Cavotec said it had won multiple orders for alternative maritime power (AMP) shore-to-ship electrical power systems
at the Port of Los Angeles.
These projects follow several orders for similar systems throughout California.
The units allow ships to "cold iron" and use shore-generated electricity when docked.
"These orders are the latest in a collaboration with local partners and POLA that spans many years, and underlines Cavotec's role as an established supplier of shore power equipment in the U.S. and globally," said Rob Thompson, West Coast manager for Cavotec USA, in a statement.
Cavotec will supply a large number of "easy lift" access covers and shore-power outlet connection boxes for four separate container terminals at the port.