE
If the weather is expected to be cold, pre-heat in the cranes machine
room with a cargo light or heater.

If the pumps are started up when the oil temperature is very low and
viscosity is high during the winter (+5 or lower), the pump may be
damaged quickly.
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. NOTICE (OPERATION)
4-1 Precaution for operation at low temperature
Preparation of hydraulic motor
When temperature of system oil became to allowable level for
operation (above +5) after warming up of hydraulic pump and
hydraulic circuit, the operation of each hydraulic motor should be
carried out for preparation by following method.
NOTICE
1. Run the hydraulic motor (hoisting, luffing and slewing) toward
normal and/or reverse rotation slowly (less than about 5 rpm) in
about 2 or 3 seconds for more than 5 times.
2. And, after brief stop of the hydraulic motor for 1 minute, each
motion should be carried out about several times.

The above operations have to be carried out independently without


load to each motion.
The hyd. motor may be damaged.
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. NOTICE (OPERATION)
4-2 After operation
After operating, turn off the circuit breaker of crane.
In case the source of space heater is supplied in
common with the main source.
Always keep switch ON the circuit breaker of
light. The toggle switch of space heater and the
source in the ships engine room without fail for
except maintenance.
In case the source of space heater is supplied
separately from the main source.
Always keep switch ON the toggle switch of
space heater and the source in the ships engine
room without fail for except maintenance.

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. IHI SERVICE NETWORK


Strength to support our users
Due to our long experience in the market, we have been able to
develop our after-sales service and provide an enhanced response to
your needs..
We apply our own instruction facilities for hydraulic technology and
have commit resources into training high-quality engineers.
We will continue to strive to provide a better service to meet our
customers constantly evolving needs.

If you have some difficult and trouble, please contact our service
network. (Please see attached our service network.)

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As of 1st April, 2014


IHI Corporation
Quality Assurance Dept.,
Hydraulic Deck Machinery Division

COMMUNICATION ADDRESS FOR IHI DECK MACHINERY


EASTERN JAPAN SALES CENTER (CONTACT POINTOVERSEAS)
TOYOSU IHI BLDG.
1-1, TOYOSU 3-CHOME , KOTO-KU , TOKYO 135-8710 JAPAN
IHI CORPORATION
HYDRAULIC MACHINERY SALES G.
Phone:
81-3-6204-7275
Mr. . General Manager
Mr. K. Asada

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Mr. K. Shinkawa

Manager

Mr. Y. H. Han

Staff

OSAKA
TOSHIBA OSAKA BLDG.
4-2-12 , HONMACHI , CYUO-KU , OSAKA-SHI
OSAKA 541-0053, JAPAN
HYDRAULIC MACHINERY SALES G.
81-3-6204-8679
daisetsu_matsuzawa@ihi.co.jp

E-Mail:
kouji_asada@ihi.co.jp
Mobile Phone : 81-90-2749-7584
E-Mail:
kazuhiro_shinkawa@ihi.co.jp
Mobile Phone : 81-90-1004-4139
E-Mail:
younghun_han@ihi.co.jp
Mobile Phone : 81-90-8826-1001

Phone:
Mr. T. Hara
Mr. A. Oya

Mr. K. Higuchi

81-82-246-2280
General Manager
E-Mail:
General Manager
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone :
Staff
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone :

Fax:

81-82-246-2100

takahisa_hara@ihi.co.jp
akihito_oya@ihi.co.jp
81-90-2153-3419
keisuke_higuchi@ihi.co.jp
81-80-2201-3147

QUALITY ASSURANCE & TECHNICAL DEPT.( )


11-1 KITAHAMA-MACHI , CHITA-SHI , AICHI 478-8650 JAPAN
IHI CORPORATION

ENGINEERING HEADQUARTERS FOR HYDRAULIC DECK MACHINERY


Fax:
HYDRAULIC DECK MACHINERY DIVISION
Mr. T. Tsutsui
General Manager

Mr. K. Kinoshita

Manager

( QUALITY ASSURANCE DEPT. )


Mr. E. Ushikoshi
Manager

TECHNICAL DEPT.
Mr. H. Nakane
Manager

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Fax:
E-Mail:

WESTERN JAPAN SALES CENTER

ELECTRIC:
Mr. Y. Moriita

Assistant Manager

81-562-31-8260

E-Mail:
takeshi_tsutsui@ihi.co.jp
Phone:
81-562-31-8286
Mobile Phone : 81-80-5103-6472
E-Mail:
katsumi_kinoshita@ihi.co.jp
Phone:
81-562-31-8286
Mobile Phone : 81-90-3258-6636
E-Mail:
eizo_ushikoshi@ihi.co.jp
Phone:
81-562-31-8241
Mobile Phone : 81-90-7433-6799
E-Mail:
hiroshi_nakane@ihi.co.jp
Phone:
81-562-31-8108
Mobile Phone : 81-90-2576-8843
E-Mail:
Phone:

HIROSHIMA
HIROSHIMA MITSUI BLDG.
2-7-10 , OHTEMACHI , NAKA-KU , HIROSHIMA-SHI
HIROSHIMA 730-0051, JAPAN
Phone:
81-82-246-2280 Fax: 81-82-246-2100
Mr. S. Tsuda
Manager
E-Mail:
shingo_tsuda@ihi.co.jp
Mobile Phone :
81-80-1204-1219

TAKAMATSU
TAKAMATSU CENTER BLDG.,
2-4-20 , KOTOBUKI-CHO , TAKAMATSU-SHI
KAGAWA 760-0023 JAPAN
Phone:
81-87- 821-5031 Fax: 81-87-822-7893
Mr. S. Katayama
Assistant Manager
E-Mail:
shinji_katayama@ihi.co.jp
Mobile Phone :
81-90-3229-8493

yasuhiro_morita@ihi.co.jp
81-562-31-8103

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IMBV B.V.

SERVICE DEPT.IMC Co., Ltd.


NAGOYA HEADQUARTERS
c/o IHI Aichi Works Including Overseas Offices
11-1 KITAHAMA-MACHI , CHITA-SHI , AICHI 478-8650 JAPAN
Phone:
81-562-31-8080
Fax:
Mr. T. Okabe
General Manager
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:
Mr. K. Nakamura
Manager
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:
Mr. H. Tate
Manager
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:
Mr. R. Sugino
Assistant Manager
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:
Ms. A. Fujii
Staff
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:
HIROSHIMA
HIROSHIMA MITSUI BLDG.,
7-10, OTE-MACHI 7-CHOME, NAKA-KU, HIROSHIMA 730-0051
Phone:
81-82-545-3620
Fax:
Mr. T. Okabe
General Manager
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:
Ms. K. Hosoda
Staff
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:
Mr. H. Masuda
Staff
E-Mail:
Mobile Phone:

81-562-31-8088
okabe@imc.jmuc.co.jp
81-90-2681-9852
nakamura@jmuc.co.jp
81-80-1379-3640
tate@imc.jmuc.co.jp
81-80-5933-6977
sugino@imc.jmuc.co.jp
81-80-5939-5030
a_fujii@imc.jmuc.co.jp
81-80-5939-5030

JAPAN
81-82-545-3621
okabe@imc.jmuc.co.jp
81-90-2681-9852
hosoda@imc.jmuc.co.jp
81-80-5933-6976
masuda@imc.jmuc.co.jp
81-80-5928-5335

WARRANTY PERIOD IS 12 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASER'S DELIVERY OF


VESSEL OR 18 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF CRANE DELIVERY TO PURCHASER ,
WHICH EVER COMES EARLIER.

De Linie 3i, 2905 AX Capelle aan den IJssel, The Netherlands


Phone:
31-10-411-6406 Fax: 31-10-411-6412
E-Mail:
info@imbvrotterdam.com
Mr. N. Tanaka
Project Manager
E-Mail:
tanaka@imbvrotterdam.com
Mobile Phone:
31-6-3176-7750
Ms. M. Yasumura
Project Manager
E-Mail:
yasumura@imbvrotterdam.com
Mobile Phone:
31-6-1355-3463

South East Asia:


Japan Marine United Singapore Pte Ltd
27, Tanjong Kling Road, Singapore 628052
Phone:
65-6268-7360
Fax: 65-6266-5302
Telex:
RS 37048 IMES
Mr. T. Nakajima
Technical Director
E-Mail:
nakajima@jmus.com.sg
Mobile Phone:
65-9233-8040
Mr. David Tan
Manager
E-Mail:
davidtan@jmus.com.sg
Mobile Phone:
65-9630-6004

China:
IMCS Marine (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Room No. 706-707, Information Tower No.1403 Minsheng Road,
Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200135, P.R. of China
Phone:
86-21-6351-8029 Fax: 86-21-6351-8028
Mr. T. Yoshida
Vice Managing Director
E-Mail:
yoshida@imcs.net.cn
Mobile Phone:
86-138-1612-1132
Mr. M. Akahori
Project Manager
E-Mail:
akahori@imcs.net.cn
Mobile Phone:
86-139-1873-6573

JAPANESE AGENTS